Methodological research undertaken collaboratively across the Health Care Assessment and Improving Experiences of Care programmes aims to ensure that our research is undertaken using the most efficient and appropriate methods available, as well as contributing to the global research methods literature.
Current Project Highlights
- Trial Forge: a systematic approach to making trials more efficient
- Understanding experiences of care
- Evidence-informed decision aids for clinical trial participation: a methodological investigation of core components and outcome measures
- Feedback matters: How should trial results be reported back to participants?
- Methodological research related to the design, conduct and analysis of surgical randomised trials
- PRioRITY II: Prioritising Retention in Randomised Trials
- What is the best way to avoid recruitment and retention problems in trials?
- Systematic Techniques to Enhance Retention in RCTs: The STEER Project
- Development of core outcome set for symptomatic uncomplicated gallstone disease
- Optimising Resource-use IN Outcome Collection – the ORINOCO Project
- PoINT - Public involvement in Numerical aspects of Trials
Completed Project Highlights
- DECIDE. Developing and evaluating communication strategies to support informed decisions and practice based on evidence
- Decision Aids in Randomised Trials: The DART Study
- Difference ELicitation in TriAls (DELTA)
- It's trying to manage the work': a qualitative evaluation of recruitment processes within a UK multicentre trial (TISUQual)
- PRECIS-2. Pragmatic explanatory continuum indicator summaries