Journal articles Browse research published in peer reviewed journals that has been funded by the Health Foundation

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Communicating with patients and families about illness progression and end of life

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18 January 2022

A review of studies using direct observation of clinical practice.

A direct observation of pain scale use in five video-recorded palliative care consultations

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25 December 2021

Observational study of pain scale use in five video-recorded palliative care consultations.

Using a dark logic model to explore adverse effects in audit and feedback

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10 December 2021

Using a dark logic model to explore adverse effects in audit.

Employment related COVID-19 exposure risk among disabled people in the UK

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29 November 2021

Employment related COVID-19 exposure risk among disabled people in the UK.

A scoping review of the factors that influence families’ ability or capacity to provide young people with emotional support over the transition to adulthood

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14 October 2021

Mixed methods of scoping the factors that Influence families’ ability or capacity to provide young people with emotional support over the transition to adulthood.

Early weight gain trajectories in first episode anorexia

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14 September 2021

A retrospective study of early response to trajectory classes.

Predictive accuracy of enhanced versions of the on-admission National Early Warning Score in estimating the risk of COVID-19 for unplanned admission to hospital

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13 September 2021

Research on predictive accuracy of Score in estimating the risk of COVID-19 for unplanned admission to hospital.

The consequences of chronic pain in mid-life

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1 September 2021

Literature Review. David G. Blanchflower and  Alex Bryson have produced a Quantitative Social Science Working Paper No. 21-28 on The Consequences of Chronic Pain in Mid-Life    

Long-term cost-effectiveness of interventions for obesity

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27 August 2021

A mendelian randomisation study.

Determining the skills needed by frontline NHS staff to deliver quality improvement

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11 August 2021

Skills needed by NHS staff to drive improvement of care.

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