12 December 2017Kathy Tier explains how the NIHR works to find researchable questions to fill evidence gaps in health and social care research.
01 December 2017Maria Panagioti discusses preventable patient harm and the research needed to save lives and reduce unnecessary medical interventions.
24 November 2017Zoe Gray highlights how NIHR INVOLVE has made huge progress in championing public involvement over the last two decades. Her blog marks the countdown to the forthcoming INVOLVE at 21 conference.
23 November 2017In our latest blog, Julie Bayley highlights the myths surrounding impact in research and identifies opportunities for strengthening impact.
17 November 2017Christina Pagel writes about how public engagement played a vital role in her flagship research into creating a children's heart surgery survival website.
'Wrong diagnosis, wrong treatment': why researchers and clinicians should question their assumptions
13 November 2017Geoff Wong explains how his research can help tackle antimicrobial resistance by highlighting the challenges trainee doctors face when prescribing antibiotics. His blog marks World Antibiotics Awareness Week.
10 November 2017Anastasia Skamarauskas from Sense about Science unveils new best practice guidance for researchers on involving the public in how to communicate findings.
01 November 2017Nick Crabb tells us why NICE wants to encourage research into the impact of air pollution.
30 October 2017Rachael Taylor and Lindsey Marwood write about new research to help patients with treatment resistant depression.
24 October 2017Tom Walley writes about the NIHR's mission to provide open access to ensure NIHR can make a real difference to patients, the public and healthcare. His blog celebrates International Open Access Week.
19 October 2017Sebastien Ourselin writes about how collaboration between clinicians and engineers is essential to benefiting cutting edge developments in healthcare to benefit patients. His blog is the latest in our #WeAreNIHR series.
17 October 2017Sean Semple, Helen Sweeting and Kate Hunt write about how developing smoke-free prisons will benefit prison workers' health. Their blog has been published to mark Stoptober.