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NIHR CLAHRC Oxford researchers collect Guardian Healthcare Innovation Award for Service Delivery Innovation
A joint CLAHRC Oxford and Oxford BRC project is examining the barriers between mental health and good physical health for patients with psychosis, starting at the earliest stages of the Early Intervention in Psychosis pathway, to prevent weight gain.
How effective are changes to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire regions? What can we learn from them to improve CAMHS?
Understanding how clinical decisions are made in Emergency Multidisciplinary Units (EMUs) in Oxfordshire to improve training and decision making to improve patient safety: What are the factors that influence decision making? How does the day-unit environment of EMUs influence decisions?
Dignity Plus: an evaluation of the impact of changes to physical environments on the health and well-being of people with dementia using those environments, including residents/patients, staff and visitors.
Combining new, proven and effective ways of working to enhance the quality of care and outcomes for people with dementia in Oxfordshire care homes, and enabling family and paid carers to feel better supported to deliver their caring role.
Back Skills Training (BeST) is a published, proven and highly effective method for treating low back pain. But how can we best get healthcare professionals trained in BeST, to bring its benefits to the many patients currently suffering from low back pain?
How much feedback from patients on their healthcare is there out there, and where is it? How could we begin to use this feedback to improve healthcare services?
Can we track and predict when – and which – forensic psychiatric patients are likely to become violent, to help protect both patients and staff from acts of violence?