CLAHRC: Maternal and child health

Clinician's often help collect research data, but less common is feeding back the patterns, trends and outcomes associated with the data. The study will focus on reducing harmful exposures (such as smoking) in utero; improving infant and child feeding and reducing obesity; improving maternal mental health and improving access to health and social care services. The programme will provide tailored feedback to local service providers and commissioners and in doing so will promote engagement with the research and development agenda, process and outcomes in Leeds and Bradford and help reduce inequalities.

Funding

Funder(s): National Institute For Health Research 
Start Date: 01-Oct-2008
Expiry Date: 30-Sep-2013

Members

Internal staff

Public Health and Society Research in the Department of Health Sciences