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Director of PRUComm

PRUComm Research Review 2017

This is our fifth annual review of research and provides a brief overview of our research activities. Following confirmation last year of our extension until the end of 2018 we have now agreed a programme of work with the Department. This sees a stronger shift towards exploring the … Continue reading

Improving GP recruitment and retention needs a long-term strategy

The state of general practice remains a key talking point in UK healthcare with continuing concerns about difficulty of recruitment, practices closing and a general feeling that general practice is in crisis. The central policy response to this situation is … Continue reading

Public Health and Obesity in England – the New Infrastructure Examined

By Anna Coleman and Stephen Peckham Since April 2013, we have been investigating the changing public health system in England. These changes came about as a result of the Health and Social Care Act (2012) and have had profound implications … Continue reading

Commissioning for long-term conditions: hearing the voice of and engaging users – a qualitative multiple case study

Professor Stephen Peckham (Director of PRUComm) is the lead author of a recently published NIHR HS&DR funded research which explored the role and impact of patient and public engagement and involvement in commissioning for people with LTCs. It is estimated that some … Continue reading