Health informatics and digital health

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Current projects

  • An open-source suite to enable advance analyst engagement in Population Health Management. Woods R, Pratt A, Denholm R.  Funder: Health Foundation Advancing Applied Analytics (Sept 2020-31 March 2022)

Completed projects

  • Feasibility and acceptability of a digital physical activity intervention adapted to the needs of disadvantaged and under-served groups. Turnbull S, Cabral CYardley L. Launching fellowship funded by NIHR School of Primary Care (2019-2020)
  • Cohorts as Platforms for Mental Health research (CaP:MH). Macleod J, Wright J et al.  Funder: MRC (2018-2020)
  • DECODE (unexpecteD consEquenCes Of Digital hEalth) StudyHorwood, JFeder, G. Farr, M. Banks, J. Turner, A. Yardley, LLasseter, G. Jones, S. Stevenson, F. Hamilson, F. McDonagh, L. Atherton, H. Morris, R. Powell, J. Zlebland, S. Funder: NIHR School for Primary Care Research (2018-2020) 
  • The Alt-Con Project: Alternatives to face to face consultation with GPs. Chris SalisburyHelen AthertonSue Ziebland, John Campbell, Brian McKinstry, Andrew Gibson (Funded by the NIHR, HS&DR Programme) (2015-2016)
  • Healthlines: Widening the role of NHS Direct in the management of long term conditions. C Salisbury, J Nicholl, A O’Cathain, C Pope, S HollinghurstA Montgomery, H Young, S Large, G Lewis, L Yardley, S Brownsell, T Fahey. NIHR Programme Grant. (2009-2016)
  • The effectiveness and cost effectiveness of telephone triage of patients requesting same day consultations in general practice: a cluster randomised controlled trial comparing nurse-led and GP led management systems. The ESTEEM Trial. J Campbell, R Taylor, C Salisbury, V Lattimer, N Britten, C Green, S Richards, D Richards, T Holt. NIHR HTA Programme (2009 - 2014)
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