|Dates||Title of Grant and Co-investigators.||Awarding Body||£|
|2001 - 2002||The effect of health information on the Internet on the doctor-patient relationship||Commonwealth Fund / Harkness Fellowship in Health Care Policy||$75,000|
|2002 - 2007|
Interactive Health Communication Applications for people with chronic disease
|Department of Health National Career Scientist Award||£681,345|
|2003||Interactive Health Communication Applications for people with chronic disease: A systematic review. Co-investigators: I. Nazareth, S. See Tai.||Department of Health*||£14,820|
|2003 - 2004||Interactive Health Communication Applications for people with chronic disease: A systematic review. Co-investigators: I. Nazareth, S. See Tai.||North Central Thames Primary Care Research Network*||£16,563|
|*Jointly awarded to fund same study|
|2003 - 2004|
Why do patients use interactive health communication applications, and what criteria do they use for assessing the quality of the applications? Co-investigators: I. Nazareth, F. Stevenson.
|BUPA Foundation for Medical Research||£45,215|
|2005 - 2008|
Interactive Internet Interventions to improve the sexual health of teenagers. Co-investigators: J. Bailey, I. Nazareth, G. Rait, F. Stevenson.
|North Central London Research Consortium||£45,590|
|2006 - 2009|
How does an Internet Intervention help patients with Coronary Heart Disease achieve better health? Co-investigators: I. Nazareth, F. Stevenson, D. Gustafson, F. MacTavish, D. Patterson.
|BUPA Foundation for Medical Research||£80,332|
|2006 - 2008|
The attitudes of health care professionals to e-health technologies and services, and the identification of strategies to support increased uptake. PI = F. Mair, Co-investigators = C. May, T. Finch, K. O'Donnell, F. Sullivan, P. Wallace.
|Service Delivery and Organisation||£299,997|
|2006 - 2009||On-line randomised controlled trial of a fully interactive web-based intervention for reducing excessive alcohol consumption. PI = P. Wallace, Co-investigators = S. Thompson, C. Godfrey, S. Linke, J. McCambridge.||National Prevention Research Initiative / Medical Research Council||£335,364|
|2008 - 2011|
IES Platform: Are interactive computer-based interventions effective in promoting sexual behaviour change in young people? Intervention development and optimisation of trial parameters. PI = J. Bailey, Co-investigators = G. Hart, I. Nazareth, C. Free, G. Rait, T. Roberts
|Medical Research Council||£511,514|
|2008 - 2011|
Use of the Normalisation Process Model in developing and evaluating complex interventions: Peer Learning Group. Co-investigator = C. May
|National Institute of Health Research School of Primary Care Research||£17,820|
|2008 - 2010|
Developing and evaluating pathways of care for people with alcohol misuse disorders in Kingston. Co-PI = S. Linke
|Kingston Primary Care Trust||£79,764|
|2009 - 2010|
Adaptive e-Learning to improve dietary behaviour: Systematic review. PI = P. Edwards, Co-investigators = S. Michie, E. Ferguson, C. Free, K. Lock, A. Miners.
|Health Technology Assessment Board||£265,214|
|2009 - 2010|
Normalising new technologies: building a web-enabled toolkit for implementation practitioners
|Economic and Social Research Council||£100,000|
|2010 - 2011|
Computer-based self-management programmes for adults with type 2 diabetes: Cochrane Systematic Review. Co-PI = K. Pal, Co-investigators = S. Michie, R. Peacock, M. Barnard, A. Farmer.
|National Institute of Health Research School of Primary Care Research||£68,869|
|2010 - 2011|
Qualitative evaluation of an innovative online service for hazardous and harmful drinkers (DYD Kingston). Co-investigators = S. Conroy, S. Linke, F. Stevenson.
|National Institute of Health Research School of Primary Care Research||£29,788|
|2010 - 2011|
Sexual health outcome measurement: online questionnaire development, validation and piloting. PI = J. Bailey, Co-investigators = G. Hart, A. Copas, G. Feder.
|National Institute of Health Research School of Primary Care Research||£59,322|
|2011 - 2016|
Development, Evaluation and Implementation of a web-based self-management programme for people with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Co-investigators = K. Pal, S. Michie, F. Stevenson, M. Barnard, C. May, J. Inniss, S. Thompson, L. Yardley, A. Farmer, B. Fisher, D. Patterson, P. Wallace, R. Peacock, C. Godfrey, M. Boazman.
|National Institute of Health Research||£2million|
|2012 - 2014|
From evidence to practice: addressing the translation gap for complex
interventions in primary care. Co-investigators = P. Ong, K. Dziedzic, S. Eldridge, H. Everitt, G. Feder, A. Kennedy, E. Kontopantelis, P. Little, N. Qureshi, A. Rogers, F.Stevenson, S. Treweek.
