The latest research and news from the NIHR CLAHRC Oxford and our partners

Moderate to high intensity exercise does not slow cognitive decline in people with dementia

Moderate to high intensity exercise does not slow cognitive decline in people with dementia

CLAHRC Partner Research

New research supported by CLAHRC Oxford and led by CLAHRC Oxford Theme 2 lead, Professor Sallie Lamb, suggests that while exercise can improve the fitness of people with dementia it does not slow their cognitive decline.

Taxing sweet snacks may bring even greater health benefits than taxing sugar-sweetened drinks

Taxing sweet snacks may bring even greater health benefits than taxing sugar-sweetened drinks

CLAHRC Partner

A 10% tax on sweet snacks could lead to a similar reduction in consumer demand as taxing sugar-sweetened drinks, with the potential effect expected to be greatest in low-income households.

Presenting evidence to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Suicide and Self-harm Prevention

Presenting evidence to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Suicide and Self-harm Prevention

CLAHRC Partner Research

CLAHRC Oxford supported researchers were recently invited to present evidence to the ‘suicide and self-harm’ All-party Parliamentary Group (APPG). The group were surprised and impressed by the evidence presented and intend to forward it to the Minister for Health and Social Care, Jeremy Hunt.

Cross-CLAHRC Cardiometabolic Research Day Success

Cross-CLAHRC Cardiometabolic Research Day Success

CLAHRC Partner

The day brought together researchers from all 13 CLAHRCs working on cardiometabolic diseases to share, highlight and showcase their work and to look for potential cross-CLAHRC collaborations.

Trust Me, I’m a Doctor: Mental health special

Trust Me, I’m a Doctor: Mental health special

Professor Belinda Lennox, CLAHRC Oxford deputy director and ‘Early intervention and service redesign’ theme leader, was featured in a special mental health episode of the BBC’s flagship medical show ‘Trust me, I’m a doctor’.

New study on health service costs of self-harm emphasises need for effective clinical services and prevention initiatives

New study on health service costs of self-harm emphasises need for effective clinical services and prevention initiatives

CLAHRC Publication

CLAHRC Oxford supported study reveals the health service costs for hospital care of people who self-harm, emphasising the need for effective clinical services and prevention initiatives.

£1.24 million for new medical diagnostics hub

£1.24 million for new medical diagnostics hub

Funding Partner

University of Oxford researchers have been awarded £1.24 million to lead a medical diagnostics co-operative that will drive forward the development, evaluation and uptake of new medical diagnostic technologies to improve outcomes for patients in the community.

Medical statistician wins best presentation at RSS Young Statisticians Meeting

Medical statistician wins best presentation at RSS Young Statisticians Meeting

CLAHRC Partner

Usama Ali, medical statistician at the Centre for Statistics in Medicine (CSM), wowed the crowd at the Royal Statistical Society's (RSS) Young Statisticians Meeting, winning best presentation for his work on a CLAHRC Oxford funded project preventing falls in hospitals.

CLAHRC Oxford Infographic Shortlisted for NIHR Digital Award

CLAHRC Oxford Infographic Shortlisted for NIHR Digital Award

CLAHRC Public engagement Research

A CLAHRC Oxford infographic, produced to share the preliminary results of the OxFAB study with participants of the study, has been shortlisted as part of the NIHR’s Let’s Get Digital competition.

INVOLVE IS RECRUITING FOR A NEW CHAIR

INVOLVE IS RECRUITING FOR A NEW CHAIR

Partner

Can you champion the role of patients and carers in improving UK health and care research? Do you have the skills to help our advisory group become a leading influence in global public involvement?

NIHR releases new 'in a nut shell' video

NIHR releases new 'in a nut shell' video

CLAHRC Partner

The NIHR have just released a new video to explain who the NIHR is and what it does.

Stakeholder Symposium Success

Stakeholder Symposium Success

CLAHRC Partner

June 6th was the third CLAHRC Oxford Stakeholder Symposium.

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust tops table of recruitment for research

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust tops table of recruitment for research

Partner Research

NIHR CLAHRC Oxford's host NHS trust has risen to the top of a table for the most people recruited to take part in research studies.

Talking about healthy, happy eating

Talking about healthy, happy eating

Public engagement

CLAHRC-funded diet researchers take part in Oxfordshire Science Festival

CLAHRC Oxford researcher part of new research estimating the health impact of the UK soft drinks ‘sugar tax’

CLAHRC Oxford researcher part of new research estimating the health impact of the UK soft drinks ‘sugar tax’

Research

Professor Susan Jebb, who leads the CLAHRC’s ‘Behaviour Change: Diet and obesity’ research theme, is co-author of new research, published in The Lancet Public Health, estimating the health benefits of the UK soft drinks industry levy.

Double Win at BNF Awards for CLAHRC Oxford Researchers

Double Win at BNF Awards for CLAHRC Oxford Researchers

CLAHRC

HRH Princess Anne presents Professor Susan Jebb and Dr Carmen Piernas with British Nutrition Foundation awards

CLAHRC funded study finds that early intervention services can save NHS millions

CLAHRC funded study finds that early intervention services can save NHS millions

CLAHRC Partner Research

A CLAHRC Oxford and Oxford AHSN study led by our Early Intervention theme lead and Deputy Director, Professor Belinda Lennox, has shown how early community intervention to tackle psychosis paves the way to shave £63 million off the societal costs of the illness.

CLAHRC Oxford Launches Raft of New Studies

CLAHRC Oxford Launches Raft of New Studies

CLAHRC Funding Partner Research

The NIHR CLAHRC Oxford is delighted to announce the launch of 11 new projects tackling issues ranging from weight management and mental health to understanding and using patient experience feedback to improve health services.

Oxford receives £126 million boost to biomedical research

Oxford receives £126 million boost to biomedical research

Funding Partner Research

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), which is funded through the Department of Health, have announced that Oxford will receive £126 million in funding for ground-breaking health research, between 2017 and 2022.

CLAHRC Oxford Infographic Gets Awards Honourable Mention

CLAHRC Oxford Infographic Gets Awards Honourable Mention

CLAHRC Public engagement

CLAHRC Oxford is delighted to have received an honourable mention in the Outreach and Public Engagement category at the 2016 OxTALENT awards for an infographic produced to share the preliminary results of The Oxford Food and Activity Behaviours (OxFAB) study with its participants.

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