CLAHRC BITEs (Brokering Innovation Through Evidence) provide an accessible overview of the most important implications and conclusions of a piece of research. They also provide links to further, more in-depth information and references for further reading.
New BITEs are being produced all the time, and will be added to this page.
Back Skills Training
Back Skills Training (BeST) is a proven, robust and cost-effective intervention for treating low back pain which uses cognitive behavioural strategies to improve physical activity and function, and reduce pain.
Early Intervention in Psychosis
CLAHRC Oxford and its partners demonstrate the vital role, for both patients and the NHS, of early intervention in psychosis services.
Developing online tools for patients and therapists to learn the 'Strengthening and Stretching for Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Hand' (SARAH) programme – a proven and effective exercise-based therapy used alongside drugs to treat rheumatoid arthritis (RA) of the hand. SARAH is currently delivered to patients face-to-face by specially trained therapists.
Survival Following Heart Failure
A BITE on a collaborative project with CLAHRC West Midlands examining the one, five and ten year survival rates for people in primary care with heart failure.