16 February 2018In our latest blog, Matt Cooper, writes about the art of networking and how he is promoting the work of the NIHR to help secure new partnerships and research opportunities.
Working at the sharp end of an NHS initiative: Making sense of GP and nurse views on the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme
07 February 2018Patrick Burch explains how an NIHR-funded study is evaluating health care professionals' attitudes towards the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NHS DPP)
05 February 2018Anthea Mould writes how a new NIHR strategy looks to build on the vital role that Allied Health Professionals play in delivering high quality, patient centred clinical research and how they can blaze a trail in the world of research.
01 February 20182017 i4i Challenge Award winner, Daniel Freeman, introduces state-of-the-art virtual reality technology to help patients with psychosis face their fears. His blog marks the launch of the NIHR's 2018 i4i Mental Health Challenge Award.
29 January 2018Peter Hall and Silvia Marino write about how there are several things we can do to speed up the development of new drugs, without putting patients at risk.
23 January 2018Jill Maben explains how Schwartz Center Rounds provide an opportunity for staff to regularly share the emotional, social and ethical challenges they face in the workplace and increase empathy and compassion for patients and colleagues.
17 January 2018Mike Duggan writes about how his specialist medical unit is providing bespoke treatment services for patients with acute alcohol intoxication and whether this can ease the burden on A&E. His blog marks Dry January.
10 January 2018Dr Tommy Hunter shares his experiences of quality improvement and how he is making use of an innovative report to improve patient outcomes.
09 January 2018Sarah Thomas highlights how a new NIHR collaboration with Researchfish captures the involvement of patients and the public in research.
03 January 2018In our latest blog, Michael Francis explains how information gathered using Researchfish helps influence policy and practice.