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ARC BITEs

ARC NWC will publish BITE research summaries here (Brokering Innovation Through Evidence)

Evaluation of interventions to reduce unplanned admissions.

Working in partnership to reduce re-offending rates and improve ex-offenders’ lives: evaluating Active Lancashire’s United Together project

Personalised Renal Monitoring via Information Technology (PERMIT)

Mental Health Conditions in Healthcare

Are we allowed to visit now? Concerns and issues surrounding vaccination and infection risks in UK care homes during COVID-19

What’s in a method? Using diary methods to research public experiences

Evidencing the impacts of social prescribing

The role of the Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise sector within an Integrated Care System

Do people living in disadvantaged circumstances receive different mental health treatments than those from less disadvantaged backgrounds?

A systematic review of routine data to explore inequalities in dementia care

Decision making for receiving paid home care in dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic

Impact of COVID-19 related social support service closures on the lives of people with dementia and unpaid carers: A qualitative study

“A piece of paper is not the same as having someone to talk to”: accessing post-diagnostic dementia care before and since COVID-19 and associated inequalities

Public Involvement

‘Easy for you to say ……’ Reflexions from a train-the-trainer programme with members of the public to enhance communication on health inequalities

Understanding the impact of the YIAC (Youth Information, Advice and Counselling) model on access, engagement and mental health for young people aged 14-25 years

COVID-19-related social support service closures and mental well-being in older adults and those affected by dementia: A UK longitudinal survey


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