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The researchers aim to understand how to help both family and home carers to best care for a person with dementia at home.
Multiple Symptoms Study 3 is a large randomised controlled trial to test the effectiveness of a Symptoms Clinic for people with persistent “medically unexplained” physical symptoms.
Many people with high blood pressure (hypertension) do not take their medication as prescribed. A promising approach is to use digital interventions such as text messaging or smartphone ‘apps’.
The main aim of this research is to better understand the main driver of Type 2 Diabetes in lean individuals, as this will determine how best to treat these individuals.
The Promdep study looks at whether giving individualised personal feedback to people being treated for depression can help them get better more quickly.
Cov-Boost is studying the use of seven different COVID-19 vaccines when given as a third dose.
The Basil clinical trial involves supporting older adults to stay active, basic monitoring of depressive symptoms, and facilitating communication with the older adults’ healthcare team.
CANAssess is looking at how to identify and manage issues faced by people living with cancer. To do this, we have developed a way to help your GP or nurse identify any problems you may or may not be having for which you would like additional support.
The overall aim of this five year research programme is to find out whether personalised care planning improves quality of life for older people living with frailty, and is cost-effective.
ATLANTIS is a clinical trial testing whether a tablet called amitriptyline helps people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
PRINCIPLE clinical trial aims to find low-risk treatments for older people with COVID-19.