This call was designed to promote the research of the NMAHP professions using the themes of the CIHR. In each case applicants were encouraged to submit projects which were patient focused, were interdisciplinary and which drew together academics and practitioners
A pilot study investigating the communication needs of a population of children identified with emotional and behavioural difficulties
Planning a research focused approach to implementing “Health for all children” in relation to families with young children.
Early detection of mother/infants at risk of severe attachment problems: Developing a cost-and-time effective measure to support the work of NHS health-visitors
Orthotic management for children with cerebral palsy: tuning of the Ankle Foot Orthosis (AFO) foot wear combination using objective assessment aids
Developing Maternal Confidence in the Neonatal Unit: Which infant feeding practices promote self-efficacy in mothers of pre-term babies?
Understanding the challenges in accessing universal health care services for children living with domestic abuse experiences
An exploratory pilot study to investigate the clinical effect of functional electrical stimulation (FES) in the acute phase of in-patient stroke rehabilitation
Methods of communicating a primary diagnosis of breast cancer to patients: a systematic review
Specialist breast care nurses for supportive care of women with breast cancer: a systematic review
Debridement for surgical wounds
A randomised control trial comparing bladder infusion with standard catheter removal in men presenting to the urology department following an episode of acute urinary retention
Patient and carer experiences of stroke-related dropped foot and its management using Functional Electrical Stimulation
An exploration of the management of menopausal symptoms for women with a diagnosis of breast cancer: lay and professional experiences and expectations
Pilot evaluation of the effectiveness of the DisDAT tool on the assessment and management of ‘distress’ in patients with a learning disability receiving general hospital care.
A pilot study comparing basal bolus insulin therapy, carbohydrate counting and dose adjustment with traditional regimes in patients with Type 2 diabetes.
A pilot study to deliver and define enhanced physiotherapy and nutritional rehabilitation for patients after a prolonged stay in intensive care
The Journeys Stroke Patients take from Hospital Discharge through Community Rehabilitation: examining sources of information to learn about management, equity and access in Lothian.
An Investigation of Barriers to Physical Activity in Community Based Patients with Schizophrenia
The experiences of service providers and service users of a triage physiotherapy service within the Edinburgh Community Physiotherapy Service of NHS Lothian.
Using syringe drivers in Palliative Care: capturing the experience of patients, carers and community nurses
Working for health: is employment a road to recovery for users of mental health services?
A Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Programme (MBSR) – exploring patients understanding, expectations and experiences within a chronic pain management setting.
A Hepatitis C and co-morbidity in Lothian: patients’ perspectives and needs with regards to an enduring condition
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