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.
Commissioner, clinician, and patient experiences of a pre‐surgical health optimisation programme – a qualitative study
Drug Use in Street Sex worKers (DUSSK) study: results of a mixed methods feasibility study of a complex intervention to reduce illicit drug use in drug dependent female sex workers
Are guidelines for monitoring chronic disease in primary care evidence based?
Exploring trends in admissions and treatment for ankle fractures: a longitudinal cohort study of routinely collected hospital data in England
Interpretation of regulatory framework stands in the way of NHS use of cheaper therapy for eye conditions
A longitudinal study to assess the frequency and cost of antivascular endothelial therapy, and inequalities in access, in England between 2005 and 2015
How shoulder surgery demonstrates the need to improve evaluation of surgical procedures
Longitudinal study of use and cost of subacromial decompression surgery: the need for effective evaluation of surgical procedures to prevent overtreatment and wasted resources
Developing a framework of quality indicators for healthcare business cases: a qualitative document analysis consolidating insight from expert guidance and current practice
The impact of policy changes to gluten-free food prescriptions
Breaking bread: examining the impact of policy changes in access to state-funded provisions of gluten-free foods in England
Evaluation of new investment in liaison psychiatry services at University Hospitals Bristol
Extending the liaison psychiatry service in a large hospital in the UK: a before and after evaluation of the economic impact and patient care following ED attendances for self-harm
Patient flow within UK emergency departments: a systematic review of the use of computer simulation modelling methods