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Jan
07
Research and innovation in the NHS 10-year plan

The NIHR welcomes the Long Term NHS Plan and is committed to working with the NHS to drive medical advances by ensuring research and innovation is an integral part of its future.

Jan
07
Automated phone calls may help patients to take medicines correctly

Research funded by the NIHR has suggested that automated phone calls could be effective at helping patients to take their medicines as prescribed.

Jan
07
Young People’s Advisory Group, Kent Surrey & Sussex Celebrates its first year

An enthusiastic group of children and young people from Kent, Surrey and Sussex are shaping research which affects them and others.

Jan
07
Faulty sperm could have a role in recurrent miscarriage

Multiple miscarriage may be linked to the level of DNA damage in a man’s sperm, suggests research supported by the NIHR.

Jan
07
Young People’s Advisory Group, Kent Surrey & Sussex Celebrates its first year

An enthusiastic group of children and young people from Kent, Surrey and Sussex are shaping research which affects them and others.

Jan
07
NIHR Leaders Represented in the Queen’s New Year's Honours List 2019

NIHR Leaders Represented in the Queen’s New Year's Honours List 2019

Jan
07
AHP Research Champion for the East Midlands revealed

Dr Katie Robinson has recently become AHP Research Champion for the East Midlands. Here, she explains what she'll be looking to achieve.

Jan
07
The multiple hats worn by a clinical researcher

Researchers are known as multi-taskers and it is not surprising that they hold many roles within NHS and academic research. Today, we profile our specialty lead for critical care based at our Host trust.

Jan
04
Wessex awards shortlist revealed

The final shortlist of nominees for the 2019 Clinical Research Network Wessex awards has been revealed, with 33 nominees from across primary, community and secondary healthcare settings in Wessex.

Jan
04
‘Happy’ Children for air pollution research

A £2.7m ground breaking study into the effects of traffic pollution on children’s health, is already halfway to targets - and children are loving taking part.