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Jan
25
Birmingham Stroke Survivor Receives Regional Recognition for Contribution to Research

A West Midlands stroke survivor and Network Patient Research Ambassador has received a Highly Commended Life After Stroke Award from the Stroke Association in recognition of her courage and participation in stroke research, as well as her support

Jan
25
Early-career researchers and primary care staff focus of Dementia Research Day

A group of 80 people with an interest in dementia research got tohether for an event in Leeds on January 23.

Jan
25
Birmingham Stroke Survivor Receives Regional Recognition for Contribution to Research

A West Midlands stroke survivor and Network Patient Research Ambassador has received a Highly Commended Life After Stroke Award from the Stroke Association in recognition of her courage and participation in stroke research, as well as her support

Jan
25
New targeted oral treatments for severe asthma to be studied

A study to investigate the effective use of antibiotics to treat certain types of severe asthma is being spearheaded by researchers in Leicester.

Jan
25
Researchers attend primary care event in Buckinghamshire

Healthcare staff supported by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) attended an event on NHS research in GP practices and other community settings.

Jan
25
Researchers attend primary care event in Buckinghamshire

Healthcare staff supported by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) attended an event on NHS research in GP practices and other community settings.

Jan
24
NIHR gives support to international Open Access initiative

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is supportive of the aims and goals of Plan S, to make all publicly funded, peer-reviewed research publications immediately and freely Open Access to the reader.

Jan
24
New research finds that centralised stroke services save more lives

Centralising stroke services reduces mortality rates, shortens the length of hospital stays, and offers lasting improvements, according to research funded by the NIHR.

Jan
24
Investigating the impact of needle and syringe programmes on preventing hepatitis C transmission

Providing clean injecting equipment through needle and syringe programmes is a highly cost-effective way of preventing hepatitis C (HCV) transmission among people who inject drugs and could save millions of pounds in infection treatment costs in t

Jan
23
Exploring the role of community hospitals and patient experience

Researchers have led one of the first major studies to explore the role of community hospitals, patient experience and the relationship these hospitals have with their local communities.