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PRINCIPLE

The PRINCIPLE trial aims to find out whether selected treatments given to people at higher risk of becoming more ill when they are infected with COVID-19 can help reduce the need for hospitalisation and the length of stay required, helping people recover quicker and with fewer complications. The trial is recruiting participants through GP practices across the UK.

Contact:

principle@phc.ox.ac.uk

www.principletrial.org

RAPTOR COVID-19

Evaluation of rapid COVID-19 diagnostic tests for community use against reference standards (PCR swabs) as technologies become available (Nicholson, Hobbs).

Scaling up testing will be a key UK priority to better understand and control COVID-19 transmission and reinfections rates.

Contact:

Professor RIchard Hobbs via his PA: richard.hobbs_pa@phc.ox.ac.uk

Mental health:

Co-SPACE Survey 

"COVID-19 Supporting Parents, Adolescents and Children in Epidemics. "

This digital survey aims to track children and Young People's mental health during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. It is also working closely with policy makers and community/voluntary organisations; and linking up with a number of international teams to replicate the survey elsewhere (and link data).

Contact:

www.psy.ox.ac.uk/research/topic-research-group/supporting-parents-adolescents-and-children-during-epidemics

emergingminds.org.uk

Fast tracked projects

The cancellation of face-to-face routine antenatal appointments due to COVID-19 has generated interest from hospitals in the digital blood pressure monitoring apps developed for the BUMP, SNAP and OPTIMUM work. We are currently investigating the potential to develop this as an implementation trial.

Contact:

Professor Richard McManus, via his PA: lucy.curtin@phc.ox.ac.uk

Recent ARC OxTV news

Gender differences in heart failure care need to be addressed

Women tend to be diagnosed with heart failure five years older than men, but have a better prognosis, finds research published in the European Journal of Heart Failure.