Whether you are from an NIHR-funded research team or organisation, or we have otherwise enabled your research, you will find a starting point here to fulfil acknowledgement of our funding, support or designation.
Our visual identity enables us to:
- flag the people and places we fund, unifying our distributed organisation - the NIHR family
- convey the breadth and reach of our funding and support across health and social care research
- acknowledge our partnerships with the NHS and others.
On the launch of our current identity in 2019, Professor Chris Whitty, then Chief Scientific Adviser at the Department of Health and Social Care, said:
The NIHR has transformed research in and for the NHS. The NHS and its patients continues to be at the centre of the NIHR, but it also has a critical role to play in public health and social care practice beyond the NHS. The new NIHR identity reflects that wider UK health landscape and also research the NIHR is funding to improve the health of the most vulnerable people in low and middle-income countries.
Our logos and other design elements can be used in NIHR-related communications, websites, presentations and other outputs.