We are the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (NIHR CLAHRC). Our research and implementation programme, funded by the NIHR and Partner organisations is now in its final year. Our impact so far illustrates our success in improving the health of the people of Wessex and the quality and cost-effectiveness of health care.
Patient and public involvement (PPI) is vital to the success of the CLAHRC, find out how you can get involved.Find out more >
The data science team provide methodological expertise and input to the CLAHRC programmes of research and implementation.Find out more >
Read about our projects within our six research and implementation theme areas here.Find out more >
Best of CLAHRC Wessex - Highlights from 5 years of applied health research
Collaboration has always been at the heart of CLAHRC Wessex’ work – the clue is in the name given to us by our funding body, the National Institute... read more >
Developing a tool to help researchers, commissioners and other interested groups to use to measure the impact of social network interventions.
Management of long-term conditions is recognised as a collective as well as an individual process. But currently, self-management outcome measures ... read more >
Nine million pounds awarded to health research across Hampshire, Dorset, Isle of Wight and South Wiltshire.
The National Institute for Health Research, sometimes called the research arm of the NHS, has awarded nine million pounds to create a new organisat... read more >
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