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Creating true and enduring partnerships. Delivering high quality research. Improving healthcare. Having impact in Greater Manchester and beyond.
Creating true and enduring partnerships. Delivering high quality research. Improving healthcare. Having impact in Greater Manchester and beyond.

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BLOG: Engaging GPs in a crowded healthcare landscape - how did we improve care for chronic #kidney disease patients? http://bit.ly/2eIRFRT

Our Autumn newsletter is out now: http://bit.ly/2e2v9hK. Showing the difference we make, and highlighting recent recognition we've received.

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New blog: Working with carers and healthcare professionals to identify local priorities for end-of-life research: http://bit.ly/2cVAnL2 #HospiceCareWeek

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Zoe Ashton, a CLAHRC Greater Manchester Facilitator, blogs about our work with Hospice UK to improve support for family carers: http://bit.ly/2dsLQ7g #HospiceCareWeek

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The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has named two of our research studies as their research papers of the year: http://bit.ly/2d8Tk34

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We're looking for six registered nurses and AHPs to join us as our latest cohort of research interns: http://bit.ly/2csyVEI

We've made four new CLAHRC BITEs (short case studies of the work we do). They focus on our evaluation of access to primary care in Greater Manchester, improving care for chronic kidney disease patients, developing an app for people with rheumatoid arthritis care and setting research priorities for palliative care: http://bit.ly/2crSUjU 

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Extending primary care hours linked to fewer A&E visits - new National Institute for Health Research funded research in PLOS Medicine: http://bit.ly/2cfWa5q

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Our latest blog looks at issues surrounding the #mentalhealth task force, the Five Year Forward View (#5YFV) and addressing physical health of people with mental illness: http://bit.ly/2c8kdPE

New #job opportunity in #Manchester: Help us spread our impact as our new #Communications Manager http://bit.ly/2bU6nS1 #marketing #PR
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