NHS Grampian Evidence Synthesis Service

Since 2011, the University of Aberdeen has provided an Evidence Synthesis Service for NHS Grampian Public Health. The team includes:

  • Professor Corri Black, Professor of Public Health Medicine
  • Lynn Robertson, Research Fellow
  • Lyn Mair, Clinical Liaison Librarian NHS Grampian

In support of health service planning and delivery, intelligence has been provided on a wide range of topics. Recent projects include:

  • Reducing preventable admissions
  • Carers’ Health
  • Fuel poverty - impacts on health
  • Evaluation of NHSG Evidence Synthesis Service
  • Delayed Discharges - Project 1 Causes and Interventions
  • Delayed Discharged - Project 2 Consequences
  • Gender differences among care home residents in Grampian
  • Active Travel
  • Inter-hospital transfer
  • Reconfiguration of clinical services
  • Surgical volumes: quality assessment of systematic reviews
  • Vulnerable groups - scoping definitions and mapping guidance
  • Nurse practitioners - elderly care
  • GP activity data
  • Substance Misuse - Children and Young People
  • NHS Grampian Diabetes Clinical Guidelines update - Screening section
  • Data safe havens
  • Scottish Public Health Observatory – renal section

NHS Grampian Evidence Synthesis Service Flyer

Contact: Lynn Robertson or Lyn Mair