Our research projects are carefully selected from ideas and projects submitted from our health and care community. They fall under our themes of healthier childhoods, mental health, public health and prevention, and integrated and optimal care.
"Applied data science"
Developing Suicide Prevention Tools in the Context of Digital Peer Support: Qualitative Analysis of a Workshop With Multidisciplinary Stakeholders
Accuracy of potential diagnostic indicators for coeliac disease: a systematic review protocol
Rethinking children’s physical activity interventions at school: A new context-specific approach
Quality improvement interventions to increase the uptake of magnesium sulphate in preterm deliveries for the prevention of cerebral palsy (PReCePT study): a cluster randomised controlled trial
Antipsychotic polypharmacy and metabolic syndrome in schizophrenia: a review of systematic reviews
National PReCePT Programme: a before-and-after evaluation of the implementation of a national quality improvement programme to increase the uptake of magnesium sulfate in preterm deliveries
Exposure to domestic violence and abuse and consultations for emergency contraception: nested case-control study in a UK primary care dataset
Assessing exposure to outdoor advertisement for products high in fat, salt and sugar (HFSS); is self-reported exposure a useful exposure metric?
Why test study: a UK-wide audit using the Primary Care Academic CollaboraTive to explore the reasons for primary care testing
Are guidelines for monitoring chronic disease in primary care evidence based?
Can we accurately forecast non-elective bed occupancy and admissions in the NHS? A time-series MSARIMA analysis of longitudinal data from an NHS Trust
Preventing male suicide through a psychosocial intervention that provides psychological support and tackles financial difficulties: a mixed method evaluation
Educational interventions to prevent paediatric abusive head trauma in babies younger than one year old: A systematic review and meta-analyses