PRIME Research Posters

Research Posters exhibited at conferences are listed below (most recent first). Click on the poster image to view the pdf version.

A research poster is a visual communication tool that allows research to be presented in a clear, concise, graphic format. It attracts attention, conveys information clearly, and initiates conversations, and can represent any stage of the research process.

The Women’s Advocacy Project: A Protocol for Supporting Participatory Evaluation 

Winner - 'Best Poster' Award.

Authors:

Sarah Wallace, Terry Price, Barbara Walsh, Donald Mutale, Dr. Carolyn Wallace 

Presented at:

22nd WONCA Europe Conference, Prague, 28 June-1 July 2017.

Medication safety incidents reported to the National Reporting and Learning system in England and Wales

Authors:  

Khalid W Muhammad, Andrew Carson-Stevens, Huw Williams, Anthony J Avery, Matthew J Boyd

Presented at:

Royal Pharmaceutical Society Annual Conference 2016, Birmingham, September 2016.

Developing a model to enhance patient involvement in research: Views of patients, academics and managerial staff

Authors:  

Bridie Angela Evans, Alison Porter, Helen Snooks, Vanessa Burholt – Swansea University

Presented at:

999 EMS research Forum, 1 March 2016.

Measuring Impact of Involvement in Research: Views of Service Users


Authors:  

Bridie Angela Evans, Alison Porter, Helen Snooks, Vanessa Burholt – Swansea University

Presented at:

999 EMS research Forum, 1 March 2016.

An investigation into the needs of men experiencing domestic abuse and current service provision (Wales)  

Winner in the “Best Adult Services Research” category.

Authors:  

Sarah Wallace, Dr. Carolyn Wallace, Professor Joyce Kenkre, Dr. Jo Brayford, Simon Borja 

Presented at:

National Social Services Conference 2016 (NSSC16), Llandudno, 29 June 2016.


The ELCID Trial: A feasibility randomised control trial looking at the effect on lung cancer diagnosis of giving a Chest X-Ray to smokers aged over 60 with new chest symptoms 


Authors:  

Richard D Neal, Chris Hurt, Kirsty Anne Roberts, Trevor Rogers, Willie Hamilton, Rhiannon Tudor Edwards, Angela Tod, David Parker, Emma Thomas Jones, Annmarie Nelson, Hayley Prout, Jim Fitzgibbon, Allan Barham, Kerenza Hood, Gareth Griffiths 

Presented at:

Public Health Wales, Research in Wales Showcase – Cardiff,
9 November 2015

Methods for the assessment of the effectiveness of treatment sequences for clinical and economic decision making in the NHS 


Authors:

Lewis R (Bangor University), Hughes DA (Bangor University), Wilkinson C (Bangor University), Woolacott N (University of York), Ruiz F (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence NICE), Williams NH (Bangor University), Philips CJ (Swansea University), Sutton A (Leicester University) 

Presented at:

Public Health Wales, Research in Wales Showcase, Cardiff,
9 November 2015

End of life prognostic indicators in patients with COPD

Authors:

Gleeson A, Parry A, Hidgginson R (University of South Wales).

Presented at:

Advanced Care Advanced Practice (ACAP) 6th annual conference in The Carlton hotel, Edinburgh, 6 November 2015.

Consensus for the priorities in Wales - engaging with health professionals in 2015

Authors:

Dr Carolyn Wallace (carolyn.wallace@southwales.ac.uk), Prof. Joyce Kenkre, Rhiannon Beaumont–Wood.

Presented at:

Public Health Wales Conference, Cardiff, 2-3 November 2015.

The state of the art of realist methodologies

Authors:

Freya Davies, Fiona Wood, Alison Bullock, Carolyn Wallace, Adrian Edwards 

Presented at: 

PhD student and Early career researcher pre-conference at University of Leeds, 3 November 2015.

Diagnostic journeys in myeloma (DJIM): How long does it take to diagnose? 

Methodological issues and progress to date 

Authors:

Tania Seale (Bangor University), Richard D Neal (Bangor University), Lynne Kennedy (University of Chester), Chris Fegan (Cardiff & Vale UHB), Emma Litt (Telford NHS Trust).

