NHS waiting times for elective care in England: Fifty-fifth Report of Session 2013–14: Report, together with formal minutes related to the report – House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts

The success of NHS hospital trusts (trusts) in meeting the 18-week waiting time standards for non-emergency care means that patients are waiting less time for treatment, although the challenge of achieving the standards is increasing as demand for trusts’ services

Cost-effectiveness of diagnostic strategies for the management of abnormal uterine bleeding (heavy menstrual bleeding and post-menopausal bleeding): a decision analysis – Health Technology Assessment

For the initial investigation of women presenting to secondary care with Heavy Menstrual Bleaeding (HMB) who do not require preservation of their fertility, our research suggests a choice between outpatient hysteroscopy (OPH) alone or a combination of OPH and global endometrial biopsy (EBx). From our investigation,

The clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of primary human papillomavirus cervical screening in England: extended follow-up of the ARTISTIC randomised trial cohort through three screening rounds – Health Technology Assessment

Human papillomavirus (HPV) testing as an initial screen was significantly more protective over three rounds (6 years) than the current practice of cytology and the use of primary HPV screening could allow a safe lengthening of the screening interval. A

Exploring The Relationships Between Evidence And Innovation In The Context Of Scotland’s Social Services – Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services (IRISS)

Uses theoretical, empirical and practice literatures and case studies to reflect on the links between evidence and innovation in the context of Scotland’s social services. Key finding are: Evidence and innovation can be potentially complementary or antagonistic reform agendas dependent