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.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on self-harm and suicidal behaviour: update of living systematic review (version 2)
Improving the response to domestic violence in sexual health clinics
Assessing for domestic violence in sexual health environments: a qualitative study
Preventing Childhood Obesity in Primary Schools: A Realist Review from UK Perspective
Measuring outcomes in trials of interventions for people who self-harm: qualitative study of service users' views
Exposure to domestic violence and abuse and consultations for emergency contraception: nested case-control study in a UK primary care dataset
Antipsychotic polypharmacy and metabolic syndrome in schizophrenia: a review of systematic reviews
What causes delays in discharging frail older patients from hospital?
How latent patterns of interprofessional working may lead to delays in discharge from hospital of older people living with frailty – ‘Patient more confused than usual?’
Can non-pharmacological interventions reduce hospital admissions in people with dementia? A systematic review
Novel point-of-care biomarker combination tests to differentiate acute bacterial from viral respiratory tract infections to guide antibiotic prescribing: a systematic review
A secondary analysis of the childhood obesity prevention Cochrane Review through a wider determinants of health lens: implications for research funders, researchers, policymakers and practitioners
Preventing childhood obesity: updating the Cochrane Review
Interventions for preventing obesity in children