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Clinical Effectiveness Group

We are the Clinical Effectiveness Group at Queen Mary University of London.

We use data-driven research and tools to improve population health in North East London and beyond. More about us.


The software tool was developed by CEG to help GP practices immunise more children against preventable illness. We are urging GPs in North East London to use the updated tool to ensure children are fully protected against polio. 

CEG research has found that only half of patients regularly see the same GP, despite increasing evidence that continuity of care leads to better outcomes. The researchers are calling on policymakers to measure continuity of care as a marker of GP practice quality.

Our collaborative work to reduce strokes in people with atrial fibrillation by increasing the use of life-saving anticoagulant medications has been nominated for an HSJ Patient Safety Award.