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Breaking Down Barriers- Helping Improve Breast Cancer Screening Attendance

Breast cancer has now overtaken lung cancer, as the most common cancer in the world. In the UK, there are approximately 55,000 new case...

  • 23/06/2021
  • Health & Social Care Research, Cancer

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Maintaining the patient voice in Long COVID research

Long COVID is a condition made visible by patients. It refers to a variety of ongoing or recurrent symptoms that people may experience ...

  • 26/05/2021
  • Health & Social Care Research, Infectious diseases, Multiple Conditions, Long COVID
  • Philippa Pristera

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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month – Reducing delays in diagnosis

March is ovarian cancer awareness month in the UK, so let’s talk about ovarian cancer. Beginning with the key numbers, ovarian cancer i...

  • 05/03/2021
  • Health & Social Care Research, Big Data & Digital Health, Cancer, Women's Health
  • hbrewer

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Are the statistics from COVID-19 vaccine trials understood?

Right now, in the UK and across the world, vaccines for Covid-19 are being rolled out. You may have already received, or be expecting a...

  • 04/03/2021
  • Health & Social Care Research, Big Data & Digital Health, Infectious diseases
  • Suzie_Cro

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REACT study update: Coronavirus antibodies in 14% of England’s population

A study of 155,000 people has shown that around 14% of England’s population has evidence of antibodies against the coronavirus. The Im...

  • 25/02/2021
  • Health & Social Care Research, Blood & Immune System, Infectious diseases

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Imperials' REACT study expanded to help better understand Long COVID

A team of Imperial College London researchers has been awarded £5.5 million from the Government to study Long COVID. Carried out in pa...

  • 19/02/2021
  • Health & Social Care Research, Big Data & Digital Health, Blood & Immune System, Heart & circulation, Infectious diseases, Inflammation, Multiple Conditions

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Engaging young creatives with COVID-19 research

Imperial researchers, together with a local theatre company, have supported young people to creatively engage in COVID-19 research. Th...

  • 13/01/2021
  • Health & Social Care Research, Children & young people, Infectious diseases
  • Fola Afolabi

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Imperial College study shows coronavirus antibody prevalence falling in England

Tests on more than 365,000 people in England between 20 June and 28 September have shown that the antibody response to the virus that c...

  • 27/10/2020
  • Health & Social Care Research, Big Data & Digital Health, Blood & Immune System, Infectious diseases

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Usability testing of coronavirus antibody kits: From a Zoom call with the public to a study of 14,400 people

When Imperial College was approached to run a programme of antibody testing that could estimate how many people in England had already ...

  • 28/08/2020
  • Health & wellbeing, Health & Social Care Research, Ageing, Big Data & Digital Health, Blood & Immune System, Infectious diseases
  • Philippa Pristera

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Antibody testing on children: What's acceptable?

Between 18-21 June 2020, an engagement and research team at Imperial College London carried out an online public involvement survey to ...

  • 03/07/2020
  • Health & Social Care Research, Blood & Immune System, Carers, Children & young people, Infectious diseases
  • Philippa Pristera

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COVID-19 Community Involvement Update: Poor communication and lack of practical guidance highlighted as key concerns

The Patient Experience Research Centre (PERC) at Imperial College London are developing research to explore and understand people’s vie...

  • 06/04/2020
  • Health & Social Care Research, Big Data & Digital Health, Healthy living & wellbeing

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Health Research Matters: Co-production in young people’s health research

To kick off the Autumn series of the Health Research Matters lunchtime seminar series, the NIHR Imperial BRC Patient Experience Researc...

  • 07/10/2019
  • Health & Social Care Research, Children & young people, Women's Health, Healthy living & wellbeing
  • Philippa Pristera

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