|National Institute of Health Research School of Primary Care Research||£341,263|
|2012 - 2014|
Embedding effective renal care: Understanding and improving the management of chronic kidney disease in primary care. PI = A. Kennedy, Co-I = G. Feder, T. Blakeman, J. Protheroe, L. Locock, J. Horwood.
|National Institute of Health Research School of Primary Care Research||£175,000|
|2011 - 2014|
Improving the normalization of complex interventions: developing quantitative measures for users based on Normalisation Process Theory. PI = T Finch, Co-I = C May, T Rapley, E Kaner, F Mair, S Treweek, I Steen.
|Economic and Social Research Council||£436,420|
|2012 - 2013||Views on drinking and its consequences. PI = Z Khadjesari,||National Institute of Health Research School of Primary Care Research||£30,000|
|2012 - 2015|
Crucible Studentship, jointly with A Blandford
|2012 - 2013||Health on the Web RCT. Joint PI with Z Khadjesari.||National Institute of Health Research School of Primary Care Research||£75,468.|
|2012 - 2013|
Self-management support interventions to reduce health care utilisation without compromising outcomes: a rapid synthesis of the evidence. PI = P Bower.
|NIHR Service, Delivery and Organisation Programme||£152,000|
|2013 - 2015|
An interactive computer-based intervention to increase condom use: intervention development and pilot trial. PI = Julia Bailey
|NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme||£507,017|
|2013 - 2014||Community-based undergraduate medical education: Systematic Review|
National Institute of Health Research School of Primary Care Research
|2013 - 2015||Sexual health promotion delivered by digital media: a scoping study||NIHR Public Health Research Programme||£271,109|
Development and evaluation of a web-based decision and safety planning aid for women experiencing
domestic violence (I-DECIDE).
PI = K Hegarty, University of Melbourne
|Australian Research Council|
|2013 - 14|
Feasibility study of electronic screening and brief intervention for alcohol misuse in public sector workplace settings
|Alcohol Research UK||£52,000|
|2014 - 2017|
A randomised trial of a clinical prediction tool for targeting depression care.
PI = J Gunn, University of Melbourne
|Australian National Health and Medical Research Council||AUD 907,277|
|2014 - 2019||Integrating Digital Interventions into Patient Self-Management Support||NIHR Programme for Applied Health Research||£2,000,000|
|2014 - 2019||North Thames CLAHRC; the DIAMOND Feasibility Trial (Digital Alcohol Management on Demand).||NIHR CLAHRC||£9,000,000|
|2015 - 2016||Online structured education with email facilitation for people with type 2 diabetes: pilot study||NIHR School of Primary Care Research||£30,000|
|2016 - 19||Implementation of a Relatives Toolkit (IMPART study): Examining the critical success factors, barriers and facilitators to implementation of an online self-management intervention in the NHS. PI = Fi Lobban, University of Lancaster||HS&DR||£590,094|
An online randomised controlled trial to evaluate the clinical and cost effectiveness of a peer supported self-management intervention for relatives of people with psychosis or bipolar disorder: Relatives
Education And Coping Toolkit (REACT). PI = Fi Lobban, University of Lancaster
|2016 - 18||Patients' and primary care professionals' views on, and preferences for, a digital diabetes prevention programme (DDPP) among individuals at high risk of developing diabetes||NIHR School of Primary Care Research||£50,124|
|2016 - 17|
Inter-Txt2Heart trial pilot: International trial to evaluate efficacy and safety of text message to improve adherence to cardiovascular medications in secondary prevention.
|Global Health Trials||£151,352|
|2016 - 18|
Harnessing resources from the internet to maximise outcomes from GP consultations (HaRI): a qualitative study.
|NIHR School of Primary Care Research||£263,629|
|2017 - 2022||Program for Effective mHealth interventions in under-resourced settings for adolescents- POWERTXT||Wellcome Trust India Alliance||INR 40,764,617|
|2017 - 2021|
Therapist guided, parent-assisted remote digital behavioural intervention for tics in children and
adolescents with Tourette syndrome: an internal pilot study and single-blind randomised controlled trial
|2017 - 2022||UCL and King's Integrated Policy Research Unit for Mental Health|
DH Policy Research Unit
(confirmation of funding, but contract not signed).
|1.1.2018 - 31.12.2022||NIHR MindTech MedTech and In vitro Diagnostic Co-operative||NIHR; confirmation of funding but contract not signed.||£1,359,127|
|1.10.2017 - 30.9.2020||Improving the evidence base for primary care: NIHR Evidence Synthesis working group||NSPCR||£1,912,967|
|2018 - 2019||Developing a digital toolkit to support patients with oesophageal cancer and their health care professionals||MacMillan||£100,000|