New research has revealed that although people are more confident about discussing death and planning end of life care, millions are risking leaving it too late to do anything about it.
Middle-class professionals are risking serious health problems by using alcohol as a means of stress relief, reward for looking after a family and working full-time, new Fuse research has revealed.
The organisational practices of knowledge mobilisation at top manager level in the NHS
Readable Research – Results at your fingertips…
If you want to read up on a Fuse research project to get an overview of it in straightforward language, then this part of the website, which links to Fuse case studies, is for you.
What is a Fuse case study?
A Fuse case study is written by finding out from the researchers directly involved about the project. Fuse case studies describe aspects of the research, examples of which include, the processes and people involved, the outcomes, and the implications for practice. The aim is to make the projects included more accessible to readers in general.
What Fuse case studies are available now?
Health Trainers – Exploring the processes of client engagement and health behaviour change in the NHS health trainers initiative: a comparative, qualitative study to inform the intervention, development and evaluation
This is an evolving story and, as more case studies are added, a cumulative library of these will be available on web-links from this page.
What if I have a comment or question about a case study?
Comments or questions about any case study may be sent to Avril Rhodes, Knowledge Exchange Broker, at email@example.com or phone on 01642 342757. You can find details of the lead researcher involved with the case study at the end of each case study.
A message to Fuse researchers…
If you are a Fuse researcher, and think that your project would benefit from a case study approach, please get in touch with Avril Rhodes. Case studies aim to make your work more widely read and known, complementing the usual academic publishing methods.