- Clinical Trials
evidENT has a portfolio of our own trials and projects, but are equally committed to developing the capacity for national research in this field.
For more information please contact Helen Blackshaw.
- Evidence Synthesis
- Health Informatics and Statistics
Working closely with the Farr Institute of Health Informatics London, evidENT uses electronic health records (EHR) from primary and secondary care to measure burden of disease; estimate incidence/prevalence of disease and investigate the variations and impact of current management strategies.
Statistical support is provided from concept through to publication.
For more information please contact Hannah Evans.
- Qualitative Research
evidENT applies qualitative methodology to explore patients, carers and health professionals views and experiences, to enhance our research.
For more information please contact Natalie Bohm.
- Translational Research
evidENT forms a powerful bridge between UCL Ear Institute’s outstanding discovery science and the UCLH Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital’s clinical excellence to move research from the bench into first-in-man clinical studies.
For more information please contact Joanne Palmer
- Patient and Public Involvement
Why get involved?
- Research shapes all the services that are available to you and your family today
- Your involvement will help ensure that our research is relevant, reliable and usable to the people
- You can choose to get involved as much or as little as you like
You can get involved in our research in a variety of ways such as:
- Working with researchers to plan and design their projects
- Commenting on and developing information such as leaflets or questionnaires
- Joining a research panel or steering group
- Helping make sure good research is heard about
You will make a difference by:
- Identifying new topics for research and ensuring that topics are relevant to patients, carers and members of the public
- Making sure that researchers ask the right questions and in a way that is understandable to the public
- Keeping the research on track so that is stays relevant
- Making sure the people being researched are approached in the right way
- Reviewing research proposals for the NIHR research programmes
- Improving the quality of the research by adding another point of view to the design and way that the research is carried out
Become a MEMBER and your involvement can help to:
- Identify what research is important to the NHS and the public
- Influence the way research is planned and carried out
- Improve the experience for people taking part in the research
- Make sure the research is focused and relevant to members of the public
- Make it more likely that people find out about the research
For more information please contact Shoba Dawson.
- Teaching and Students
evidENT’s multidisciplinary team lecture both within the Ear Institute and across UCL and offer work experience placements for students interested in any aspect of ENT, Hearing and Balance research.
For more information please see Contact Us.
- ENT Health Policy/Health Services Research
evidENT work with NICE, Imperial College London Centre for Health Policy, and Department of Health King's College London to conduct ENT Health Services Research.
For more information please contact Rishi Mandavia.