The National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (NIHR CLAHRC) Greater Manchester is a partnership between providers and commissioners from the NHS, industry, the third sector and the University of Manchester.
We aim to improve the health of people in Greater Manchester and beyond through carrying out research and putting it into practice.
Please take your time to have a look around at all of our work and our resources that are freely available to download.
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17 JULY 2018
Assessing the value of behaviour change ‘at scale’: the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme
21 JUNE 2018
New research highlights what it takes to introduce a new Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Alert system into everyday practice
21 AUGUST 2018
Learning from the emergence of NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs): a systematic review of evaluations
9 AUGUST 2018
Tailoring lifestyle interventions to lowsocio-economic populations: a qualitativestudy
6 AUGUST 2018
Strategies, facilitators and barriers to implementation of evidence-based practice in community nursing: a systematic mixed-studies review and qualitative synthesis
19 AUGUST 2018 09:25
RT @UoMPolicy: Using #evidence to inform better standards - Our colleague and @CLAHRC_GM researcher Paul Wilson (@pmw777) blogs on the oppo…
17 AUGUST 2018 08:22
RT @SocSimon: New paper just published, taking on the institutional theorists with @gore_oz @jhrhammond @khcheck @damian_hodgson open acce…
17 AUGUST 2018 06:06
RT @UoMPolicy: Research from @CLAHRC_GM adds to the case for a national #wound care strategy. Find out more about the issue, and the eviden…