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CCU039

Mass rollout of several highly-effective Covid-19 vaccines has helped prevent severe cases of Covid-19, protecting against hospitalisation and death. However, uptake of Covid-19 vaccination has not been equal across the population, potentially exacerbating existing health inequalities and leaving some communities… Read more

CCU038

Despite advances in modern medicine, a significant proportion of those admitted to intensive care will unfortunately not survive. The reasons why certain patients do better or worse are complex and remain poorly understood, but include the interplay between a patient’s… Read more

CCU037

This research project is awarded through a funding call by Health Data Research UK and the Alan Turing Institute as part of the wider Data and Connectivity National Core Study. Further details on this project are available here. Outputs Ethnicity… Read more

CCU036

This research project is awarded through a funding call by Health Data Research UK and the Alan Turing Institute as part of the wider Data and Connectivity National Core Study. Further details on this project are available here. Read more

CCU035

This research project is awarded through a funding call by Health Data Research UK and the Alan Turing Institute as part of the wider Data and Connectivity National Core Study. Further details on this project are available here. Outputs Risk… Read more

CCU034

Sight is the sense that is the most valued by the general public. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on sight loss and how the NHS manages eye disease remains under-researched. Some reports suggest that COVID-19 infection and/or vaccination may… Read more

CCU032

Heart Failure (HF) is a complex set of conditions that results in the heart performing less well than it did – it is no longer pumping blood as well as it would in perfect health. HF affects around 1 million… Read more

CCU031

There is still a pressing need to identify drug-based treatments for the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Large-scale immunisation has been successful in stemming the tide of hospital admissions, but infections remain high with the ever-present risk of new variants arising against… Read more