Home Our research Institute connected communities icc Our Projects Hero Carousel We work with public health institutions from all over the world, with strong links to the NHS and local authority organisations in the UK. Please note that this site is under construction. All project summaries are under review and new ones will be added regularly until we are up-to-date. Current and Recently Completed Reports Assessing the Social Return on Investment of Highway House, a Homeless Shelter in HaringeyCo-designing a community-based diabetes services responsive to the needs of children and young peopleConsultancy for Barts Health Trust Youth Diabetes Champion ProjectEvaluation of Clinical Skills Training Course for Nursing Home StaffEvaluation of the RSPH Youth Health Champion Award (Consultancy)Evidence review of barriers to, and facilitators of, community engagement approaches and practices in the UK (for NICE Guidelines)Keep Me Safe in Europe: a co-produced e-learning tool for young people on neglect and abuseSocial Prescribing (Intro)Social prescribing: integrating GP and community assets for health (Shine Award)An evaluation of Newham's Community Prescribing Scheme: stakeholder views and experiencesNewham Community Prescribing pilot project: analysis of pre and post data of changes in health outcomes in diabetic and pre-diabetic patientsValuing students' assets and nurturing ambitions: the role of East London Time BankWorking longer: paid employment beyond age 65 years Completed Projects (Selected) Achieving equity in access to antenatal care: A pilot and development study to understand and overcome the barriers Eastern European Needs Assessment (EENA) in Barking and Dagenham Effects of schools and school-environment interventions on health: evidence mapping and syntheses Evaluation of the Rajiv Aarogyasri Health Insurance Scheme Everybody on Board: increasing the participation and improving the health of disadvantaged people in Rotterdam and London Mapping exercise to inform the development of a pilot programme of Integrated Case Management for Havering PCT Madhya Pradesh State Illness Assistance Fund: A Rapid Review Models of creative enterprise centres: characteristics, local impact and sustainability Reversing the Tide: HIV/AIDS in Central Asia Towards Universal Health Care in India. Developing a new model of primary care in Kerala You may also be interested in... Institute for Connected Communities (ICC) Our current work We offer research and evaluation, consultancy, short teaching and training courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, training and bespoke Continuing Professional Development for the public and third sectors and industry, student placements, research internships and supervision of PhD students. Our Team Our ICC team have a unique range of experience and expertise including world leading academics from health, criminology and cybercriminology, psychology, sociology cyberpsychology, policing and law working across the University and wider society. ICC Evaluation Unit The ICC Evaluation Unit offers project evaluation; qualitative and quantitative data (including Big Data) analysis; devising and delivering CPD courses in research or professional areas and delivery of events. Experts @ UEL is a platform for staff to offer their expertise to industry, business and community groups showcasing UEL research strengths Our Vision and Mission Our vision is to be at the forefront of research into the human aspects of cybercrime and online harms, and to contribute to community and social wellbeing – locating the Institute for Connected Communities (ICC) at the centre of community and international research in the offline and online spheres.