LILI is delighted to be working with the Institute of Care Excellence, Nottingham University Hospitals to support research impact.
The Institute of Care Excellence leads the development of new knowledge, innovation and education to drive world-class care for the people of Nottinghamshire, the East Midlands, nationally and beyond. It coordinates and connects all nursing and midwifery innovation, education, research and practice development within the Trust, leading the advancement of professional nursing and midwifery skills, knowledge and international care excellence.
The Institute monitors and evaluates impact, with a focus on new knowledge in support of transformational leadership; structural empowerment, exemplary professional practice and patient focused innovations and improvements. Through their range of activities, the Institute’s ultimate goal is to provide safe, timely, efficient, cost-effective, and high-quality care.
In support of this commitment to impact, the Institute has appointed LILI Director Dr Julie Bayley as an Honorary Clinical Associate Professor. Through this collaboration, LILI and the Institute will draw together NUH’s care excellence with impact literacy to further enhance the benefits of research for patients and the wider healthcare system.
Julie will be working on this exciting programme with Dr Jo Cooper (Assistant Director of Nursing), Dr Sue Haines (Assistant Director of Nursing and Magnet Programme Director), Dr Louise Bramley (Clinical Lead for Nursing, Innovation and Research) and Professor Jane Coad (Professor in Children and Family Nursing, University of Nottingham).