CASCADE study: Identifying variations in outcomes of respiratory care: the basis for targeted interventions
A clinical interventional study into Airways disease case finding and complex case management (ASSIST)
Palliative care discussion in COPD - Patient preferences and clinicians judgement
Smoking Cessation – improved outcomes in ex-smokers with COPD
CASCADE II: A quantitive study in early COPD, using a cluster analysis, to establish if prospective, individualised, medical intervention alters projected clinical course
Collaborative approach to identifying the Primary care Team understanding and perception of early detection of COPD (CAPTURED)
Quantification of variations in outcomes of respiratory care in Wessex: three COPD projects using the Hampshire Health Record
Improving the assessment of older people in hospital by implementing the measurement of grip strength into routine ward care.
Comprehensive geriatric assessment in primary care: The Fit for Later Life Project
Implementation of trained mealtime volunteers to help older hospital patients in a range of ward areas
Implementation of care guidelines, educational tools and management of cognitive impairment and dementia in acute and community healthcare setting - Huntington's disease
The Southampton Mobility Volunteer programme to increase physical activity levels of older inpatients: a feasibility study
Neuro LTC: Assessing baseline factors and critical events that influence care requirements in long term neurological conditions
Measuring the impact of Dementia in younger age groups (YODA) study.
Brain Imaging in Dementia Study (BRAIID)
Dementia care home diagnosis
Dementia Diagnosis Rate Modelling
Exploring temporality and its effect on communication between nursing staff and patients with dementia in acute hospital wards.
A mixed method study exploring meal time experiences for people with dementia in acute hospital wards.
Neuro LTC: Assessing Baseline Factors, Critical Events and Fatigue in Long Term Neurological Conditions
A feasibility study to develop the Quality of Interactions Schedule (QuIS) for use as an outcome measure in acute hospital care.
Priority setting for research into Fundamental Care in Hospital
Identifying effective strategies and obstacles to delivery.
Systematic review of interventions to promote compassionate care by nursing staff.
Study of knowledge, beliefs, and behaviours of hospital staff involved in patient monitoring to identify staff and organisational factors affecting performance of scheduled night time observations.
The association of shift characteristics and nursing missed vital observations and sickness absence. Retrospective observational study using routinely collected data.
Dementia and cognitive impairment in acute care: detection, healthcare pathways and patient outcomes.
Reducing unnecessary antibiotic prescribing in primary care
Modifying the progression of liver disease through changing pathways for early diagnosis and lifestyle change
Case finding and outreach initiatives to overcome HCV Treatment Access inequality in a geographically isolated population in England: The COTTAGE project.
Journeys of recovery following a hospital based alcohol detoxification.
Using routinely collected information to look at the impact of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI)
Evaluating a complex domestic abuse intervention in Hampshire, UK: a mixed-methods approach.
GENIE (Generating Engagement in Networks Involvement)
Implementation and evaluating the GENIE tool in Southampton Integrated COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Service.
Commissioning of Self-Management Support for people with long-term conditions
Development of a Collective Efficacy measure
Studying pathways of effective self-management for delayed prescribing and reducing antibiotic use.
Research projects looking at self-management resources for people with long-term conditions
Management of dizziness through open systems.
Long-term condition self-management support in patient online communities.
The relationship between socioeconomic status and pathways to lung, colorectal and prostate cancer diagnosis: identifying the contribution of GP and patient factors to late cancer diagnosis.
Treatment decisions in the face of patient deterioration in hospital: development and implementation of treatment escalation plans (TEPs)
Patient centred practice: Examining ways of reducing the burden of treatment experienced by people with life-limiting conditions
Experiences of long term, life-limiting conditions amongst patients and carers: a systematic review, qualitative meta-synthesis and conceptual modelling study
An investigation of the natural history of decision making around treatment escalation in seriously unwell patients: A retrospective case note review
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