Technological advances in image digitalisation and artificial intelligence (AI) offer great potential to improve the field of Pathology. This could result in faster and more efficient diagnosis as well as enabling pathologists to produce more detailed and accurate diagnosis. In order to test this potential and whether it can be translated into improved processes in … Read more
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We would like to create a group of people who can contribute to COVID-19 studies quickly and at short notice. Because of the fast-changing nature of this area of research, we can’t be sure what form your involvement would take or how long you will be asked to be involved for. However, you will be … Read more
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
In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, much research is underway to inform the care of people with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. We urgently need to know what outcomes are important to people with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, their family members, community members and health professionals. Your input will help us to rapidly develop a … Read more
If you are an autistic mother living in the UK and would like to help shape future autism research and services then we would like to speak with you about your experience. Time and other commitments required: 60-90 minute interview. The interview can take place via email, phone call Skype or face-to-face. Researchers: Dr Fionnuala … Read more
In an initial survey, we will ask people to write down their top questions for obesity and weight-related research. We will then group these into research questions and themes. In a second survey, we will ask people to rank these in order of importance to them. The surveys are quick to complete. No background knowledge … 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.