CEBM research projects
Evaluating the safety and effect of using ECs to help people who smoke achieve long‐term smoking abstinence.
The EBMultimorbidity project focuses on early recognition, screening and treatment of multimorbidity to reduce the morbidity and minimise the risks to individuals while improving their quality of life and reducing costs to the healthcare system.
This review will be the start of a body of work that will help future guidelines advice on whether there is any benefit (or harm) to low salt diets in heart failure patients.
Within the United Kingdom, there are now opportunities for paramedics to work across a variety of healthcare settings, with many opting to move into primary care. We undertook a systematic scoping review of published literature to provide an overview of the types of clinical roles paramedics are undertaking in these settings.
Link workers can help patients in primary care to develop a sense of belonging, confidence and sources of advice and assistance. However, this is only likely to happen if patients, GPs and healthcare managers ‘buy-in’ to the link worker role and trust in the skills of the person undertaking it.
COVID-19 has presented particular challenges to people with diabetes - not only are they at greater risk if they contract COVID-19, but the pandemic has also disrupted diabetes care and management.