Presented at:

Bangor University & BCUHB Research Showcase, Bangor, 18 September 2015

The LUCAS Study: In what ways do smokers delay presentation of symptoms due to factors associated with smoking?

Authors:

Annie Hendry, Richard D Neal, Julia Hiscock (Bangor University)

Presented at:

BSA Medical Sociology Group 47th annual conference, 9 September 2015

Fracture in the Elderly Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation (FEMuR) Feasibility Study

Authors:

Jessica Roberts, Nafees Ud Din, Claire Hawkes, Val Morrison, Andrew Lemmey and Nefyn H Williams on behalf of the FEMuR team.

Presented at:

Public Health Wales, Research in Wales Showcase – Cardiff,
9 November 2015

The Role of the All Wales Community Nursing Research Strategy (CNRS) National Coordinator

Authors:

Dr Carolyn Wallace (National Coordinator), Prof. Joyce Kenkre (Chair) 

Presented at:

The 6th ICCHNR Conference: Knowledge Translation into Community Health Nursing: Health Promotion Through Lifespan International Conference on Community Health Nursing Research (ICCHNR) August 19-21 2015, Seoul National University Cultural Convention Center, Seoul, Korea. 


Using Electronic Routine Linked Health Records In Assessing Interventions In Emergency Care

Authors: 

Helen Snooks, Sarah Gaze, Ronan Lyons, Ian Russell, Alan Watkins - Swansea University Medical School, Wales, UK

Presented at:

Farr Conference, 1 August 2015, St Andrews

Implementation of a predictive risk tool in primary care: a qualitative study of understanding and engagement among practitioners

Authors: 

Alison Porter, Mark Kingston, Bridie Evans, Victoria Williams, Hayley Hutchings, Shirley Whitman, Helen Snooks - Swansea University Medical School, Wales, UK

Presented at:

International Conference on Clinical Trials, 27-29 July 2015, Florida

Introducing the PRIDaL model for linking identifiable self-reported patient data with routinely collected data

Authors: 

Mark-Rhys Kingston, Helen Snooks, Martin Heaven, Alan Watkins, Swansea University Medical School, Wales, UK

Presented at:

International Conference on Clinical Trials, 27-29 July 2015, Florida

Implementing SDM in clinical practice

Authors:

Amy Lloyd, Natalie Joseph-Williams, Glyn Elwyn, Kate Brain, Adrian Edwards.

Presented at:

7th International Shared Decision Making (ISDM) Conference, Sydney, 19-22 July 2015

'The jam in the sandwich, down here in A&E'

Staff perspectives on the impact and causes of handover delays between the ambulance service and the emergency department

Authors: 

Alison Porter, Becky Gammon, Robert Harris-Mayes, Mark Poulden, Nigel Rees, Helen Snooks, Alun Toghill, Bridget Wells, Richard Whitfield


Presented at:

The Health Services Research Network (HSR UK) Symposium, 1-2 July 2015

Introducing the PRIDaL model for linking identifiable self-reported patient data with routinely collected data in HTA

Authors:

Mark Rhys Kingston, Hayley Hutchings, Martin Heaven, Alan Watkins, Helen Snooks, College of Medicine, Swansea University, Wales, UK

Presented at:

Health Technology Assessment International, June 2015, Oslo

An investigation into the needs of men experiencing domestic abuse and current service provision (Wales) 

Authors:

Sarah Wallace, Dr. Carolyn Wallace, Professor Joyce Kenkre (University of South Wales), Dr. Jo Brayford, Simon Borja (Safer Wales Dyn Project)


Presented at:

National Social Services Conference Wales: Research & Innovation Practice Exhibition, June 2015

Public service integration: an exploration of reciprocal interdependence and organisational culture


Authors: 

Madhulata Patel, PhD student, email: madhulata.patel@southwales.ac.uk

Supervisory team: Dr Carolyn Wallace and Prof Joyce Kenkre, Marilia Angove, Prof Tony Beddow (University of South Wales), visiting professor and Advisor, Sue Browne, Company supervisor, Torfaen County Borough Council, Jeff Lewis (Independent Advisor).

Sponsored by: Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships (KESS) and Torfaen County Borough Council 

Presented at: 

Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods (WISERD) conference on 30 June 2015