HAMPSHIRE COLLABORATION FOR HEALTH RESEARCH AND EDUCATION

Supporting innovative health research and education opportunities between Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Winchester.

 

The Hampshire Collaboration for Health Research and Education is a collaboration between the University of Winchester and Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Part of the University's wider Health and Wellbeing Research and Knowledge Exchange profile, it aims to increase research and education opportunities for both partners.

Find out more about the Hampshire Collaboration for Health Research and Education

Collaborative work

Sports Science collaborative work

The NHS and University sport scientists are:

  • Exploring the links between physical activity and mild to moderate depression
  • Establishing the model for shared academic and clinical supervision of doctoral students
  • Developing a WhatsApp-supported physical activity intervention in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Carrying out ongoing collaborative research into Biomechanics and Orthopaedics

Psychology collaborative work

The NHS and University psychologists are currently collaborating on a number of projects:

  • Optimising male patients' surgical treatment decisions in urology
  • Developing a multidisciplinary test battery to monitor concussion recovery 
  • Understanding symptoms and improving quality of life in Haemochromatosis
  • Physical activity for older adults in hospital

Health and Social Care collaborative work

University health and social care academics are working with nurse managers and tream leaders on scoping a project to explore nurses’ experiences of anxiety in the workplace.

Workforce development and career opportunities

  • Developing collaborative roles following postgraduate studies (e.g.health economics expertise)
  • 'Life after PhD' opportunities and establishing an innovation research reputation
  • Reciprocal access to healthcare and academic library services
  • Curriculum development, e.g. undergraduate allied health professional training
  • Academic publications supporting career development, CPD requirements and the Research Excellence Framework (REF)

Emerging collaborative research

  • Scoping of a study of autism in children
  • Qualitative methods expertise and advice on use of health-related quality of life tools in the scoping of a possible study on children referred to Speech and Language
  • Therapy services
  • Developing health psychology collaborative research in clinical specialities
  • A befriending model for community-based care for the aged

Sharing expertise and services

  • Shared event publicity, reciprocal access to research training
  • Research funding submissions
  • Shared undergraduate and postgraduate teaching
  • Developing shared knowledge of research methodologies and governance via CPD opportunities