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The repository contains the records of published and unpublished research authored by NHS staff working for the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and its partners. The repository is managed by the Library and Knowledge Services of the Trust and supported by the Non-Medical Research Leads Network Group and the Research and Development Directorate.
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Exploration of the representation of the allied health professions in senior leadership positions in the UK National Health Service. (BMJ Leader, BJM Leader, 2023-08-24)Background Allied health professionals (AHPs) are an important group within the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK and make up a large portion of the workforce. Investment in AHP leadership is believed to lead to ...
An exploratory cost-effectiveness analysis of a novel tissue valve compared with mechanical valves for surgical aortic valve replacement in subgroups of people aged 55–64 and 65+ with aortic stenosis in the UK. (Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research, Taylor and Francis., 2023-08-28)Objective Exploratory analysis to conceptualize and evaluate the potential cost-effectiveness and economic drivers of using a novel tissue valve compared with mechanical heart valves for surgical aortic valve replacement ...
(British Association of Dermatology, Oxford Academic, 2023-08-25)No Abstract found
(The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust., 2023-04-25)The prolonged jaundice clinic process puts unnecessary strain both on new parents and the neonatal department, this journey can be vastly improved by moving to a community-led service.
Impact of education and positioning aids on the prevalence of head shape deformities in preterm infants. (The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust., 2023-04-25)The use of head positioning aids alongside education and therapy support can have a big impact on reducing the prevalence of adverse head shapes in preterm infants. These results are being used to support wider implementation ...