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The CASH Database

The database is the hub of the CASH service. The content can be added, searched and exported to create personalised alerting services for library customers.  There are a number of newsfeeds that can be embedded into external CAS website pages keeping them constantly updated with the latest content.

To search for a specific item enter a keyword that may appear in either the title or summary.

Database entry is very quick and easy, see the Database Quick Guide for further support.

Search Tips

  • Search for the first three words in the title e.g. "Five year forward" will find everything about the Five Year Forward View
  • Browse a category from the drop-down list to see the latest news on that topic

  • Enter a keyword to narrow your search e.g. Category Mental Health and Keyword Parity 

Database Search

TitleSourceYear of publicationAbstract
“Alarming” racial inequality in third vaccine doses for the immunocompromised, Blood Cancer UKBlood Cancer UK2022Blood Cancer UK has condemned the 'alarming' racial inequality in access to third doses of COVID-19...
“Business as usual is not an option”: Prime Minister urged to create new Mental Health Renewal Plan...Centre for Mental Health2020The devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic demands an urgent renewal plan for the...
“Potential to eliminate” cervical cancer in England thanks to NHS Long Term PlanNHS England2019This report shows that due to increases in HIV testing, fewer people remain unaware of their HIV...
“Solidarity II” global serologic study for COVID-19, WHOWHO2020Solidarity II is a global collaboration led by the World Health Organization that promotes the...
“Solidarity” clinical trial for COVID-19 treatments, WHOWHO2020Solidarity” is an international clinical trial to help find an effective treatment for...
“Vaccine Passport” Certification — Policy and Ethical Considerations, NEJMNew England Journal of Medicine 2021Perspective covers the core rationale of these programmes, mixed views and range of competing...
“When will it be over?”: An introduction to viral reproduction numbers, R0 and Re, CEBMCEBM2020The UK Government is regularly reviewing the current lockdown measures, as it is required to do...
•Understanding the societal impact of treatment of early breast cancer: What are the non-clinical...RAND2019This summary report gives a cross-analysis of data gathered through three phases. The first...
1 in 10 men aged 50 have a heart age 10 years older than they are Public Health England 2017 Public Health England’s campaign about heart...
1 in 16 infected with the coronavirus as REACT study records highest rates yet, Imperial College...Imperial College London2022Coronavirus infections in England have climbed to a record level as the REACT programme reports the...