Three CLAHRC researchers were among those presenting their work at the Lancet’s prestigious event Public Health Science: A National Conference Dedicated to New Research in UK Public Health held in London on November 24th.
Each of the CLAHRC’s researchers presented a poster about their work, and the topics highlight the breadth of our research. Their abstracts are now published in a special edition of the journal.
Dr Chiara De Poli presented projections of the likely impact of the various interventions currently being used to prevent diabetes across England.
Dr Esther Kwong presented her work exploring the potential for patient reported outcomes measures (PROMs) – patient questionnaires used to measure measures health gain in patients undergoing a number of surgeries – to be used when patients were admitted as an emergency.
Jennifer Martin presented her work on participatory learning and action cycle in resource-limited settings.
Impact of interventions to prevent diabetes in England: a simulation model
De Poli, Chiara et al.
The Lancet , Volume 390 , S36
Can patient reported outcomes measures (PROMs) be used in emergency admissions? Comparison of retrospective and contemporaneous PROMs after hip and knee replacement: a cohort study
Kwong, Esther et al.
The Lancet , Volume 390 , S55
Adaptations to the participatory learning and action cycle in resource-limited settings: an observational study
Martin, Jennifer S et al.
The Lancet , Volume 390 , S63