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COVID-19 Health Services Research Policy & health systems
Chrysanthi Papoutsi and Sara Shaw share an overview of their research on video group consultations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK.
Preventing deaths from cardiovascular disease and anticoagulants: an analysis of coroner Prevention of Future Deaths reports (PFDs) questions whether lessons are being learnt
Infections & acute care Students
Preventing premature death is the aim of coroners’ Prevention of Future Deaths reports. But is this system really helping us to prevent such harms? Oxford medical student, Ali Anis, examined deaths involving cardiovascular disease and anticoagulants for his Final Honours Scheme (FHS) research, to assess the state of play, now published in BJGP Open.
Health behaviours Students
Leveraging Faith Based Organisations in Raising Awareness on Pulse Oximetry: an exploratory mini-study
COVID-19 Department Policy & health systems Public engagement & involvement
Written by Laiba Husain and Yusra Shammoon
In this blog post, Zander Simpson, who joined us briefly over the summer, share his thoughts and experiences working as an intern with the Health Experience Group.
With winter on the horizon, Oxford's Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, Trish Greenhalgh, suggests alternative UK blueprint, focusing on precautions that allow the British public to learn to live (as opposed to dying of) COVID.
General Health behaviours Policy & health systems
When electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) first emerged, they became a popular way for people to quit smoking. But in 2019, a mysterious lung condition emerged that primarily affected young people, particularly those who vaped. This left many questioning the safety of e-cigarettes.
Digital health & innovation General Health Services Research
Dr Gemma Hughes, Health Services Researcher at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, blogs about Virtual Presence, an international research collaboration.
General Policy & health systems
Before the pandemic, billboards in London, England, advertised a doctor-in-your-pocket service. Targeted at busy commuters, it consisted of a smartphone app and a promise of a video link-up to a real doctor within 45 minutes. What’s not to like?
The main trial is now CLOSED to recruitment. We randomised 1039 participants in total.
Which is the best service model to ensure that people with atrial fibrillation receive the recommended anticoagulation?
DPhil Health Services Research Students
Departmental DPhil student, Nick Jones, reports on findings from a recent systematic review that formed the first part of his thesis, providing data inputs for future economic evaluations, including decision-analytical modeling studies, to reduce stroke risk through anticoagulation prescribing for people with heart failure and atrial fibrillation.
COVID: media must rise above pitting scientists against each other – dealing with the pandemic requires nuance
Professors Trisha Greenhalgh and Dominic Wilkinson call upon the media to rise above presenting the false adversarial narrative of 'pro' and 'anti' this and that, and instead embrace scientific and moral uncertainty for what it is.
COVID: the reason cases are rising among the double vaccinated – it’s not because vaccines aren’t working
Sir Patrick Vallance, the UK’s chief scientific adviser, has announced that 40% of people admitted to hospital with COVID in the UK have had two doses of a coronavirus vaccine. At first glance, this rings very serious alarm bells, but it shouldn’t. The vaccines are still working very well.
COVID-19 Policy & health systems
Masks help prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, yet masking policies in the west have featured some spectacular policy wrong turns, says Professor Trish Greenhalgh.
Dr Alison Convey is excited to announce a new pilot course, which will bring clinical teaching to Year 3 students for the first time.
For this term’s "spotlight interview" with the Undergraduate Teaching Team, Simon de Lusignan (Professor of Primary Care and Clinical Informatics) talks computers, COVID and careers in primary care research.
Developing the next generation of academic primary care talent is a core mission of the Department. Dr David Nunan leads the co-ordination of Final Honour Schools (FHS) projects for Year 3 students. Here, he shares the success of the programme.
Gaye Poole, highly experienced actor, has skilfully guided students through countless Communication Skills sessions and OSCE examinations. Here, she reflects on the highs and lows of teaching from a distance.
From Shakespeare’s plays to Scottish peaks, Angus McCance (Year 6) describes how to make the most of a final-year Elective “pandemic style”…
COVID-19 Infections & acute care Policy & health systems
European primary care rapidly adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic by deciding how to transform care delivery, despite limited training and resources, reports the first pan European qualitative study in eight countries.