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“How is your Project going?”. My CLAHRC Fellowship year Miranda Fyfe, December 2011. What have I done?. Helped with early designs for: ‘CAPE’ study Hospital admissions study Contributed to formal write-ups: GP/DN training analysis 24/7 advice line audit

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How is your project going

“How is your Project going?”

My CLAHRC Fellowship year

Miranda Fyfe, December 2011


What have i done

What have I done?

  • Helped with early designs for:

    • ‘CAPE’ study

    • Hospital admissions study

  • Contributed to formal write-ups:

    • GP/DN training analysis

    • 24/7 advice line audit

  • Working jointly on an opinion piece

    • Measurement in EOLC

  • And more …

    • Attended Liverpool SDO conference

    • Referee on a BioMed submission

    • Cancer discussions review abstract screening


Challenges faced

Challenges faced

  • Organisational

    • Juggling an additional set of demands …

    • … and the multiple materials accumulating

    • Lack of admin support in core role 

  • Practical

    • Physical materials in two places

    • IT: Dropbox is great, but only at home!

  • Mental

    • A different type of work required: focussed and concentrating!

    • Switching ‘hats’ regularly


What i have learned

What I have learned…

  • About “Research”

    • What it can, and can’t reveal

    • The work needed to set up, and time to do studies

    • And how very, very much is out there!

  • About myself

    • Once a copy-editor, always a copy-editor 

    • I *can* speed-read after all, if needed

    • The importance of feeling part of a team

  • About the CLAHRC

    • It’s more than just End of Life

    • It’s exciting and innovative

    • Its people are all so friendly, as well as talented


Questions

Questions?


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