Using sociology to improve the quality and humanity of care for people with dementia in acute hospitals.
Integrating well-being and behaviour change into dermatology care across the UK.
A system-wide approach to early warning in paediatrics - utilisation and mortality avoidance
Understanding an innovative role in NHS England intended to support staff to speak-up.
The POOL study is evaluating the safety of water births for mothers and babies.
Exploring what people using peritoneal dialysis know about infection.
Integrating a novel portable toolkit into physiotherapy interventions.
The development, refinement and use of an impact measure for the disease burden in skin disorders.
Primary school aged children perform more accurately in first person road crossing tasks.
Exploring how physical activity for people with Huntington’s disease be promoted within specialist HD clinics.
Comparing sensory processing therapy with usual care.
Physical activity can improve quality of life for lung cancer patients struggling with weight loss.
This project is synthesising research and other evidence relating to end of life care for people with severe mental illness.
This project aims to understand the different ways in which dementia is experienced by diverse communities (in relation to ethnicity, sexuality and disability) across Wales.
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