We are a small but mighty team based across Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
In October 2022 we published a new three-year strategy. Our main objective is to develop and deliver high quality research for the communities we serve. ‘Success’ is more high-quality research delivered across a broad range of service areas. Our objective will be delivered by:
- developing a skilled research workforce,
- creating a culture of research being core business,
- actively engaging a network of key stakeholders,
- influencing national and regional agendas, and
- effectively disseminating outputs and impacts of research.
Want to know more? Read it in full.
We publish a quarterly magazine called Innovation for staff and stakeholders.
Read the latest edition: July 2023
Archive of past year’s editions:
LYPFT STAFF are invited to join us at the ‘Innovation’ magazine roadshow (details below).
The roadshow commences on 10th and 17th July nd we would love to see you to tell you more about the department and about ‘Innovation’ magazine.
|Mon 10 July||10:00-14:00||Asket Croft||Reception, main entrance|
|Tue 11 July||09:00-12:30||Aire Court||Large meeting room, First Floor|
|Wed 12 July||10:00-14:00||Newsam Centre||Reception, main entrance|
|Thu 13 July||10:00-14:00||Red Kite View||Large meeting room|
|Fri 14 July||10:00-14:00||The Mount||Reception, main entrance|
|Mon 17 July||10:00-14:00||Becklin Centre||Reception, main entrance|
Our Annual Report sets out our achievements in building the Trust’s reputation for high quality research.
Below is a spreadsheet containing all publications involving the Trust.
This list is updated every six months to ensure it is as up-to-date as possible.
The list contains a link to the abstract, if you would like to read the full article you may be able to do this through Open Athens or by contacting Library and Knowledge Services.
Our performance in clinical research
The government monitors the performance of research conducted at our Trust through the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and this forms part of our contract with the DoH. We publish information on our performance in both initiating and delivering clinical research, such as clinical trials or interventional research. Our performance is monitored against two national benchmarks:
- Initiating clinical research For this benchmark we report on recruitment to clinical trials, namely whether we have hit the 70-day benchmark for recruiting our first service user onto a trial.
- Delivering clinical research For this benchmark we report on recruitment to commercial clinical trials, namely whether we have recruited our targeted number of participants, within our targeted time frame.
We report on these benchmarks every quarter and our latest reports are available on the National Institute For Health Research Submission Portal.
How we use your information
As an NHS organisation we use personally-identifiable information to conduct research to improve health, care and services. As a publicly-funded organisation, we have to ensure that it is in the public interest when we use personally-identifiable information from people who have agreed to take part in research. This means that when you agree to take part in a research study, we will use your data in the ways needed to conduct and analyse the research study.
Your rights to access, change or move your information are limited, as we need to manage your information in specific ways for the research to be reliable and accurate. If you withdraw from the study, we will keep the information about you that we have already obtained.
To safeguard your rights, we will use the minimum personally-identifiable information possible. We will honour choices expressed through the National Data Opt-Out Programme, to prevent use of patient data for planning and research purposes.
Health and care research should serve the public interest, which means that we have to demonstrate that our research serves the interests of society as a whole. We do this by following the UK Policy Framework for Health and Social Care Research.
If you wish to raise a complaint on how we have handled your personal data, you can contact our Data Protection Officer who will investigate the matter. If you are not satisfied with our response or believe we are processing your personal data in a way that is not lawful you can complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). You can contact our Data Protection Officer at Informationgovernance.email@example.com.
For more information on how your information may be used for research read our patient data and research leaflet.
There are separate arrangements in place for the use of patient data in the research study Clinical Characterisation Protocol for Severe Emerging Infection.
Partnership with Akrivia Health
The Trust is entering a new partnership with Akrivia Health, helping to harness the information held within patients’ electronic records. Akrivia Health are leaders in processing of mental health data and have the largest set of real-world data in neuroscience. This partnership will help to streamline processes within service evaluation, auditing and research and development.
Read more about this on another page of our website.