We are pleased to announce that the NIHR HIC Renal Transplantation Theme has published a new paper titled ‘Incidence, Risk Factors, and Effect on Allograft Survival of Glomerulonephritis Post-transplantation in a United Kingdom Population: Cohort Study’ which is available at Frontiers in Nephrology.
We are pleased to announce that the NIHR HIC Colorectal Cancer Theme has published a new paper titled ‘Establishing a colorectal cancer research database from routinely collected health data: the process and potential from a pilot study’ which is available at BMJ Health and Care Informatics.
We are also pleased to share a blog from the Patient and Public Group (PPG) of Bowel Cancer Intelligence UK (BCI-UK) who work closely with the NIHR HIC Colorectal Cancer team and have reviewed this paper and offered their opinion, which is available here. Many thanks to all who contributed to this review.
NIHR HIC – Viral Hepatitis Theme publishes paper in the International Journal of Epidemiology (IJE).
We are pleased to announce that the NIHR HIC Viral Hepatitis Theme has published a new paper titled ‘Cohort Profile: National Institute for Health Research Health Informatics Collaborative: Hepatitis B Virus (NIHR HIC HBV) Research Dataset’ which is available at International Journal of Epidemiology (IJE)
We are pleased to announce that the NIHR HIC Cardiovascular Theme has published a paper titled ‘Prognostic Significance of Ventricular Arrhythmias in 13 444 Patients With Acute Coronary Syndrome: A Retrospective Cohort Study Based on Routine Clinical Data (NIHR Health Informatics Collaborative VA‐ACS Study)‘ which is available in the Journal of the American Heart Association
We are pleased to announce that the NIHR HIC Cardiovascular Theme has published a paper titled ‘Mortality risk prediction of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein in suspected acute coronary syndrome: A cohort study’ which is available in Plos Medicine.
The Viral Hepatitis Theme won a poster prize for the NIHR HIC HBV cohort profile that was submitted at The Federation of Infection Societies (FIS) Conference 2021. The abstract is available on the conference website (No. 167) and the poster is publicly accessible via F1000.
A new NIHR HIC Myeloma data collaboration has been established by Dr Sally Moore (OUH), Dr Rakesh Popat (UCLH) and Dr Matthew Jenner (UHS) in partnership with Myeloma UK. See news story on the Myeloma UK website, link available here.
We are pleased to welcome our 28th collaborator, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to the NIHR HIC, further information about the Trust is available at https://www.liverpoolft.nhs.uk/.
We are pleased to welcome our 26th collaborator, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (CAVUHB) to the NIHR HIC, further information about CAVUHB is available at https://cavuhb.nhs.wales.
We are pleased to announce that the NIHR HIC Viral Hepatitis Theme has published its second paper, titled ‘Bimodal distribution and set point HBV DNA viral loads in chronic infection: retrospective analysis of cohorts from the UK and South Africa’ which is available on the Wellcome Open Research website.