Health and social care research
Successful professional development in health communications also requires constant innovation. CHCR contributes here in two ways:
- First by undertaking rigorous evidence-based commercial research. As an example CHCR is currently working to investigate the potential of social and digital media tools to facilitate more effective patient self-management, enhance patient outcomes and improve overall cost-effectiveness
- Second by sponsoring and/or undertaking new formal (academic) research into key areas of health communications practice notably interpersonal and reputational.
To learn more about our research services, please contact CHCR’s deputy director, Dr Bill Nichols: Email Bill.