Knowledge Mobilisation and Evaluation theme
Knowledge Mobilisation and Evaluation is a cross cutting theme that supports the co-creation of clinically informed, relevant research; evidence informed commissioning; health and social care evalutions; and the integration of research evidence into clinical practice. We facilitate the integration of evidence-based interventions into practice and the understanding of the processes that affect the successful dissemination and translation of newly acquired knowledge. This can improve both the healthcare and the societal impact of our research.
- Health services
- Musculoskeletal interventions
- Models of care
- Understanding research implementation.
Current funded projects
- First Contact Physiotherapy in Primary Care (FRONTIER): A realist evaluation of effectiveness and costs.
Funded by NIHR Health Services & Delivery Research (HS&DR): £764,225. 2018-2021.
Chief Investigator: Professor Nicola Walsh.
- A realist evaluation of paramedics working in General Practice (READY): An assessment of clinical and cost effectiveness.
Funded by NIHR Health Services & Delivery Research (HS&DR): £599,977. 2021-2024.
Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Sarah Voss.
- Understanding the role of exercise professionals in the delivery of the NHS long term plan within AHP services in England.
Funded by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy/Health Education England: £36,000. 2020-2021.
Chief Investigator: Dr Vincent Singh.
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