Resources

To find resources for a specific theme, please click on the links below.

Winter 2020 Newsletter - Community Ageing Research 75+ Study (CARE75+).pdf
CARE75+newsletterDecember2020FINAL.pdf

Mental and Physical Multimorbidity

A guide for health professionals

This summary presents some initial findings from the OWLS study on how people with severe mental ill health have been affected by the pandemic restrictions. This report will be updated periodically, and this is the first of the OWLS reports.

MHSP-ecig-briefing-2020-v2.pdf
OWLS October report 12_10_20.pdf

Health Economics

Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL) for users of mental health services

Produced by the ARC Health Economics, Evaluation and Equality (HEEE) cross-cutting theme.

Produced by the ARC Health Economics, Evaluation and Equality (HEEE) cross-cutting theme.

The PROMs resource aims to support the process of selecting and implementing Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) in different contexts where PROM data is used for evaluation. The checklist found within the resource and also in the accompanying document, should be used from the early stages of any evaluation work to identify from the beginning, appropriate PROMs are selected, and that implementation is planned. (click icons below to download the PROMs resource and checklist)

Final_ARC_checklist_planning_economic_evaluation_PPT.pdf
Final_Economic_Evaluation_Resource.pdf
PROMS Resource.pdf
PROMs Checklist.pdf
  • Air pollution

A toolkit developed for use by local authorities to help provide an evidence base with this to analyse possible policies that improve air quality (click icons here to download package)

201604_CAPTOR.xlsx
201604_CAPTOR_parameterisation and user guide.pdf
201604_Appendices to CAPTOR_ parameterisation and user guide report.pdf
  • YouTube video: Explaining the EQ 5D in about two-and-a-half minutes

  • How can economic evaluation inform decisions in health?

To view or download, click on 1st icon here >>>


  • Health Inequalities Assessment Toolkit (HIAT)

Developed by North West Coast CLAHRC

To view or download, click on 2nd icon here >>>

NIFTY_18_October_UoY_Health_Economists_FINAL (1).pdf
14941_HIAT_long_v8_web.pdf

Patient and Public Involvement / Engagement

Our lay contributor, Ruby Bhatti, spent time with this team and her experiences became part of the Talking Heads.

Covid and me is a National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) public engagement initiative using theatre to raise public awareness of the importance that clinical trials will play during this pandemic. It is aimed to reach all people and specifically to resonate with parts of the community that don’t typically take part in research and are disproportionality affected with poorer outcomes if they contract COVID-19 – notably BAME, elderly, 50+ with co-morbidities & those from economically deprived areas.

This is a 'call to action' to all people and to aid the reach to those in our most underserved communities that the NHS needs them to ‘Be Part of Research’. Together we will gain understanding of the health inequalities of COVID-19 outcomes to improve health and well- being for all. Learn more about this and watch the videos here.

Alongside other involvement leads in the region, ARC Y&H have contributed to this guidance document - a collation of information and top tips on conducting involvement activities during Covid-19.

National NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Resources


NIHR ARC Map.pdf
NIHR APPLIED RESEARCH COLLABORATIONS Map_Full.pdf