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NIHR CLAHRC Greater Manchester has launched “Our Work; Our Impact”: a new document focusing on the key learning of a number of our key research programmes.
The document is accessible and easy to read for everyone interested in improving how healthcare is delivered in the UK and beyond.
It highlights how we’ve collaborated on projects, as well as what the projects have achieved through showcasing:
Each programme also features a personal perspective from its academic lead describing their involvement and how the programme will help to impact service delivery and patient care in the future.
The document is available to download in PDF format here.
We also have a limited amount of printed versions that are available on request. Please get in touch if you’d like one.
Date Published: 29/01/2019
Strengthening the research skills, processes and resources needed to thrive in our fast-changing healthcare sector.
Developing and assessing applications of both newly-emerging and well-established technologies to help in the prevention and ongoing management of physical disorders.
Working NHS and charity organisations to support family carers and pathways of end-of-life care.
Supporting ongoing learning to maximise the benefits of our research.
Focusing on organisational transformation and integration of care to better meet the needs of the population.
Developing and evaluating a whole-system approach to improving the identification and management of kidney disease in the context of supporting vascular health and addressing vulnerability.
Working in partnership with the Stroke Association to enhance the quality and coordination of care and outcomes for people affected by stroke, including stroke survivors, their carers and families.
Enhancing the quality of care and outcomes for people with complex or chronic wounds, through working in partnership to promote evidence-based practice within NHS community services.
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