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A study to understand and optimise community hospital ward care in the NHS

Project title: A study to understand and optimise community hospital ward care in the NHS

Call to action: 12/177 12/177 New research on community hospitals activity, appropriateness and cost-effectiveness

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor John YoungORCID

Contractor: Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £517,631.00

Co-investigators: Dr Andrew Smith, Dr Helen Tucker, Dr Roberta Longo, Mrs Heather Eardley, Ms Mary Godfrey, Professor Claire Hulme, Professor John Gladman, Professor Pamela Enderby.

Started: July 2014 | Status: Research in progress

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