This baseline of research outputs for 2018 will enable us to describe Health Data Research UK’s impact in the future.
Researchfish is an online scientific output recording tool for researchers, scientists and data engineers to use to log the outputs of their health data research activities; including research tools, methods, databases, models, apps, software, use of facilities, patents, partnerships/collaborations, as well as publications in scientific journals. Health Data Research UK is committed to collecting and reporting technology outputs and will use Github for sharing these.
We would like to thank everyone who has logged their research outputs over the past few weeks. More than 40 research leads who were asked to support this baseline review submitted their outputs – an outstanding 100% contribution. Separately, 46 UKRI Innovation and Rutherford Fellows working across HDR UK also submitted their research outputs.
Next year, the whole Health Data Research UK community will be asked to report through Researchfish on the outputs of their work. In the meantime, we look forward to reporting back when the current submissions have been analysed.
Increased mutations in children can be traced back to mistakes in father’s sperm
12 May 2022
Researchers from our Understanding Causes of Disease programme have traced the cause of increased numbers of mutations in children to a higher rate of random mutations in sperm cells of the...
COVID-19 vaccine uptake, effectiveness, and waning in 82,959 health care workers: A national prospective cohort study in Wales
21 April 2022
Understanding the effectiveness and uptake of the COVID-19 vaccines in the population was a vitally important area of study as the rollout progressed. This was particularly the case for the most...
Mapping multimorbidity in individuals with schizophrenia and bipolar disorders: evidence from the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Biomedical Research Centre (SLAM BRC) case register
21 April 2022
People with severe mental illness, such as schizophrenia spectrum disorders or bipolar disorders, have higher death rates. It is difficult to study mental health records at scale, so a team of...