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.

Evaluating a real-time feedback app to improve staff engagement

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Evaluating a real-time feedback app to improve staff engagement

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Alcohol and pregnancy: is drinking up two units twice a week ‘safe’ or should pregnant women completely abstain?

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Alcohol in pregnancy: do we know how little is too much?

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Low versus high dead space syringes: user preferences and attitudes

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People who inject drugs are willing to switch to detachable low dead space syringes

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Evaluation of new investment in psychiatric liaison services at University Hospitals Bristol

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Evaluation of new investment in liaison psychiatry services at University Hospitals Bristol

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Working with the Bristol Somali community to improve outcomes for children with autism

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Exploring experiences of autism in the Bristol Somali community

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Measuring demand in general practice

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Reducing drug use in female street sex workers: a feasibility study

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Evaluating a chronic pain peer support network

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Evaluation of cancer care development facilitators in supporting ambulance and urgent care services with cancer and end of life patients

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Evaluating out-of-hospital chemotherapy

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