We are a research team studying audio recordings of consultations between doctors and nurses and patients with long-term conditions who smoke. Our aim is to understand how healthcare professionals usually ask and advise patients about smoking and the different ways patients respond to the advice given, and whether this can be improved. We are looking … Read more
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Our health is important and so is the research that goes into keeping us healthy. Do you know how your medical data is being used and why? Are you happy for your data to be used in research? Are your cells as important to you as an image of your brain, for example? Should these … Read more
I am looking for patient and lay representatives to help with the design and implementation of research into new types of imaging used in the assessment of patients with heart attacks (see summary below). I am looking for people who may have suffered heart attacks in the past (or may have friends and relatives who … Read more
• Do you or your child have a rare genetic disease? • Would you like to share your experiences to contribute to a new research study? I am looking for 1-2 patients or carers who would be willing to sit on an Advisory Board for a new study. I am particularly interested in recruiting patients … Read more
We are recruiting healthy adults aged 30-50 years old to join the Oxford Biobank Study. Contributing to research into conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and obesity. The study will involve a one hour morning visit at OCDEM, Churchill Hospital, Oxford.
Study – The effect of short-term overconsumption of specific dietary nutrients on liver and adipose tissue metabolism The purpose of this study is to provide an understanding of the effect that the overconsumption of specific dietary nutrients (e.g. sugars, fats) has on liver and adipose tissue metabolism and function. This will allow us to dissect … Read more
Hello, I am designing a study looking at ways in which people who have atrial fibrillation (AF) manage their weight, and how we can improve services to support them. I am interested in this because there is growing evidence that people with AF who maintain a healthy body weight can improve their symptoms and even … Read more