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Reflections from the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) annual doctoral training camp: A blog by PhD student Sarah Hoare

How to ensure research findings are heard Taking up training opportunities as a PhD student on a strict timescale can be challenging. Deep in analysis on my end-of-life care study, I even deliberated when offered a place at the flagship National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) annual doctoral training camp. […]

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Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement: NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care Annual Reports 2014/15

NIHR CLAHRC (Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement) PPIE reports are now publicly available on the NIHR website Publishing these reports begins to address one of the recommendations of the recent strategic review of public involvement in the NIHR: Recommendation 9 – Coordination: All NIHR Coordinating Centres and infrastructure organisations should have […]

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CLAHRCs -“World class research making a difference” – a new NIHR publication

The latest NIHR CLAHRC publication ‘World research making a difference’ illustrates the impact of CLAHRC research on improved outcomes for patients and the NHS. ‘World research making a difference’ introduces highlights of the CLAHRC programme to date, showcasing successful examples of CLAHRC work and outlining the impact the research has had and will continue […]

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Research with Patient and Public Involvement: The RAPPORT study published

The RAPPORT research team are delighted announce that the report “ReseArch with Patient and Public invOlvement: a RealisT evaluation – the RAPPORT study” has been published in the Health Services and Delivery Research journal on the NIHR Journals Library website. The study set out to find evidence showing whether or not Patient and Public Involvement […]

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Community Services from the Eastern Region Roadmapping Research Priorities

Identifying Regional Research Priorities Using Roadmapping Techniques The roadmapping event built on an earlier CLAHRC EoE workshop held in January 2015 which brought together community providers from across the Eastern Region.  This first workshop was attended by twenty representatives from four different community services providers and included medical directors, research […]

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The Health Foundation: Behavioural Insights Research Programme

The Health Foundation are pleased to announce their new research funding opportunity. The Health Foundation‘s new Behavioural Insights Research Programme aims to support research over a two to three year time-frame that designs, tests and evaluates behavioural interventions that can improve efficiency and reduce waste in health care services in the […]

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Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative: Explorer Awards

The Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) seeks to improve the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders by funding innovative research of the greatest quality and relevance. Objective of the SFARI Explorer Awards: This award program is designed to enhance the SFARI’s existing support of autism research by providing timely […]

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