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The home of collaborative applied health and social care research in Oxford and the Thames Valley.
Continuing impact General Research
24 October 2022
In 2021, more than 30,000 students from 180 schools in four English counties participated in the OxWell student survey, offering localised insights into the experiences of young people.
More children aged 8-17 trying to lose weight than a decade ago, including children of a healthy weight
In the news Research
19 July 2022
New research from NIHR ARC OxTV supported researchers, including DPhil student Melissa Little, found that the number of children aged 8-17 reporting weight loss attempts has increased over the last decade. The researchers also identified key characteristics linked to an increases likelihood of weight loss attempts.
Self-monitoring of blood pressure does not result in the earlier detection of high blood pressure in pregnancy nor does it improve blood pressure control in those with pregnancy hypertension
In the news NIHR Partner Publication Research
10 May 2022
Self-monitoring of blood pressure during pregnancy neither results in earlier detection of high blood pressure, nor helps with blood pressure control in those who are pregnant, suggest the results of two new papers based on research from researchers supported by the NIHR ARC OxTV at the University of Oxford and King’s College London.
General Publication Research
4 April 2022
Researchers from Oxford Population Health’s Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) and supported by the NIHR ARC OxTV, have recently published a comprehensive review of the evidence on the economic impacts of childhood excess weight. The results, published in the journal Children, highlight both the significant economic impacts of overweight and obesity in children, and the priority areas for future research.
17 February 2022
Oxford Population Health researchers, in part supported by the ARC OxTV, are leading a cost-effectiveness analysis of a new online, parent-led intervention for young children at risk of anxiety disorders.
In the news Partner Publication Research
15 November 2021
The debilitating arm and shoulder disability and pain that some women who have had breast cancer surgery experience as a side effect of their surgery can be reduced by following a physiotherapy-led exercise programme after their operation, a new study has found.
COVID-19 General In the news Research
4 October 2021
The OxWell School Survey 2021 highlights that younger children and adolescents are the least willing to have the COVID-19 vaccination. These young people come from the most socioeconomically deprived backgrounds, feel less belonging to their school community and think they have probably had COVID-19 already.
Cancer-risk research featured in special edition of PLOS Medicine focussed on advances in early cancer detection
General Partner Publication Research
6 September 2021
The research is highlighted in a special collection of studies that focus on early cancer detection, hailed by the Editors as “cutting edge, and potentially scalable, innovations that have the potential to inform research, policy, and clinical cancer management.”
General NIHR Research
28 July 2021
This publication compiles key research projects from the NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs).
COVID-19 General Partner Research
5 July 2021
The PRINCIPLE trial, which the NIHR ARC OxTV was a fundamental part of setting up in the early days of the pandemic, has been highly commended at the Health Data Research UK Awards for the way in which patient data is utilised so participants are contacted about the trial soon after receiving a positive test result.
COVID-19 NIHR Partner Research
5 May 2021
The ARC OxTV supported 'COVID-19 Supporting Parents, Adolescents, and Children in Epidemic (CO-SPACE) study, reports that behavioural, emotional and attentional difficulties in children changed considerably throughout the past year, increasing in times of national lockdown and decreasing as restrictions eased and schools reopened.
Continuing impact Publication Research
9 April 2021
New research, that further develops findings from CLAHRC Oxford supported research, has led to the development of new clinical prediction models for myeloma that incorporate both symptoms and blood test results.
General NIHR Research
3 March 2021
ARC OxTV Digital Health theme lead, Professor John Powell joins the NIHR college of senior research leaders.
General In the news Publication Research
10 February 2021
While treatment for high blood pressure is not associated with falls, there is some evidence to suggest patients who take blood pressure lowering medications may be more likely to faint or suffer kidney problems which lead to hospital admission, finds a study from ARC OxTV supported researchers.
General In the news Partner Research
9 February 2021
A new review, launched by the Department for Health and Social Care and Led by NIHR ARC OxTV supported Dr Ben Goldacre, will focus on the more efficient and safe use of health data for research and analysis for the benefit of patients and the healthcare sector.
New free resources launched to support healthcare professionals to help patients to cut down on salt and saturated fat
General NIHR Research
25 January 2021
NIHR ARC OxTV and the University of Oxford's Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences launch materials to support healthcare professionals in providing evidence-based recommendations to reduce the intake of saturated fat to help lower LDL cholesterol and salt to reduce blood pressure.
COVID-19 In the news Research
20 January 2021
Parental stress, depression, and anxiety have again increased since new national restrictions have been introduced according to the latest report from the NIHR ARC OxTV supported and Oxford University-led COVID-19 Supporting Parents, Adolescents, and Children in Epidemics (Co-SPACE) study, based on data from over 6000 UK parents.
COVID-19 NIHR Research
10 October 2020
1 October 2020
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.
Less is more? Deprescribing blood pressure lowering medications is safe in the short-term in older people with frailty and multiple long-term conditions
In the news NIHR Research
26 May 2020