Brainbox news

Redesigning the breast diagnostic services in Leeds

Brainbox Research recently conducted patient insight research to inform to a radical review of breast cancer services that aims to develop and deliver an integrated, coordinated and personalised service providing high-quality care that meets the needs of the people who use it.

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Screening surveys

Please follow the links to complete our screening surveys

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Joined Up Leeds summary report

Download our summary report about the Leeds city-wide consultation on how health and wellbeing information could and should be used for the benefit of residents.

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New What’s Driving Us? instructors

Congratulations to the six new What’s Driving Us? (WDU) instructors who recently undertook training and became accredited to deliver the programme.

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Joining up health and wellbeing information in Leeds

Brainbox has been busy over recent months running a city-wide consultation about how health and wellbeing information could and should be used for the benefit of residents. The project, for the Health and Wellbeing Board, explores what citizens of Leeds think and feel about information about them being used to plan services, for health research and for commercial research.

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Designing breast diagnostic services

Throughout February and March Brainbox will be hosting a series of events to inform the design of future breast diagnosis services in Leeds.

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Delivering better models of care

Throughout August this year the Brainbox team carried out research for Leeds West Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to explore perceptions of care offered to nursing and residential home residents.

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Evaluating learning technologies

Earlier in the year we were chosen by the University of Salford to develop an evaluation framework for their European Union funded project, DEPICT.

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The Brainbox team out and about

Fiona Fylan and Lauren Caveney both presented Brainbox work at the Division of Health Psychology annual conference in York in September. Also in September, Beth Fylan Gwynn spoke about her research at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society annual conference in Birmingham.

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