Researchers win awards for ‘best paper’ and research into people with learning disabilities and/or autistic people in long-stay hospitals.
This blogpost was initially published on the RAND Europe website.
A new guide has been launched to help Councils and social care providers avoid pitfalls when introducing new and emerging technology into adult social care.
An NHS-funded programme delivering mental health services in schools and FE colleges has made significant early progress in its first 3 years, a study shows.
BRACE Rapid Evaluation Centre and colleagues examine how communities of practice developed and shared knowledge about the pandemic ahead of the covid-19 inquiry
New research on telephone triage in primary care finds that it does not disadvantage patients with multimorbidity in terms of access to care.
Findings from two independent separate evaluations of the use of pulse oximetry in care homes as part of the COVID Oximetry @home (CO@h) programme.
Understanding vertical integration between primary care medical practices and the organisations running acute hospitals
The study looks at early evidence on implementation and development of PCNs, motivations to participate and what enables or inhibits progress.
A collection of findings based on the COVID Oximetry @home evaluation from RSET and BRACE in collaboration with Imperial College London and Health Foundation