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UHS Spotlight seminar - Why it is always a good idea to test ‘really good ideas’ - learning from a research project about safer care checklists  Seminar

14:30 - 15:30
7 June 2017
Heartbeat Lecture Theatre, Heartbeat Education Centre, F level, North Wing Southampton General Hospital

For more information regarding this seminar, please email Laura-Marie Smith at .

Event details

This lecture is an opportunity for you to find out about a recently completed research project that involved the Emergency Department and the Southampton Children’s Hospital. The lecture is free to attend but spaces are limited. Arrival is from 2:00pm with refreshments for a 2:30pm start

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Speaker information

Professor Catherine Pope. Catherine Pope is Professor of Medical Sociology in the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southampton where she leads the Emergency and Urgent Care (EmU) research group. Her research examines health care work and the organisation and delivery of health services and this has entailed recent work on NHS 111 urgent care services, the role of evidence in GP commissioning and studies of ambulance services. She has contributed to major national evaluations of NHS treatment centres, Walk-in Centres and Access to General Practice, and was an invited methodological expert to the Chantler independent review of plain paper packaging of tobacco. Catherine has played a leading role in developing qualitative methods and evidence synthesis in health services research and is co-author of significant books and journal papers on these methods.

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