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NIHR CLAHRC Oxford researchers collect Guardian Healthcare Innovation Award for Service Delivery Innovation

Left to right: Dr Daniel Lasserson, GP and researcher at the University Nuffield Department of Primary Care, Dr Barbara Batty, Deputy Clinical Director, South West Locality at Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, Maggie Webb, Unit Manager /Modern Matron at Abingdon Community Hospital, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, and David Brindle, Public Services Editor for The Guardian
Left to right: Dr Daniel Lasserson, GP and researcher at the University Nuffield Department of Primary Care, Dr Barbara Batty, Deputy Clinical Director, South West Locality at Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, Maggie Webb, Unit Manager /Modern Matron at Abingdon Community Hospital, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, and David Brindle, Public Services Editor for The Guardian
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