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Jan
23
New Primary Care Strategy Launched

NHS North of England Commissioning Support Unit (NECS), and National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network North East and North Cumbria (NIHR CRN NENC), together have produced a new strategy to help improve the quantity and bread

Jan
23
Mental health stigma worse in London and south of England

New research from the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre suggests that people living in London and the south of England have more negative attitudes towards mental health problems than those in other areas of the country.

Jan
22
Clinical Research Network North West Coast Appoint New Chair

Clinical Research Network Appoint New Chair

Jan
22
Join Dementia Research is taking over Bristol’s Ujima Radio!

Local people across Bristol can find out how to get involved in essential dementia research and about the services available to people with dementia across the city by tuning in to Bristol’s Ujima Radio Morning Show on 29 January at 10am

Jan
22
New blood tests for TB could help accelerate diagnosis

A new rapid blood test could enhance the way NHS doctors detect or rule out tuberculosis (TB), an NIHR-funded study has found.

Jan
22
Research Career Strategy Launched for Trainee Doctors & Dentists

Together with Newcastle University and Health Education England North East (HEE NE), the CRN NENC have produced a new strategy aimed at trainee doctors and dentists to inform them of research careers and opportunities in the region.

Jan
22
New blood tests for TB could help accelerate diagnosis

A new rapid blood test could enhance the way NHS doctors detect or rule out tuberculosis (TB), an NIHR-funded study has found.

Jan
22
Molecular profiling could catch lung cancer early and lead to new treatments

NIHR researchers have undertaken the world’s first genetic sequencing of precancerous lung lesions, a development that could pave the way for very early detection and new treatments.

Jan
21
Researchers explore whether remediation programmes can help underperforming doctors

Researchers funded by the NIHR are evaluating whether medical remediation programmes can help doctors who are underperforming improve in their roles.

Jan
21
Collaboration between Join Dementia Research and Bristol Dementia Wellbeing Service aims to raise registrations

Colloboratoinm between services designed to help people in Bristol with diagnosis of dementia