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Take two! Six more Fellows join Evidence Based Healthcare Masters programme

Oxford AHSN Fellows 2015

Six innovators have begun a unique course which will help them influence change and raise standards on the NHS frontline.

The new Oxford AHSN Fellows join seven others who began the three year journey to become Masters in Evidence Based Healthcare in October 2014.

The programme is a unique collaboration with the University of Oxford.

The October 2015 intake are listed below (in the left-right order you can see them in the photo above):

1 Abi Davey, Midwife, Milton Keynes

Maternity services for ethnic minority women

2 Stephanie Ross, Learning Disability Liaison Nurse, Oxford

Health inequalities in people with learning disability

3 Edel Clare, Research Midwife, Milton Keynes

Impact of cesarean section on health

4 Raj Bajwa, GP, GP Trainer and GP Appraiser, Amersham, Bucks

Long-term medication in frail, elderly patients

5 Sophie Roberts, Diabetes Dietitian, Oxford

Weight management and type 2 diabetes

6 Hayley Trueman, Mental Health Nurse, Oxford

Ketamine treatment in depression