Evidence

NIHR Evidence

Health research must be informative, accessible and relevant to the public, patients, clinicians, health professionals, researchers, policy makers and health service managers. NIHR Evidence presents high quality summaries of findings so that health and care research can be used by all members of society.

We hope to produce our summaries in close collaboration with those who might use them, including clinicians, commissioners, patients and the public. If you'd like to help us to decide which research findings should feature on NIHR Evidence then sign up to become a reviewer.

 
Alerts Short summaries of the latest health research presented in plain English to promote use of research by all members of society. See all
Collections Overview of recent research on topics or themes that have been highlighted as being of interest by members of the community. See all
Themed Reviews Specially created reviews of recent research on topics of strategic importance for the UK health and social care system. See all

Sharing NIHR Research

Follow @NIHRevidence on Twitter to receive news about the latest Alerts, Collections and Themed Reviews. Share links with friends and colleagues to help them learn about cutting edge research.

NIHR Evidence@NIHRevidence
We share high quality summaries of @NIHRresearch findings, making health and care research informative, accessible, relevant and ready for use for all
Total Tweets9.74K
Followers28.72K
Following3.64K
Would you like to get involved with @NIHRevidence? We’re looking for reviewers to read the latest health and social care research and give us your thoughts. Discover more and sign up! https://t.co/EZCo5ux00a https://t.co/CwMCbwyQ8G
3 2
NIHR Evidence@NIHRevidence
We share high quality summaries of @NIHRresearch findings, making health and care research informative, accessible, relevant and ready for use for all
Total Tweets9.74K
Followers28.72K
Following3.64K
A study from @OxfordBRC has suggested that the research behind the development of early warning scores may be flawed, giving false reassurance to doctors and nurses: https://t.co/jiZAbzdqgD https://t.co/32IsEnOKZd
4 3
NIHR Evidence@NIHRevidence
We share high quality summaries of @NIHRresearch findings, making health and care research informative, accessible, relevant and ready for use for all
Total Tweets9.74K
Followers28.72K
Following3.64K
New research from @drjprogers, @UCLPsychiatry, and team suggests high rates of delirium, persistent fatigue and post-traumatic stress disorder were common after severe infection in previous #coronavirus outbreaks: https://t.co/8EUbjhn2gd https://t.co/pSwM1wvJ4i
8 4
NIHR Evidence@NIHRevidence
We share high quality summaries of @NIHRresearch findings, making health and care research informative, accessible, relevant and ready for use for all
Total Tweets9.74K
Followers28.72K
Following3.64K
Cycling to work lowers risk of heart disease, cancer and early death finds a study from @CedarUK@MRC_Epid, and @PHPE_IC: https://t.co/KT9DtRrRq9 https://t.co/SdD3t55D27
2 3
NIHR Evidence@NIHRevidence
We share high quality summaries of @NIHRresearch findings, making health and care research informative, accessible, relevant and ready for use for all
Total Tweets9.74K
Followers28.72K
Following3.64K
How could your choice of #transport affect your health? A new study has suggested that people who #cycle to work are at reduced risk of early death compared with those who commute by car: https://t.co/KT9DtRJshH https://t.co/5URL9fkkVX
1293912199702839302
1 2
NIHR Evidence@NIHRevidence
We share high quality summaries of @NIHRresearch findings, making health and care research informative, accessible, relevant and ready for use for all
Total Tweets9.74K
Followers28.72K
Following3.64K
Lung checks carried out in supermarket car parks were popular and successful in detecting breathing disorders, according to research from a team including @hsbalata, @booton_r and @MatthewEvison1: https://t.co/MnphfWBjQA https://t.co/QISewcBxnT
1 3