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2020 ScHARR - Pemberton Lecture - Yvonne Coghill - ‘Why race equality in our NHS is important

Yvonne commenced nurse training at Central Middlesex Hospital in 1977, qualified as a general nurse in 1980 and then went on to qualify in mental health nursing and health visiting. In 1986 she…

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Supporting a mentally healthy NHS workforce - Dr Emily Wood

There are over 100,000 vacancies in the NHS, meaning 1 in 12 jobs are unfilled. Half of staff report working unpaid overtime and 1 in 8 left the NHS in 2018. Chronic understaffing and long hours…

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Politics, people and protection in a post-pandemic world

In this event, chaired by Emeritus Professor Marie Kinsey, our panel of experts reflect on the impact of the past year, identify the key public health lessons that have been learnt and address how…

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Security Services say thank you to our key workers

Our Security Services give a round of applause to all NHS staff and for key workers.

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Evaluating the Use of Patient Experience Data to Improve the Quality of Inpatient Mental Health Care

Evaluating the Use of Patient Experience Data to Improve the Quality of Inpatient Mental Health Care’ (EURIPIDES) is a collaborative study funded by the National Institute for Health Research…

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The 20th Sir Arthur Hall Memorial Lecture. What will the NHS be facing on its 90th birthday?

We were delighted to welcome Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Scientific Adviser at the Department of Health, to the University on Thursday 15 February to deliver the 20th Sir Arthur Hall Memorial…

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An Introduction to Clinical Trials

When undertaking a Health Technology Assessment at ScHARR, there will often be a need for at least one clinical trial to provide evidence of the effectiveness of a new treatment. In this video, we…

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How Does the Media Report on NICE Decisions?

In this video Allan Wailoo, Professor of Health Economics and Director of NICE Decision Support Unit and Mark Strong, Director of the Public Health Section at ScHARR, give their insights on how the…

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An Introduction to Economic Evaluation

Economic evaluation is fundamental to both HTA and to decision making in healthcare. In this video, Professor Simon Dixon explains what economic evaluation is (and what it isn’t) and how this…

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Reviews and Reviewers

In this video, expert reviewers based at ScHARR take us through the review process and what it contributes to HTA. We’ll hear from: - Chris Carroll, Reader in Health Technology Assessment -…

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The Role of Modelling

As a part of the economic evaluation, mathematical modelling can be used to give a broader picture of the longer-term benefits of a treatment. In this video, Professor Alan Brennan explains how…

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Bringing the Data Together

In this video Dr Emma Hock, Research Associate in Systematic Reviewing and Evidence Synthesis at ScHARR, takes us through how the evidence is brought together in a systematic review. Here,…

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Health Technology Assessment (trailer)

Find out how new drugs and treatments are assessed before being introduced in this free online course from the University of Sheffield https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/hta

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How Do NICE Apply HTA Techniques?

In England and Wales, The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) make recommendations to the government about which drugs and treatments to fund. Professor Simon Dixon sits on one…

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What is HTA?

This playlist is all about HTA - but what exactly does this mean? In this animated video, Claire introduces us to the core activities and aims of HTA.

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The Key Stages of HTA

In this video, Professor Simon Dixon, Director of Health Economics and Decision Science at the University of Sheffield, introduces the eight key stages of a health technology assessment.

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