Seniors USP: Understanding Sedentary Patterns.
Skelton DA, Deary I, Derr G, Wyke S, Chastin S, Dall P, Greig C, Mutrie N, Fitzsimons C, Gray C, Sattar N, Gill J, Starr J, Mead G. Funded by the Medical Research Council LLHW, £570,000.
ProFouND - Prevention of Falls Network for Dissemination.
Todd C, Skelton DA, Becker C, Helbostad Jand 22 EU partners. GCU leads on one Workpackage within Network. Funded by the European Commission: ICT PSP 6: Thematic Network, €1 million.
Promoting Physical independence by involving users in rehabilitation through dynamic visualisations of movement data.Rowe P, MacDonald A, Baillie L, Skelton D, Ballinger C (University of Southampton), Rochester L (Newcastle University) and Howe T. Funded by MRC - LLHW Ph2, £1,100,000.
Clinical and cost-effectiveness of surgical options for the management of anterior and/or posterior vaginal wall prolapse: a randomised trial (PROSPECT).
Glazener C, Smith A, Bain C, Freeman R, Cooper K, Grant A, Norrie J, Hagen S and Vale L. Funded by National Institute of Health Research - Health Technology Assessment, £2,200,000.
A multi-centre cluster trial in primary care comparing a community group exercise programme with home based exercise and with usual care for people aged 65 and over.
Iliffe S, S See-Tai S, Kendrick D, Skelton D, Dinan S, Masud T, Morris R, Gage H and Bowling A. Funded by National Institute of Health Research - Health Technology Assessment, £1,500,000.
ICONS: Identifying Continence OptioNs after Stroke.
Watkins C, Campbell C, Thomas L, Cheater FM, Barrett J, Roe B, Sutton C, Leathely M, Carter B, Brittain K, Burton C and Booth J. Funded by National Institute of Health Research - Programme Grant, £1,190,051.
The development of a decision tool to assist with the management of urinary incontinence in women in the community.
Dowding D, Cheater FM, Booth J, Watt I, Horseman R, Bland M and Torgeson D. Funded by NIHR - Research for Patient Benefit Programme, £249,576.
A multi-centre randomised controlled trial of a pelvic floor muscle training intervention for women with pelvic organ prolapse.
Hagen S, Stark D, Glazener C, Sinclair L, Norrie J and Wilson D. Funded by Chief Scientists Office, Scotland, £310,000.
A survey of pre-registration education in continence: is it sufficient for this growing patient population?
McClurg D, Hagen S and Cheater FM. Funded by Dunhill Medical Trust, £100,000.
Multicentre Randomised Controlled Trial of Pelvic Floor Muscle Training to Prevent Pelvic Organ Prolapse in Women (PREVPROL).
Hagen S, McClurg D, Glazener C, Bain C, MacArthur C, Toozs-Hobson P, Wilson D, Herbison P and Hay-Smith J. Funded by Wellbeing of Women, £148,800.
A Prospective exploration of the experiences and factors affecting the continuity of use of intermittent self-catheterisation in people with MS.
McClurg D, Hagen S et al. Funded by MS Society, £136,849.