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  1. Exploring the evidence gaps related to the priorities of Local Authorities for mitigating the health and health inequality impacts of climate change

    Logue, J. (Co-Investigator), Morris, A. (Principal Investigator), Davies, J. (Co-Investigator) & Brown, H. (Co-Investigator)



    Project: Research

  2. Children's Hospitals Inequalities Research Project (CHIRP)

    Brewster, L. (Co-Investigator), Isba, R. (Principal Investigator), Lunn, J. (Co-Investigator) & Brennan, L. (Co-Investigator)


    Project: Consultancy

  3. Developing a Public Health Research Culture in Cheshire and Merseyside (extension in MED7100)

    Logue, J. (Principal Investigator)

    National Institute for Health Research


    Project: Research

  4. Children's Healthy Lifestyle Project : Christina Townson

    Townson, C. (Principal Investigator), Tod, D. (Co-Investigator), Morris, A. (Co-Investigator), Swainson, M. (Co-Investigator) & Moore, A. (Co-Investigator)

    Lancashire County Council


    Project: Research

  5. Mapping illness trajectories for people with advanced cancer receiving immunotherapy treatment: a mixed methods study to identify something about need and health service input?

    Brearley, S. (Principal Investigator), Ushakova, A. (Co-Investigator), Gadoud, A. (Co-Investigator) & Walshe, C. (Co-Investigator)

    North West Cancer Research (Incorp Clatterbridge Cancer Research)


    Project: Research

  6. Developing palliative and end-of-life care research partnerships and capacity in the North West Coast of England

    Payne, S. (Co-Investigator), Nwosu, A. (Co-Investigator), Gadoud, A. (Co-Investigator), Preston, N. (Co-Investigator) & Walshe, C. (Principal Investigator)

    NIHR Clinical Research Network: NW Coast


    Project: Research

  7. COVID-KIDS - Surgery in children and young people during the UK COVID-19 pandemic: A multicentre service evaluation

    Shelton, C. (Principal Investigator)

    Association of Paediatric Anaesthetists Great Britain and Ireland


    Project: Research

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