Global recognition for InSpired Health Outcomes.
David Churchman
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Global recognition for InSpired Health Outcomes.

InSpired Health Outcomes has been granted the recognition by leading sector publication, Life Sciences Review. As a business, of less than a year-old, this is immensely gratifying and testament to the hard work of the team.

New we may be, but between us we have decades of experience in the design, development, testing and validation of new Clinical Outcome Assessments – COAs. We also handle the management, licensing, promotion, translation and eCOA migration of new and existing COAs.

Our award came in part, in recognition of the successes we have already achieved. This includes being among a prestigious group of researchers to win £1.6m funding from the National Institute for Health and Care Research, to develop a new Patient Reported Outcome measure (or PROM) to measure the impacts of certain surgical treatments on women’s health. The study – called APPRAISE - aims to properly understand and assess women’s full range of experiences following surgery for prolapse, incontinence and mesh complications.

We have also secured a consultancy commission to provide expert advice to our client, Oxford University Innovation Limited, on a new PROM applied to knee orthopaedics.

Our team, led by Dr David Churchman, is born of a heritage based at the University of Oxford, and we hope this recognition is the shape of things to come.

Read the full article about us, in Life Sciences Review in the link below.

For any information about COAs – new or existing – please get in touch with the team @

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