Subject Areas on Research
- A cluster randomised trial, cost-effectiveness analysis and psychosocial evaluation of insulin pump therapy compared with multiple injections during flexible intensive insulin therapy for type 1 diabetes: the REPOSE Trial.
- A decade in diabetes specialist services, 2000 to 2011, in England: the views of consultant diabetologists and diabetes specialist nurses amidst persistent healthcare delivery change.
- Association between the 2012 Health and Social Care Act and specialist visits and hospitalisations in England: A controlled interrupted time series analysis.
- Balancing the funds in the New Cooperative Medical Scheme in rural China: determinants and influencing factors in two provinces.
- Blair unable to fulfil pledge on health spending, says analysis.
- COVID-19 and the Uncovering of Health Care Disparities in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada: Call to Action.
- Clinical trial metadata: defining and extracting metadata on the design, conduct, results and costs of 125 randomised clinical trials funded by the National Institute for Health Research Health Technology Assessment programme.
- Convalescence From COVID Research: Lessons From the Heart Failure Community.
- Diabetes incidence and prevalence in Hong Kong, China during 2006-2014.
- Eliciting stated preferences for health-technology adoption criteria using paired comparisons and recommendation judgments.
- Extended and standard duration weight-loss programme referrals for adults in primary care (WRAP): a randomised controlled trial.
- First steps in analysing NHS waiting times: avoiding the 'stationary and closed population' fallacy.
- Government inquiry finds inadequate beds provision.
- Health care and equality of opportunity.
- Leadership development for early career doctors.
- Managing risk--a priority in the Health Service.
- Mental health services are failing children and adolescents.
- Occupational medicine.
- One question, two answers: do the two most commonly used methods of sampling describe the length of the prospective wait for admission to hospital?
- Parties may lead to his downfall, but is this the worst of what Johnson has done?
- Protecting whistleblowers. Employers should respond to the message, not shoot the messenger.
- Randomised controlled trial and economic analysis of an internet-based weight management programme: POWeR+ (Positive Online Weight Reduction).
- Randomized comparison of chest pain evaluation with FFRCT or standard care: Factors determining US costs.
- Recruitment, retention, and time commitment change of general practitioners in England and Wales, 1990-4: a retrospective study.
- Report condemns NHS complaints procedure.
- Retention of young general practitioners entering the NHS from 1991-1992.
- Retrospective analysis of census data on general practitioners who qualified in South Asia: who will replace them as they retire?
- Right Time and Place for IL12: Targeted Delivery Stimulates Immune Therapy.
- Societal value, the person trade-off, and the dilemma of whose values to measure for cost-effectiveness analysis.
- Structured lifestyle education to support weight loss for people with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder and first episode psychosis: the STEPWISE RCT.
- Supporting and promoting personhood in long term care settings: contextual factors.
- Tuberculosis patient expenditure on drugs and tests in subsidised, public services in China: a descriptive study.
- Type 1 diabetes patients' experiences of, and need for, social support after attending a structured education programme: a qualitative longitudinal investigation.
- Unrepresentative, invalid and misleading: are waiting times for elective admission wrongly calculated?
- Utilization of delivery care among rural women in China: does the health insurance make a difference? a cross-sectional study.
- Variation in tonsillectomy rates by health care system type.
- What do we know? Limitations of the two methods most commonly used to estimate the length of the prospective wait.
Keywords of People
- Anderson, Ruth A., Professor Emerita in the School of Nursing, School of Nursing
- Sreenivasan, Gopal, Crown University Distinguished Professor in Ethics, Duke Science & Society