Aims and strategy
To generate high quality evidence based on strong applied prognosis research, evidence synthesis and methodological innovation in order to support patients’ and clinicians’ decision-making, improve patient outcomes, and increase efficiency of health care.
In order to achieve these aims the Centre focuses on three areas of activity:
- design, conduct, and support applied clinical prognosis studies and evidence synthesis, driven by strong collaborative research teams of clinicians and methodologists: Applied Prognosis Research
- conduct cutting-edge methodological research, particularly novel statistical methods for the design, analysis and synthesis of prognosis studies, analysis of individual participant data (IPD), and use of electronic health records in research
- develop and deliver training and capacity building in methods of prognosis research and evidence synthesis [ courses]