The latest news from Bradford Institute for Health Research
The Improvement Academy (IA), based at the Bradford Institute of Health Research, is celebrating 10 years of its flagship Huddle Up for Safer Healthcare (HUSH) programme.
Professor Mark Mon-Williams of the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Yorkshire and Humber, based at the Bradford Institute for Health Research, led on the newly published ‘Child of the North’ report which shows that schools in the Bradford District are losing out on hundreds of pounds of funding per pupil compared to those in London.
Funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR), the four-year-long research project will be carried out by a team led by clinical researcher and specialist registrar in geriatric medicine, Dr Oliver Todd
As many as one-in-two healthcare attendances for breathing difficulties in Bradford could be triggered by breaches in daily air pollution limits, new research funded by the National Institute for Health Research has uncovered.
Born in Bradford’s Better Start (BiBBS) is giving all families who live in the Better Start Bradford areas - Bradford Moor, Bowling and Barkerend and Little Horton - of the city the opportunity to take part in its important study.
The ‘Born and Bred In’ study, known as BaBi, has reached 20,000 participants across its five recruiting sites in England.
On 6th June 2023, Sophie Stephenson, Lead GI Research Nurse at Bradford Teaching Hospitals, was awarded in the 'Long Term Service Awards' for over 30 years of service!
Research is one of our Trust’s key priorities and we are pleased to announce our new Trust research strategy for the next five years.
Bradford Patient Recruitment Centre, part of Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is leading the way in an effort to improve the lives of patients with heart disease.