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To explore and generate knowledge and understanding around social care provision and practice to improve the lives of people who receive these services.
Our main aim is to assist researchers to conduct high quality primary care research using data from the Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD).
We use information from large databases of electronic health records to better target preventative treatments at those patients with the most to gain
The Centre for Health Service Economics & Organisation (CHSEO) is an innovative research unit focused on whole-system analysis of the English health and social care sector and selected local health economies.
We investigate infectious diseases in primary care to find out how we can identify patients with serious infection in primary care, and more effective ways of diagnosing and treating patients with common infections.
Reducing the risk of stroke is vital to improving the health of older people. We research ‘funny turns’ that are a warning sign of stroke (termed ‘transient ischaemic attacks’) and the detection and treatment of major risk factors for stroke - high blood pressure and atrial fibrillation.
Our aim is to support the provision of high quality primary health care in countries with limited economic resources, undertaking research and policy development in collaboration with academic institutions, NGOs and government agencies.
Our aim is to improve monitoring and diagnostics used in primary care and community settings.
Our aim is to support clinical research in primary care and to advance the way we answer clinical questions using statistics to improve healthcare worldwide.
We research experiences of health and illness, interviewing people about what it’s like to live with medical conditions such as cancer, heart failure and autism. We highlight how personal narratives can inform policy and improve services.
We carry out research to find ways for parents and healthcare professionals to diagnose serious illness in children as early as possible and to manage common childhood illness in the most appropriate way.