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Everyday in healthcare settings across the world, decisions are made about whether enough nurses are available to meeting patient need. How are these decisions arrived at?
This project is synthesising research and other evidence relating to end of life care for people with severe mental illness.
The project is applying machine and deep learning to train AI to classify human motion from LBP patient videos to select personalised exercises and offer feedback adjusted to person’s (dis)ability.
Exploring the impact of COVID-19 on the practice experiences of undergraduate nursing students will help us understand how best to offer support.
Using sociology to improve the quality and humanity of care for people with dementia in acute hospitals.
We have the skills and facilities that are successfully delivering a "step-change" in treatment and the understanding of osteoarthritis and other musculoskeletal disorders.
A survey to evaluate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the UK’s nursing and midwifery workforce has highlighted important mental health concerns.
Integrating well-being and behaviour change into dermatology care across the UK.
Exploring the experiences of newly qualified therapeutic radiographers transitioning to work during the pandemic
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.
A machine learning, AI driven platform with a remote monitoring system to support rehabilitation.
The POOL study is evaluating the safety of water births for mothers and babies.
For cancer services to be truly inclusive, they need to be relevant and patient centred, considering the needs of people with disabilities.
Exploring what people using peritoneal dialysis know about infection.
The CoMB Study is investigating what happens in the brain when children with motor difficulties observe and perform actions.
Integrating a novel portable toolkit into physiotherapy interventions.
This project aims to understand people’s experiences of cancer treatment with immune checkpoint inhibitors, associated support and education needs.
We test the feasibility of a novel approach to predicting and minimising fatigue related to cancer treatment
The development, refinement and use of an impact measure for the disease burden in skin disorders.
This project investigates Covid-19 related moral distress among Registered Nurses in Wales and assesses the acceptability of an accessible, tiered psychological intervention.
Primary school aged children perform more accurately in first person road crossing tasks.
Crisis responses for children and young people: an evidence synthesis of effectiveness, experiences and service organisation (CAMH-Crisis).
Decision making in EoLC can be a clinically complex and emotionally distressing situation for any clinician, and for those patients with dementia it can be particularly challenging.
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.
Patients with colorectal cancer receiving chemotherapy treatment are at nutritional risk, but few are concerned about dietary intake or weight.
This project explores the problem of crisis for people with dementia living at home.
This project aims to improve understanding of unprofessional behaviours in healthcare settings and how these can be best managed and mitigated.
This project is the first step in establishing methods to non-invasively evaluate cortical and spinal control of leg muscle activity.
This project uses wearable technology to develop a remote monitoring/treatment platform for people with joint pain or diabetes.
In this project we are designing and testing a system to allow non-invasive brain stimulation during treadmill walking
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