Resources: Reports

PPI Voices Terms of Reference

Voices was formed in 2015. It brings together members of the public and health and social care professionals from across the Yorkshire and the Humber region who have an interest in public involvement in research. Read their terms of reference here.

BaBi Network Infographic

This BaBi Network infographic is a valuable resource to explain the study and its potential impact.

Role of the ambulance sector in the delivery of publichealth / preventative interventions and the impact of thisactivity on population health outcomes and ambulance sector outcomes.

Our UEC theme has undertaken some work for Public Health England looking at the PH role of ambulance services.

Evaluation of the Health Education England (HEE) South West Pilot of Supported Training for Emergency Care Advanced Clinical Practitioners (2019-2022)

YHAHSN Straight Talking project: economic evaluation exploration

Evaluating the non-urgent users of emergency care: A retrospective analysis of routine NHS secondary care data

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

Economic evaluations of health inequalities

This infographic uses an example which relates to a CLAHRC legacy research Project worked on by Laura and James Lomas from the University of York - ‘Costs and benefits associated with emissions: case study exploring the health impacts of West Yorkshire Low Emission Zone’.

How can economic evaluation inform decisions in health?

Yorkshire and Humber ARC Patient and Public Involvement/Engagement (PPIE) Strategy

CLAHRC Legacy Publication – The legacy of the CLAHRCs 2014-19 – 5 years of NIHR-funded applied health research

This publication brings together highlights from across the National Institute for Health Research Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (NIHR CLAHRCs), which became Applied Research Collaborations (ARCs) in October 2019. It showcases achievements from five years of collaborative applied health and care research.