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.

 
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

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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 Tweets9.58K
Followers28.34K
Following3.65K
A #clinicaltrial assessing #chemotherapy for a rare cancer of the urinary system has shown that the risk of their cancer returning was reduced by half: https://t.co/XwXAzMVk8y https://t.co/XUxLCtU3sq
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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 Tweets9.58K
Followers28.34K
Following3.65K
Are there gaps in cancer screening? Research supported by @NIHRMaudsleyBRC has suggested that people with mental illness are less likely to receive #cancer screening than those in the general population: https://t.co/MihLCP0sBQ https://t.co/8egeKuH45a
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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 Tweets9.58K
Followers28.34K
Following3.65K
Social prescribing schemes increase patients’ confidence, motivation and the skills to manage their own wellbeing, potentially reducing reliance on GPs, new research suggests: https://t.co/ckQcf1Rcms https://t.co/FiUBAoOEYD
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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 Tweets9.58K
Followers28.34K
Following3.65K
Research from @OxPrimaryCare evaluating #socialprescribing schemes and the link worker role in the UK has reported that this approach could empower patients to address non-medical problems in their lives: https://t.co/ckQcf1Rcms https://t.co/tkv4DYUeAQ
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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 Tweets9.58K
Followers28.34K
Following3.65K
Programme that helps GPs refer cases of domestic abuse massively increases support for vulnerable women, NIHR study finds: https://t.co/CptTtZ04L2 https://t.co/BINlkMSDbR
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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 Tweets9.58K
Followers28.34K
Following3.65K
#Socialprescribing links patients to sources of support in the local community and increases their confidence, motivation and the skills to manage their own wellbeing, reports NIHR research: https://t.co/ckQcf1Rcms https://t.co/XDoGb3uSp8
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