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Then the Derby & Burton AHP/Nurses/Midwives Research Network is for you.
Chaired by Dr Ben Smith, D-BARN is the Derby & Burton AHP/Nurses/Midwives Research Network.
The main aim of D-BARN is to provide a peer-support environment to promote engagement of AHP, nurse and midwife research across UHDB. Its objectives (in line with NIHR Clinical Research Network objectives) are to:
*Picture, Marcus Bateman - Winner of the Research & Innovation award*
We plan to do this by learning, sharing and collaborating with advice and support.
Research within these fields is extremely important to the NHS; it plays an important role in discovering new treatments and therapies and making sure that we use existing treatments in the best possible ways.
If you are an AHP, nurse or midwife and are interested in getting involved in research – please get in contact.
D-BARN meets physically to discuss plans and strategy every 6-months.
We provide peer-support and signposting via email mailing list as and when needed on topics such as:
Please get in touch if you’d like to be added to our mailing list. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find out how D-BARN are making an impact at UHDB, by going to the ‘Files’ section below and reading some of the great case studies about the effect D-BARN’s research has had on patients’ outcomes.
|Development of Haemodialysis Trigger Tool and Patient Safety index.pdf||737KB PDF||04 Jan 2021|
|MDT Fellowship at UK Renal Registry.pdf||524KB PDF||04 Jan 2021|
|NIHR PhD Fellowship: Improving pain and physical activity levels in young adults with knee pain.pdf||668KB PDF||01 Feb 2021|