Hospitals in Yorkshire are beginning to gear up for iHypE. Dates are currently being decided and trusts are busy registering with their various R&D departments.

The following dates have been decided so far…

  • East Yorkshire – Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th November 2016
  • West Yorkshire
    • Leeds (LGI and SJUH) -Wednesday 23rd & Thursday 24th November 2016
    • Harrogate – Monday 21st & Tuesday 22nd November 2016
    • Mid Yorks – Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th November 2016
    • Huddersfield & Calderdale – Thursday 1st & Friday 2nd December 2016
    • Airedale and Bradford – TBC

East Yorkshire Local Leads: –

  • Regional Lead – Dr Andy Chamberlain
  • Hull and Castle Hill – Dr James Knock
  • York – Dr Katie Ayyash
  • Scarborough – Dr Greg Purssord
  • Scunthorpe – Dr Laura Macnally
  • Grimsby – Dr Rhona Martin

West Yorkshire Local Leads: –

  • Regional Lead – Dr John Stones
  • Leeds General Infirmary – Dr Jon Pipe
  • St James’ University Hospital – Dr Caroline Thomas
  • Pinderfields General Hospital – Dr Carl Ilyas
  • Bradford Royal Infirmary – Dr Sarah Cooper
  • Airedale General Hospital – Dr Cath Jordan

Calling all Trainees

This is your chance to be involved with a national research project! Every trainee involved with data collection will get a certificate for their portfolio, which will go towards your Annex G requirements.

In order for the project to be a success, we need data collectors. It will run very similarly to the hugely successful SNAP-1 study. Your local hospital lead should have contacted you, but if not and you are interested, please contact them!

Look out for more news soon..!

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