National Institute for Health Research
Collaboration for Leadership in
Applied Health Research and Care –

Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire
University of Nottingham



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Research Into Practice People 2013

Our Research into Practice people (RIPple) programme is now in its second year.

It has seen 31 therapists, nurses and other allied health professionals undertake work to effectively reduce hospital stays, re-design care pathways and improve clinician and patient engagement.

On this page you can watch an overview video for the 2013 cohort, with links to individual presentations in the table below (or alternatively select them from the 'Playlist' bar of the video). To find out about the 2012 projects, see the links at the foot of this page or the left hand menu.

RIPPLE 2013 group

2013 overview video 

Select individual presentation videos by hovering over 'Playlist' to the right of the summary video below.


Links to individual presentations 


Name Profession Organisation Project title
Monique Burgin Nurse  Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH)  How does the current state of paediatric renal services for EMEESY effect the patients and their families?
Penny Cole Midwife  Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH)  Midwife led vaginal birth after caesarean section 
Rowena Padansey Occupational Therapist  Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH)    Clinical Assessment in a TIA clinic - Is cognition covered? 
Uzmah Bhatti Health Promotion Specialist  NHS Nottingham City   Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) - Does it increase self-efficacy?
Katherine Behenna Speech and Language Therapist County Health partnerships  Information for neck and head cancer patients - have we got it right?
Margo Brock van der Zanden Psychotherapist  Nottinghamshire Healthcare  Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR): investigating the evidence base for broadening the use of EMDR beyond diagnostic criteria for PTSD 
Sarah McDonald Clinical psychologist  Nottinghamshire Healthcare  Quality of client experience within the Step4Psychology service 
David McDonald Speech and Language Therapist  Nottinghamshire County Health Partnerships Training in speech and language therapy for early years practitioners
Ann-Marie Sloman Mental health OT  Nottinghamshire Healthcare  Cooking for enablement
Lorna Manger Quality and research worker Women's Aid Integrated Services (WAIS) Befriending service to support vulnerable women
Alison Drewett Speech and Language Therapist  Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust Easy read mental health act information - why do it?
Elaine O'Conner Speech and Language Therapist  Leicestershire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust How speech and language therapists involve parents/carers in intervention for children with speech difficulties
Jon Carroll Community mental health nurse Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust Development of an interactive assessment tool and workbook for use in an early intervention for psychosis service
Hannah Burton Mental health nurse Derbyshire Healthcare Foundation Trust Using a CFT approach to enhance interventions on an inpatient female ward with complex cases
Bob Gardner Nurse Derbyshire Healthcare Foundation Trust The use of seclusion: Staff and Service User's views
Louise Stewart OT Derbyshire Healthcare Foundation Trust Evaluation of the Bolsover Recovery Model
Jenny Fainberg Speech and Language Therapist 
Derbyshire Community Health Services Speech sound difficulties in children



Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care - Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire


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