Category: Research

Researchers from the National Institute for Health Research Bristol Biomedical Research Centre (NIHR Bristol BRC) and the University of ...

A group of 11 institutions, led by the University of Liverpool and including National Institute ...

How can involvement in research support survivors of domestic abuse?

25 November 2021

Hard Evidence is a theatre piece written and performed by ...

Exploring dietitians’ views and practice on dietary pattern advice for adults managing type 2 diabetes

24 November 2021

A new study from researchers at the National Institute for ...

Bristol childhood obesity clinic forms blueprint for national NHS pilot

16 November 2021

Children and young people with severe obesity will receive intensive ...

Assessing whether levels of polyunsaturated fatty acids alter risk of schizophrenia

12 November 2021

Research funded by the National Institute for Health Research Bristol ...

EVENT: Health sector collaborates to improve policies on surgical innovation

18 October 2021

Health sector experts are being brought together to collaborate on ...

Dr Fiona Kinnear: Doctoral prize winner for the Faculty of Health Sciences in 2020/21

13 October 2021

Fiona Kinnear, NIHR Bristol BRC Nutrition theme PhD student, has ...

Prehabilitation to improve outcomes after major elective surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis

12 October 2021

Interventions such as eating foods that promote a strong immune system and exercises that strengthen ...

How the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people living with diabetes, in their ability to manage their condition

27 September 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for people living with diabetes, causing ripple impacts ...

Professor Jonathan Sterne presents to US Food and Drug Administration on COVID-19 boosters

17 September 2021

Professor Jonathan Sterne, Deputy Director of the National Institute for Health Research Bristol Biomedical Research ...

Co-creating communications with patient and public groups

6 September 2021

Taking a ‘less is more’ approach and not overwhelming audiences with too much information is ...

Analysing metabolomics to improve the prediction of pregnancy-related disorders.

17 August 2021

Using analytical methods such as mass spectrometry (MS) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to detect ...

Working collaboratively with public groups to support safe and transparent surgical innovation

5 August 2021

The Surgical Innovation team are one step closer to developing a list of baseline information, ...

Exploring trends in recording anxiety symptoms in UK primary care

4 August 2021

The way GPs record anxiety in patient records could be leading to a reduction in ...