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NIHR Commissioned Funding Opportunities: Improving the quality of care in care homes and GP's in emergency departments

The HS&DR commissioned workstream focuses on evaluating models of service delivery and interventions which have the potential to improve service effectiveness, efficiency and productivity. Further details on the themed calls can be assessed via the funders website links below: 68 more words

Funding Opportunities

NIHR begins roll out of mandatory ORCID iD requirement

From today (Wednesday 23 September 2015) , a digital identifier that distinguishes researchers – an ORCID iD – will become mandatory for all new NIHR personal award applications. 185 more words

Institutional Repository Manager

Patients and researchers - sparring partners not hostile combatants

I am in Helsinki, Finland, for a few days this week, sitting on a review panel for the ‘Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research.’  It is the first time that this programme has involved patients in its review process for funding research so it feels a bit of a milestone moment.  526 more words

Medical Research

NIHR revamps another route for patients, carers and the public to submit their ideas for research

Making sure that research funded by the NIHR, charities and industry reflects the needs and priorities of patients, carers and the public is one of the most important agendas in public involvement. 340 more words

Medical Research

NIHR Public Health Research Funding Opportunities

    NIHR Public Health Research (PHR) themed calls have been released.

The PHR programme funds research that evaluates public health interventions, providing new knowledge on the benefits, costs and the wider impact of non-NHS interventions. 80 more words

Funding Opportunities

Announcement of new contract for @NIHRINVOLVE awarded to the University of Southampton

Herewith a copy of the announcement that you will also find on the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and INVOLVE websites to day about the award of the new INVOLVE contract.  540 more words


Self-harm in Primary Care

By Carolyn Chew-Graham

Professor of General Practice Research, IPCHS, Keele University

On 15th July, Carol Rhodes and I attended a dissemination event in Manchester with Judith, Carol and Theresa who have worked with researchers at Keele and Manchester on an NIHR Public Health funded study. 305 more words