This project aims to reduce bleeding admissions by 10% over three years using scalable, digitally-supported care pathways deployed across primary and secondary care. It will evaluate both the process of risk reduction and bleeding outcomes in entire local health economies using real-world, real-time data from GP Electronic Health Records (EHRs) across three clinical commissioning groups, over three years, and linked to hospital EHR for bleeding outcomes.
Do home adaptation interventions help to reduce emergency fall admissions? A national longitudinal data-linkage study of 657,536 older adults living in Wales (UK) between 2010 and 2017
21 April 2022
Falls are a significant concern for older people and the NHS, however there is little evidence for the effectiveness of services to make adaptations at home. Researchers in Wales have used health...
GP consultation rates for sequelae after acute covid-19 in patients managed in the community or hospital in the UK: population based study
20 April 2022
The long-term effects in some people with COVID-19 are still poorly understood. This new research used large-scale data to understand how these effects differ based on the severity of the initial...
The Office for National Statistics and BREATHE Announce Partnership to improve respiratory health
10 March 2022
BREATHE, our Health Data Research Hub for Respiratory Health, have today announced their partnership with the Office for National Statistics (ONS) to improve respiratory health in the UK through...