Making a difference
The NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Yorkshire and Humber supports people-powered research that aims to tackle inequalities and improve health and well-being for our communities. With the help of our Implementation arm, the Yorkshire and Humber Improvement Academy, we have supported the adoption and spread of evidence that emerged from our ARC, speeding up the transformation of our health and care system to support the delivery of improved outcomes for patients and our communities.
Examples of how our research is making a difference
Aim of project: To better understand the unequal access to digital technology and the internet.
Aim of project: Assess how acceptable, reliable and valid the parent and infant relationship MaM-B tool is.
Aim of project: Development of the second iteration of the electronic Frailty Index (eFI2), a tool that uses routine GP data to identify frailty.
Aim of project: Evaluating the impact of clinical advisors handling NHS 111 calls in children and young people.
Aim of project: Review existing research to explore how decisions to transfer care home residents to hospital are made and identify factors associated with likelihood of transfer.
Aim of project: Using the clinically co-produced iteration of Structured Judgement Review methodology to enable tens of thousands ofreviews to be carried out each year across the UK, helping NHS Trusts to learn from deaths and improve patient care.
Bradford District COVID-19 Scientific Advisory Group (C-SAG)
The Bradford District COVID-19 Scientific Advisory Group (C-SAG) was established in March 2020 to support the local response to COVID-19. As part of the national #ARCImpacts campaign, we have shared key achievements of our Bradford COVID-19 Scientific Advisory Group (C-SAG) in a animated video.
<<< Click play on the video or watch here: https://youtu.be/zSWT9dRYgnw
Learn more about our ARC's COVID-19 response here: COVID-19 Response