Research projects

Our research projects are carefully selected from ideas and projects submitted from our health and care community. They all address the broad issues of chronic health conditions, public and population health, or equitable, appropriate, and sustainable health and care.

Alcohol dependency and malnutrition among homeless people

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CLAHRC BITE (Brokering Innovation Through Evidence)

Alcohol dependency and malnutrition among homeless people

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Understanding the impact of family relationships on people with dementia: a systematic review

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Syrian mental health assessment and migration study (SHAMIS) pilot

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Understanding self-harm using Bristol Self-Harm Surveillance Register data

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Using sexual health services to support people who have experienced domestic violence and abuse

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Interventions to reduce the effects of financial hardship on depression and anxiety: systematic review

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CLAHRC BITE (Brokering Innovation Through Evidence)

Interventions to reduce the effects of financial hardship on depression and anxiety

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Evaluating an online consultation system in GP practices

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Interventions for children exposed to domestic violence: an evidence synthesis

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CLAHRC BITE (Brokering Innovation Through Evidence)

Supporting children exposed to domestic violence: call for stronger evidence base

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Interpretation of regulatory framework stands in the way of NHS use of cheaper therapy for eye conditions

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CLAHRC BITE (Brokering Innovation Through Evidence)

Interpretation of regulatory framework stands in the way of NHS use of cheaper therapy for eye conditions

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Evaluating a real-time feedback app to improve staff engagement

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CLAHRC BITE (Brokering Innovation Through Evidence)

Evaluating a real-time feedback app to improve staff engagement

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