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New Research Paper – Development and external validation of the eFalls tool: a multivariable prediction model for the risk of ED attendance or hospitalisation with a fall or fracture in older adults 

Falls are common in older adults and can devastate personal independence through injury such as fracture and fear of future falls. Methods to identify people for falls prevention interventions are...

New publication: Delivery of public health interventions by the ambulance sector: a scoping review

With millions of unscheduled patient contacts every year and increasing call outs clustered around the most deprived communities, it is clear the ambulance sector could have a role to play...

New Report – Public Services Committee Emergency healthcare: a national emergency

Our Urgent and Emergency Care Theme Lead Prof Sue Mason and Theme Clinical Fellow Jamie Miles, both gave evidence for the recently published report of the inquiry by the House...

New report and podcast: Re-envisioning urgent and emergency care

Professor Suzanne Mason, Lead for our Urgent and Emergency Care theme in NIHR ARC Yorkshire and Humber, has led the production of a new report for the NHS Confederation. The...

New publication – What influences decisions to transfer older care-home residents to the emergency department?

Our Urgent and Emergency Care Theme completed a synthesis of existing qualitative reviews to explore how decisions to transfer residents from care homes to the Emergency Department are made. The...

New Publication – Patient compliance with NHS 111 advice: Analysis of adult call and ED attendance data 2013-2017

The NHS 111 telephone advice and triage service is a vital part of the management of urgent and emergency care (UEC) services in England. Demand for NHS 111 advice has...