Medical Research Council. Mental Health and Incontinence. £646,349. Joinson C (PI), Heron J, Fraser A, Tilling K, Palmer T, Drake M, Cornish R, Cotterill N, Spray C, Wright A. 1 Oct 2021 - 30 Jun 2024
M Lyttle, J Mytton, M Barnes, H McLeod, MT Redanial, J Savovic, L Scott. Evaluation of ICON to prevent instances of Abusive Head Trauma (AHT) in infants. £299,627. 2021-2023. NIHR Policy Research Programme (Ref NIHR202469).
Anna Davies, Lynch M, Burden C. Healthcare professionals’ perceptions of the stillbirth and neonatal death post-mortem consent process and findings – a qualitative study (£24,990) David Telling Trust
Anna Pease, Jenny Ingram, Peter Blair, Karen Patrick, Peter Fleming. NIHR Research for Patient Benefit Competition 42. Preventing Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy: an assessment and planning tool for families at increased risk. 15 Months. £144,678.00
Anna Pease and Pete Blair have been awarded a Tier 3 RfPB NIHR grant (£145k) to develop a Safe Infant Sleep Tool.
Tom Allport QR SPF funding from Brigstow Institute, Jenny Ingram sharing PI: Find Your Village: involving children and young people from ethnically diverse backgrounds in improvements to local neighbourhood geography.£7982
Roxanne Parslow: Royal United Hospitals Bath Research Capability Funding. Preparation of an RfPB Grant Application. 01/01/2021- 31/07/2021 (£6,744.48).
Jenny Ingram and Lucy Beasant: 2021- 2022 (16 months). FLASH: Implementation of flash glucose monitoring in four paediatric diabetes clinics – before and after study to produce real world evidence of patient benefit. £145,017. NIHR RfPB.. PI R Kandiyali, Jenny Ingram, Lucy Beasant.
Jenny Ingram: 2021 (9 months) CoCCO: Covid-19 Clinician’s Cohort qualitative study. Assessing the needs and treatment preferences of frontline clinicians. £19757. Southmead Hospital Charity. Jo Daniels (Bath), Jenny Ingram, Elaine Wainwright (Bath Spa), Lali Iyadurai, Edd Carlton (NBT).
Esther Crawley: Sanofi: Exploring the prevalence of Pompe’s disease in patients diagnosed with CFS/ME: £550,000
Jean Golding, Kate Northstone, Yasmin Iles-Caven, Carol Joinson, Abigail Fraser & Matthew Suderman (Joint PIs). Religious belief, health and disease: a family perspective. II. The follow-up and analyses. John Templeton Foundation 61917. £7,986,970. 2021-2026.
Emma Anderson (PI), Amberly Brigden, Anna Davies, Jenny Ingram, Emily Shepherd, Adam Finn: Pregnant in a Pandemic (PiP) Study - maternal vaccine attitudes. Elizabeth Blackwell Institute, UoB, with funding from QR SPF (Quality-Related Strategic Priorities Fund), UKRI Research England. (£1,000) Dec 2020-Feb 2021
Cathy Williams (PI) NIHR - Cerebral Visual Impairment in primary school age children: prevalence, impact and effectiveness of support. £900,000 (2015 – 2020). Extension award in December for approx. £81k
Jenny Ingram: 2020 – 2023: (3 years) ABA-feed: Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Assets-based feeding help before and after birth for improving breastfeeding initiation and continuation. £1,787,790. NIHR Public Health Research Programme; CI: Prof Kate Jolly (Birmingham), Jenny Ingram and co-applicants at 5 UK Universities.
Emma Anderson MAternal Vaccination In the NHS (MAVIS) Study: A mixed methods approach to improving antenatal immunisation rates, focusing on pertussis. NIHR doctoral research fellowship. Supervisors: Christie Cabral, Pete Blair, Adam Finn, Jenny Ingram. (£437,103). Jan 2021-Dec 2024
Anna Pease has been granted a 3.5 month extension to her current funding, worth £16,363.
Anderson E. RCF - ReCLAME Study - Researching CBT and the Lightning Process for Adolescents with ME/CFS - Preparation of an RfPB Grant Application. Bath Royal United Hospital 1/09/2020 to 11/09/2020 (£4,840).
