Brokering Innovation Through Evidence 

BITEs are bite-sized, 'need to know' summaries of high quality, evidence based research findings. The aim of BITEs is to summarise the work that has been published under CLAHRC NWC, outlining key information and findings in an accessible format.

 

CLAHRC BITES booklet (National)

 

This page lists the BITEs produced under CLAHRC NWC, in alphabetical order.

 

Accessing the effectiveness of Selective Licensing in England

Admitting patients to psychiatric wards

CAPS Project (Managing Complex Needs)

Community Connectors

Community Resource Map

E-bikes

Evaluation of effectiveness of Knowsley COPD Service

Evaluation of a quality GP Contract

Evaluation of Knowsley CVD Service

Healthy Start

Household Health Survey

Impact of Day Care Services on Older People with Multiple Long Term Conditions

Knowsley Live Well Project

Life Rooms

Mindfulness and nature

NEST@Home

Perinatal Access to Resources and Support (PEARS)

Using the Patient Activation Measure (PAM®) to support a personalised care approach

QOEST - A Qualitative Evaluation of the Process for the Development of QOEST

Reducing Emergency Admissions for Cancer Patients

South Asian women's attendance for breast and cervical cancer screening

Social factors influencing A&E attendance in neighbourhoods

Social Isolation and Loneliness (A Review of the Evidence)

Transitional Care for Young People with Long Term Conditions

Weight management interventions for adults with intellectual disabilities

Wigan Later Life and Memory Service (WLLMS)

 

Research Briefings

Credit unions: reducing vulnerability to debt

Tracing absentee private sector landlords