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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.


CEG-led research into the experiences of families whose children were categorised as ‘overweight’ and ‘very overweight’ suggests the National Child Measurement Programme may be at risk of harming the children it aims to help.

In an invited comment as part of The Lancet Series on racism, xenophobia, discrimination, and health, Rohini Mathur and international co-authors write that high-quality data on race and ethnicity are pivotal in redressing the historical under representation of diverse populations in clinical research. 

CEG is providing intelligence to inform the logistics of the immunisation campaign and software tools to ease the burden for GPs. Read the news story, or visit our campaign page for information about our resources for GP practices.