Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Parkinson's Disease Research Group

Information on the Parkinson's Disease Research Group, led by Professors Karen Morrison and Carl Clarke, Section of Neurotrauma and Neurodegeneration, School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, The University of Birmingham

Particle and Nuclear Physics research - School of Physics and Astronomy

The research websites for Particle and Nuclear Physics at the School of Physics and Astronomy.

PARTNERS2: collaborative care for people with severe mental illness

PARTNERS2 aims to enable Primary Care (PC) and community based mental health services to work more closely together and to develop a model of care to allow selected individuals with severe mental illness to be managed in primary care with secondary care support. It has the potential for large impact on the care of people with severe mental illness.

Partnership Management and International Engagement

A short description of the Project management responsibilities of the Research and Knowledge Transfer Office at the College of Medical and Dental Sciences, University of Birmingham.

Partnerships, collaboration and integration research

Partnerships, collaboration and integration research group, Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, UK.

Pathogenesis of B cell lymphomas

Details of the B cell research group run by Professor Paul Murray in the School of Cancer Sciences, University of Birmingham. Includes overview, recent projects and publications and staff members.

Patient experience and public involvement

Patient experience and public involvement. Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) research area. One of the key specialisms within this programme is individual budgets and personalisation in health and social care.

Patient Reported Outcomes

Patient reported outcomes (PROs) are measures reported directly by the patient, which provide "the patient voice" in clinical trials investigating evidence of treatment effectiveness. The aim of the PRO Research Group is to develop best practice for PRO use in trials, to improve the quality of PRO information collected, so that clinical care for patients may be better informed.
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