Research - Published results
Studies that WHMP patients were a part of and have now published their results
ANTLER - A placebo controlled study to look at whether remaining on (or coming off) anti-depressants reduced relapses of depression
GP Perspectives Study - This was a study of GP attitudes and understanding, to help improve clinician education about endometriosis. At WHMP all departments participate in research like this because we are passionate about our roles.
HOPE-e - This was a pilot study looking at how we might be able to treat painful hand arthritis with HRT. WHMP patients were involved in the study, as were the doctors, helping the study team refine the trial protocol for a much larger study in the future.
Psychological Impact of COVID - This was a study that many of our patients were involved in, by replying to a text link questionnaire. Over 28000 adults took part across the UK, with interesting insights into what affected mental health during the 2020 lockdown period.
STOIC - A world-leading study that proved inhaled steroids can reduce COVID illness severity and hospital admissions in some patients. WHMP and our patients were part of the hugely significant study that we are especially proud of.