Buser M, Brannlund E, Holt N, Mytton J, Penrhyn Jones S, Leeson L. The art of healing in Kashmir; how creative activities can support child wellbeing in areas of conflict. £125,765. 2020-2021. AHRC GCRF Urgency Grant (Ref AH/V004263/1)
Emma Anderson (PI), Amberly Brigden, Anna Davies, Jenny Ingram: The Pregnant in a Pandemic (PiP) Study: Helping pregnant women adhere to behavioural restrictions. Elizabeth Blackwell Institute Rapid Response Call (COVID-19). £4,797.
Caroline Taylor: 2020- 2025 (60 months). PEAR: Pregnancy, the Environment And nutRition: a mixed methods. Improving the diet of pregnant women. £1,190,296. MRC Fellowship, Research Fellow: Caroline Taylor.
Toity Deave, Professor Candy McCabe (PI) and Dr Nicky Cotterill, (all UWE) have been granted £49,571 from the CRN West of England to build capacity in early career researchers in nursing and midwifery. This will fund 3 interns for 12 months and they have applied for one within the Children's Hospital, one in NBT and one in Bath, each supported by one of them over that period.
Julie Mytton: NIHR Global Health Research Group on Nepal Injury Research Extension Award. £499,637. 2020-2021. NIHR Global Health Research Programme
Anna Pease will be conducting a National Child Safeguarding Practice Systematic Literature Review into Sudden Unexplained Death of Infants (SUDI) in families where the children are considered to be at risk of significant harm. The team members are Dr Anna Pease PI, Prof Peter Fleming PI,Prof Peter Blair, Prof Debbie Watson (at the school of Policy Studies UoB ),Dr Joanna Garstang at U of Warwick ,Dr Cathy Ellis at U of Newcastle. Total grant £24,357.
John Templeton Foundation. Religious belief, health and disease: a family perspective. I. Data collection. PI. Jean Golding. 2019-2021, USD 234,800.
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Programme: £149,000. Measuring Health in Children with CFS/ME: Refinement, application and evaluation of new PROM (PEACH) in routine practice. Esther Crawley and Roxanne Parslow. February 2020-2022
NIHR. Applied Research Collaborations West. £8,999,999. PI John Macleod and Esther Crawley. Theme lead for Child health. Oct 2019 – 2024
British Burns Association (BBA SafeTea- a multimedia campaign to prevent scalds to young children from hot drinks. £12,169 ) A Emond, A Kemp, V Bennett. 2019-2020.
Sands Research Fund, Development of a core outcomes set and identification of outcome measurement tools to improve care and research after stillbirth and neonatal death. £39,954.68, Bakhbakhi D, Burden C, Odd D, Fraser A, Siassakos, D, Hinton M, Lynch M, Merriel A, Timlin L, Davies A, Duffy J, Webbe J, Mullin S (2019)
NIHR RfPB. “CoolCuddle” study: Do parents cuddling babies undergoing cooling therapy for hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy (HIE) affect the cooling process or intensive care? Refinement and evaluation of an intervention protocol. £149,000. E. Chakkarapani, J. Ingram, D. Odd, M. Thoresen, P. Fleming, P. Blair.
Early career research grant "Human Milk: Bodies, Boundaries and Barriers", Bioethics, Biolaw & Biosociety Research Strand of the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute, University of Bristol. £2000. Roxanne Parslow, Anna Pease, Suzanne Doyle Guilloud.
Open Data Institute and the Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International. Value of Data Governance. $25,000. July to December 2019. Felix Ritchie, Damian Whittard, Julie Mytton, Peter Case, Sara Stevano, Susan Newman, Lotta Takala-Greenish and Jonathan Nyengam
NIHR RfPB. Feasibility study for a randomized controlled trial comparing early prescription of near vision glasses against current standard of care for infants with perinatal brain injury. £249,905 Start 1/7/2019 for 24 months. PI Richard Bowman, Co-app Cathy Williams
British Heart Foundation Career Re-Entry Research Fellowship, Childhood diet qualirt and cardiometabolic outcomes in ALSPAC. £172,563 G Buckland
Ensuring financial assurance for the Nepal Injurt Research Centre programme. National Institute for Health Research. £6970, Mytton J 2019-2020
UoB Brigstow Institute for Refugee resilience narrative - feasibility work with Bristol Somali Community. Allport T, £6380