Inclusion Health relevant research grants supported by the UCL CCIH
2019 Raising the profile of Excluded Populations - UCL Grand Challenges £2.5k
2019 - 2022 A mixed-method evaluation of peer advocacy intervention for people experiencing homelessness. NIHR £0.6M
2018 - 2023 Health Data Research UK - London. £6.9M
2018 - 2023 Research to Improve the Detection and Treatment of Latent Tuberculosis Infection (RID-TB) NIHR PGFAR £2M
2018 - 2019 Using animation to capture the healthcare experiences of people in prison: an engagement tool for clinicians - Wellcome Trust Public Engagement Grant Scheme
2017 - 2019 Integrated approach to cardiovascular disease in homeless individuals. NIHR £0.1M
2016 - 2018 A Comparative Study of Hospital Discharge Arrangements for Homeless People in England NIHR £0.6M
2016 - 2017 Establishing a UCL Inclusion Health Network - UCL Grand Challenges £4k
2011 - 2015 UCL NIHR School for Public Health Research - £2.2M
2010 - 2016 Improving the management and control of TB in hard to reach groups. NIHR £2.5M
Inclusion Health relevant research fellowships supported by the UCL CCIH
Informing health services for people who use heroin and crack. NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship, Dan Lewer.
Using telemedicine to improve access, cost, and quality of secondary care for people in prison: feasibility study. NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship, Chantal Edge.
Improving Hepatitis C linkage to care and treatment in homeless populations using novel technologies. NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship, Binta Sultan.
Sexual and Reproductive Health of Underserved Women. Welcome Clinician Scientist Fellowship, Neha Pathak.
Rapid HIV testing in the Dental Setting: an acceptability and feasibility study. NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship, Janine Doughty
Preventing health problems among people experiencing homelessness: a mixed-methods study. NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship, Serena Luchenski.