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PenCHORD (the Peninsula Collaboration for Health Operational Research and Development) focus on quantitative modelling techniques
The Evidence Synthesis Team (EST) are health services researchers with expertise in evidence synthesis methods
Our Implementation Science Group specialise in putting effective health care into practice
The Patient and Public Involvement team (PPI) are experts in involving the public in health care research and support PenCLAHRC to embed PPI within our own research
We also support a a number of NHS colleagues who work closely with us and have a wide network of affiliated partners across the South West. You can find out more about our team via our staff database.
(PA: Stella Taylor)
|Deputy Director (Exeter)||Professor Ken Stein|
|Deputy Director (Plymouth)||Professor Richard Byng|
|Operations Director||Mrs Jo Shuttleworth|
|Engagement, Research Information and Communications Manager||Dr Lisa Cashmore|
|Administrator||Mrs Cath Hopkins|
Our collaboration comprises NHS trusts and local authorities across Cornwall, Devon and Somerset, in addition to both regional universities, the local Academic Health Science Network and charity organisations:
|Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust||Devon Partnership NHS Trust||Livewell Southwest|
|NHS Devon Clinical Commissioning Group||NHS England South West||NHS Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group|
|Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust||University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust||University of Plymouth|
|Public Health England South West||Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust||Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust (host organisation)|
|Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust||NHS Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group||Devon STP|
|Torbay and Southern Devon NHS Foundation Trust||South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust||Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust|
|University of Exeter||Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust||Plymouth City Council|
|Devon County Council||Cornwall Council||Somerset County Council|
|Torbay Council||Exeter Council for Voluntary Service||Alzheimer's Society|
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