Current projects in the Centre for Health and Clinical Research (CHCR)

Project summaries

  • A realist evaluation of paramedics working in General Practice: An assessment of clinical and cost effectiveness (READY paramedics)
    Project co-leads: Dr Sarah Voss (UWE Bristol) and Dr Matthew Booker (University of Bristol)
    Duration: June 2021-May 2023
    Funder: National Institute for Health Research, Health Services and Delivery Research Programme
    Total funding: £597,737
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  • Establishing evidence-based management of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome to improve clinical outcomes throughout the care pathway (ENACT-CRPS)
    UWE Bristol Project Lead: Dr Alison Llewellyn
    Duration: 2021-2023
    Funder: NIHR Research for Patient Benefit
    Total funding: £162,535
  • The feasibility of using BiofEedback to reduce pain in people with knee osteoarthritis (BEPKO)
    UWE Bristol Project Lead: Professor Nicola Walsh
    Duration: 2018-2021
    Funder: NIHR Research for Patient Benefit
    Total funding: £161,445
  • A Sensory Training System (STS) for use at home by people with persistent limb pain
    UWE Bristol Project Lead: Professor Candy McCabe
    Duration: 2019-2021
    Funder: Versus Arthritis
    Total funding: £140,303

About the Centre for Health and Clinical Research

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