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.
10 October 2017In our latest blog, Sarah Cotterill talks about her research into the type 2 diabetes prevention project. She considers how people who are at risk of diabetes can be identified and brought into the prevention programme.
05 October 2017In our latest blog to mark World Alzheimer's Month, Louise Robinson discusses the rise of dementia research over the last 10 years.
02 October 2017Derek Stewart writes about how patients and the public can help researchers design more relevant studies. His blog is the latest in our series to mark World Alzheimer's Month.
29 September 2017David Burn writes about how NIHR collaborations are helping boost health research and build partnerships with industry. His blog is the latest in support of World Alzheimer's Month and is also part of our #WeAreNIHR series.
26 September 2017Peter Garrard explains how researchers are working to diagnose frontotemporal dementia. His blog is the latest in our series supporting World Alzheimer's Month.
21 September 2017Hilary Doxford has a diagnosis of early onset Alzheimer's Disease but talks about the benefits of taking part in research, and the hope it brings. Her blog is the latest in support of World Alzheimer's Month and is also part of our #WeAreNIHR series.
13 September 2017Catherine Moody explains how the Medical Research Council (MRC) and NIHR have joined forces to paint a picture of dementias research in the UK - made up of people working together for a better future for people with dementia. Her blog is the latest in our World Alzheimer’s Month campaign this September.
12 September 2017Professor Sir Simon Lovestone is investigating how to detect early signs of dementia before it develops and measure whether preventative interventions are effective. These two approaches will, he hopes, make it possible to do clinical trials on secondary prevention interventions quicker and more effectively. His blog is the latest in support of World Alzheimer's Month this September.
08 September 2017Dr Katie Featherstone uses sociology to improve the quality and humanity of care people living with dementia experience in hospital. Her blog is the latest in our World Alzheimer's Month campaign this September.
07 September 2017Peter Kinderman and Sarah Butchard write about the importance of protecting the the human rights of people living with dementia. Their blog is the latest in our World Alzheimer's Month campaign this September.
05 September 2017Martin Gulliford writes about how researchers are using electronic health records (EHRs) to generate new knowledge to benefit patients and the public. It is the latest blog in our efficient studies series.
01 September 2017Tom Dening is one of a large number of NIHR-funded researchers who are investigating aspects of dementia care other than drug treatments. He tells us about his work on hearing loss in care home residents with dementia, as part of our campaign to mark World Alzheimer’s Month this September
29 August 2017Dave Jones writes about how the NIHR is developing the research leaders of the future. His blog is the latest in our #WeAreNIHR series.
24 August 2017Stephen Smye writes about how new medical imaging technologies are driving significant advances in patient care.
21 August 2017Janet Valentine and Jennifer Quint explain how electronic patient health records (EHRs) provide huge potential for clinical research within primary care settings