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Health Services Researcher Gemma Hughes writes about what the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee's Integrated Care Report adds to the discourse of integrated care, and what remains the same.
COVID-19 Clinical trials Global perspective Infection & acute care
17 April 2020
Researchers from Oxford University are now enrolling participants into the first clinical trial of potential COVID-19 treatments to take place in GP practices.
COVID-19 Global perspective Infection & acute care Research methods & EBM
14 April 2020
Researchers from University of Oxford's Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences have played a key role in developing rapid guidance on managing suspected or confirmed pneumonia in adults in the community.
COVID-19 Global perspective Infection & acute care
8 April 2020
Global perspective Policy & health systems
13 December 2019
On average, countries implemented just under half of the 18 non-communicable disease (NCD) policies recommended by WHO in 2017, and implementation is slowly improving over time.
9 November 2017
Global perspective Health Services Research Policy & health systems
9 October 2017
The ORNATE INDIA project has been awarded £6 million from RCUK's Global Challenges Research Fund, and includes researchers from Oxford University, Moorfields Eye Hospital and Imperial College London.
Awards & appointments Global perspective
12 October 2016
Dr Merlin Willcox wins RCGP Global Health Dragon’s Den
Global perspective Public engagement & involvement Research methods & EBM
4 October 2016
The new joint partnership aims to promote the use of evidence in the humanitarian sector.
Global perspective Health Services Research Research methods & EBM
11 February 2016
GPs across England, Northern Ireland and Wales are less likely to follow recommendations for definitive action for cancer referral and diagnosis than their non-UK counterparts.
Global perspective Research methods & EBM
4 February 2016
How quickly should a drug be withdrawn from the market if it causes harm? It sounds like a simple question, but the answer depends on where you live, Oxford University researchers have found.
Cardiovascular & metabolic Digital health & innovation Global perspective
18 January 2016
SMS text message reminders can help reduce people's blood pressure, finds a new study published in Circulation.