Diverse paediatric early warning (PEW) systems are used in acute healthcare settings in the UK, to help staff identify early signs of clinical deterioration in patients and facilitate timely intervention. The Healthcare Improvement Studies commissioned RAND Europe to conduct a rapid review of the evidence on the use of UK PEW scores and systems and to identify learning relevant for potential efforts to standardise practice.
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RAND Europe was commissioned by Wellcome to analyse the role and contribution of the Sanger Institute and the Wellcome Genome Campus within the field of genetics and genomics, set within the context of four comparator organisations.
Cyber Threats to NATO from a Multi-Domain Perspective January 12, 2021
This paper situates cyber threats in the wider context of evolving multi-domain operations (MDO) theory and practice.
The Impact of New and Emerging Technologies on the Cyber Threat Landscape and Their Implications for NATO January 12, 2021
This paper discusses a selection of new and emerging technologies with potentially disruptive effects, particularly concerning cyber threats that may stem from their maturation and use over the next decade.
Arts-based approaches to public engagement with research: Lessons from a rapid review January 11, 2021
There is growing interest in approaches to public engagement with research that use the arts to facilitate engagement. However, there is a lack of systematic and consolidated learning about how they work and about their effectiveness. To help respond to this gap in the knowledge base, The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute commissioned RAND Europe to conduct a rapid review of the evidence on the use and effectiveness of such approaches.