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1 SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND CLINICAL SCIENCE: ReaCH research unit, WISH research group Collaboration for study development Lessons from the SHIP trial 3rd NIHR Trainee Conference Midland Hotel, Manchester. Soo Downe With thanks to the staff and women of ELHNHST for permission to use the photographs

2 SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND CLINICAL SCIENCE: ReaCH research unit, WISH research group Topic definition History Service user engagement

3 SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND CLINICAL SCIENCE: ReaCH research unit, WISH research group Collaboration with others to design the study HATCh Focus Location of study Determining the outcomes

4 SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND CLINICAL SCIENCE: ReaCH research unit, WISH research group Building a dream team What kind of people are needed? Topic expert Clinicians Service users Statistician Measurement expert Qualitative expertise Trials expertise Health economist

5 SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND CLINICAL SCIENCE: ReaCH research unit, WISH research group Building a dream team How can they be found? Qualitative expertise - Soo Downe, Helen Spiby Clinicians- Rineke Schram, Cathie Melvin Service users - Sue Hinder, Virtual Service User Group Statistician - Peter Diggle Trials expertise - Helen Spiby, YCTU, Soo Downe Measurement expert - Pauline Slade Health economist - David Torgerson Topic expert - Peter Whorwell, hypnosis midwives UCLan, U Lancaster, Sheffield, Manchester, York, ELHT, Indep service user

6 SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND CLINICAL SCIENCE: ReaCH research unit, WISH research group Final aims To collect data to inform the design of a future, larger RCT to include a range of hypnosis techniques and sub-groups of women. To assess the effect of an antenatal group self-hypnosis programme for labour on maternal, neonatal and economic outcomes.

7 SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND CLINICAL SCIENCE: ReaCH research unit, WISH research group Issues Institutional expectations Personal expectations Relationships Financial allocation Design differences Imperative to submit

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