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Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West Midlands

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National Institute for Health Research logoNIHR CLAHRC West Midlands

NIHR CLAHRC West Midlands is a five-year initiative funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and matched funds provided by local health and social services. The initiative builds on the successful CLAHRC for Birmingham and Black Country pilot with a mission to create lasting and effective partnerships across health and social care organisations, universities (Birmingham, Keele and Warwick) to improve the services we can deliver for patient benefit. For more information about us, download our launch document and current list of projects.

CLAHRC Features

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News Blog

CLAHRC WM publishes a fortnightly blog combining news and thought-provoking, enlightening blog posts from our Director and Co-Directors.

Take Part
Take Part

We aim to involve patients and the public in all our research activities.

BITEs
BITEs

Learn more about our findings with our bite-size research summaries.


 

CLAHRC News

Fri 29 Jan '16
NIHR Parliamentary Day

Minister for Life Sciences George Freeman MP hosted the first NIHR Parliamentary Day in Westminster recently. MPs and Peers were invited to learn about the world-class research funded and supported by the NIHR, and how the NIHR has transformed the research environment in England over the past ten years. Click here for more information.

CLAHRC work featured on Cochrane homepage

Work by members of CLAHRC WM Theme 3 has recently been featured on the homepage of the Cochrane Library – Dietary fibre for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease. The authors (Hartley, May, Loveman, Colquitt, Rees) found that there was a beneficial reduction in total cholesterol and LDL ('bad') cholesterol, and diastolic blood pressure with increased fibre intake. The full paper can be read online.

First Inter­CLAHRC Health Economics for Service Delivery Research workshop

On the 20th January 2016, CLAHRC WM hosted the first inter-CLAHRC Health Economics for Service Delivery Research workshop at Kings College London’s Strand Campus. The event aimed to allow CLAHRCs to share their plans and activities in developing the methodology of health economics for service delivery research, and highlight any particular challenges and methodological issues.

CLAHRC Themes

Service Themes
Maternity and Child Health Youth Mental Health Prevention and Detection of Diseases Chronic Diseases
Cross-cutting Themes
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