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Evaluating the Diversion of Alcohol-Related Attendances (EDARA)

Evaluating the Diversion of Alcohol-Related Attendances (EDARA)

Funder: National Institute for Health Research Health Services and Delivery Research Programme

This project will evaluate the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, efficiency and acceptability of Alcohol Intoxication Management Services (AIMS) in managing alcohol-related Emergency Departments’ attendances. AIMS are designed to receive, treat and monitor intoxicated patients who would normally attend Emergency Departments and to lessen the burden that alcohol-misuse places on unscheduled care. They are usually located close to areas characterised by excessive intoxication and are open at times when levels of intoxication peak (eg Friday and Saturday evenings). AIMS therefore offer the potential to mitigate some of the pressures on Emergency Departments as well as ambulance services and the police at times when there is a sustained increase in demand.

Open Source Communications Analytics Research (OSCAR) Development Centre

Open Source Communications Analytics Research (OSCAR) Development Centre

Anti-Social Behaviour In South Wales: 1. An Evaluation Of A Risk Assessment Pilot For Registered Social Landlords.

Anti-Social Behaviour In South Wales: 1. An Evaluation Of A Risk Assessment Pilot For Registered Social Landlords.