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 third 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.
Our Six Research and Implementation Themes
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 >
Improved outcomes in ex-smokers with COPD: a UK primary care observational cohort study - new paper published.
New paper "Improved outcomes in ex-smokers with COPD: a UK primary care observational cohort study" paper was accepted for publication in March 201... read more >
Hullabaloo on the Isle of Wight - by PPI champion Sandy Ciccognani
For the past seven months I’ve been working on a pilot project on the IOW called Hullabaloo and I can now report that it is completed and was ... read more >
Should Wessex implement ReSPECT process? – The NIHR CLAHRC Wessex hosted event.
On May 11 2017, the NIHR CLAHRC Team brought together 44 delegates from organisations across the Wessex region and beyond as well as wide range of ... read more >
In case peeps were wondering: listening to melodic death metal balances out the pain of editing an academic journal article. 🧠🧙♂️🎧
@pash22 Well this should partly redress some parts of that by improving and enabling support and contact with info re: management of LTCs