Monday 6 March 2017

12.30 - 4.30pm

Tees Suite - GP Training Centre, Wolfson Research Building, Durham University Queens Campus, Stockton-on-Tees TS17 6BH

The event will showcase the findings of recent research studies conducted in the Trust, share highlights from the TEWV research and development strategy 2015 to 2020 and look at the future of University collaborations for research in TEWV. Attendees will also be able to find out more about support available for budding researchers as well as that for principal investigators on large scale funded studies.



12.30pm          Registration and refreshments

1.00pm            Welcome and introduction                                                     Nick Land

1.10pm            Cost and outcome of BehaviouRal activation                        Dr Dave Ekers

                        study (COBRA)

1.40pm            PhD Study - 'Understanding family experiences of living       Dr Hannah Crawford

                        with people with profound intelletual and multiple disabilities

                        and difficulties'

2.00pm            Refreshment break and poster review

2.45pm            ReQoL (Recovering Quality of Life) and evaluating                Dr Paul Blenkiron

                        outcomes in community mental health

3.15pm            Lamotrigine and borderline personality disorder:                    Prof. Joe Reilly 

                        Investigating long-term effectiveness (LABILE)

3.45pm            Supporting the research cycle                                                 Sarah Daniel

                                                                                                                         & Hannah Crawford

4.00pm             'The Future' - poster presentation results and close              Pro. Joe Reilly


Research summaries


  1. Event introduction
  2. Behavioural Activation and the Cobra and Casper studies
  3. Understanding the lived experience of family carers
  4. Outcomes project and ReQoL study
  5. Labile study
  6. Supporting the research cycle
  7. Research and the future