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The Fifth Child Project

The value and unexpected by-product of a community engagement strategy aimed at addressing the immunisation gap in north-west Ethiopia.

Infectious disease
Child health
Evaluation
Immunisation
Vaccines
Community engagement
Eastern Africa
Ethiopia
Programme evaluation
Qualitative evaluation
Public health
Health services

The Global Vector Hub

The Global Vector Hub is an open access, interactive resource that not only has the capacity to transform vector research and vector control programmes, but revolutionise our preparedness and ability to respond quickly and effectively to vector-borne disease outbreaks, around the world.

The Good Schools Study

Reducing violence in Ugandan primary schools.

Behaviour change
Implementation research
Mental health
Violence
Child health
Adolescent health
Complex interventions
Clinical trials
Uganda
Eastern Africa
Epidemiology
Public health
Social science
Anthropology
Psychology

The RifT Study - improving diagnosis and treatment of TB meningitis

M. tuberculosis is a leading cause of meningitis in people living with HIV. Currently, over 50% of cases die and many survivors are left disabled. Finding better diagnostics and optimised treatments is a priority.

The sixteen18 project

Exploring young people’s sexual practices in the UK.

This Sickle Cell Life

This collaborative research project, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), Health Services and Delivery Research Programme, examines the experiences of young people with sickle cell as they transition to adulthood and move from using child to adult services.

Tight K

Tight K is a feasibility study investigating how potassium levels are controlled following cardiac surgery.

Cardiovascular disease
Clinical care
Clinical trials
United Kingdom

TXA

The effect of early tranexamic acid administration on mortality, hysterectomy, and other morbidities in women with post-partum haemorrhage: an international, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.