Multimorbidity and long term conditions

Current projects

  • Developing evidence based optimal testing strategies to monitor long term conditions in primary care. Whiting P, Hay A, Jones H, Sterne J, Watson J, Thom H, Hollingworth W, Banks J, Thomas C, Stokes C, Palma F. Funder: National Institute for Health Research (1 Jan 2021-31 Dec 2025)
  • Improving diabetes classification in primary care. Shields B, Campbell J, Qureshi N, Jones A, Turner K (Co-applicant and lead for the qualitative workstream), Evans P. Funder: NIHR School for Primary Care Research (2022-2024). 
  • Understanding Measurement of Postural Hypotension in Primary Care. Clark C, McDonagh S, Sheppard J, Able Gary, Payne R, Turner K, McManus R Campbell J. NIHR School for Primary Care Research (2022-2023)
  • Maximising Wellbeing in Everyday Life with Long-term Conditions (MaxWELL). Mann C, Johnson R, Salisbury C, Horwood J, De Vocht F, Barnes R and McLeod H. Funder: Research Capability Funding from Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG (Sept 2020-Aug 2021)

Completed projects

  • Quantifying severity of chronic conditions in English Primary Care using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink. Kontopantelis E, Salisbury C et al. Funder: NIHR School for Primary Care Research (2017-2019)
  • Writing a letter to my breath: how to talk to your patients about breathlessness. Malpass A. Wellcome Trust 'Life of Breath'. 
  • Understanding the volume and content of general practice consultations: the 5th National Morbidity Study. Salisbury C, Hobbs R et al. Funder: NIHR School for Primary Care Research (2016-2017)
  • Multimorbidity and implications for provision of primary health care. Salisbury C, Purdy S, Montgomery A, Johnson R. Funder: NIHR School for Primary Care Research (2007-2008)
  • Early Intervention in Fatigue: feasibility study. O’Dowd H, Crawley E, Ingram J, Montgomery M, Hollingworth W, Sterne J, Macleod J. Funder: NIHR Research for Patient Benefit South West

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