Research into health and social care takes place within all NHS organisations across Kent, Surrey and Sussex. Below are stories on some of the research that has taken place in our region and the researchers who have delivered studies.
Research shows that medication‐related harm affects one in three older adults following hospital discharge
Kent, Surrey and Sussex tackling antimicrobial resistance through research
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are top recruiters for an oesophageal cancer study
World Hospice and Palliative Care Day – Kent, Surrey and Sussex hospices leading the way in palliative care research
Kent Cancer Consultant wins national award for outstanding contribution to NHS research
How can exercise improve life for men with prostate cancer?
Chichester GP surgery contributing to cancer research
Kent teenagers taking part in world leading NHS meningitis vaccine trial
Pirates in an adventure with children’s autism research
The multiple hats worn by a clinical researcher
Can gardening help people with dementia?
Internet of Things being used in innovative dementia research
Focus on pioneering Sussex dementia research during World Alzheimer’s Month
Dr Lynsey Flowerdew has a passion for research and patient safety
A different approach helps Maidstone hospital be a top recruiting site for wet AMD study
QVH Maxillofacial Prosthetist leading a nationwide survey of prosthetic eye users
Home-grown rare blood disorder research taking place in The Garden of England
World Aids Day 2018 - research into HIV and related conditions taking place in Brighton
Infection prevention research being pioneered by two Surrey NHS Trusts
Kent, Surrey and Sussex top for mental health research
People with mental health challenges helped by research taking place in Sussex
International Nurses Day 2019 - CRN Kent, Surrey and Sussex Primary Care Research Nurses