Welcome to ARC-GM

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is the nation's largest funder of health and care research and provides the people, facilities and technology that enables research to thrive. NIHR Applied Research Collaborations (ARCs) support applied health and care research that responds to, and meets, the needs of local populations and local health and care systems.

 

The NIHR ARC Greater Manchester is one of 15 ARCs across England, part of a £135 million investment by the NIHR to improve the health and care of patients and the public.

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NEWS AND BLOGS

Evidence by proxy: How do healthcare practitioners engage with research?

17 FEBRUARY 2020

Evidence by proxy: How do healthcare practitioners engage with research?

Roman Kislov   Dr Roman Kislov talks about his research into implementation of evidence-based practice which he conducted with an international...

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ARC-GM Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Programme 2020

28 JANUARY 2020

ARC-GM Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Programme 2020

Applications can be accessed here along with some additional guidance for applicants here.  

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Enhancing the roll out of social prescribing

16 JANUARY 2020

Enhancing the roll out of social prescribing

Paul Wilson talks about how ARC- GM plans to improve the evidence base for social prescribing  on You and Yours...

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AKI Post-discharge Guidance

16 DECEMBER 2019

AKI Post-discharge Guidance

The RCGP has launched new national guidance for post-discharge care following acute kidney injury. This has been based on collaboration...

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Introduction to the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration

15 OCTOBER 2019

Introduction to the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration

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NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Fellowship - Sarah Knowles

18 SEPTEMBER 2019

NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Fellowship - Sarah Knowles

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Test, Learn, Adapt – great ideas meet messy realities

16 SEPTEMBER 2019

Test, Learn, Adapt – great ideas meet messy realities

Peter Bower and Sarah Cotterill         There is a tension in applied health research. Randomised trials are a great way to...

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Helping people stay in good health when looking after someone towards the end of life: project to summarise and report current knowledge

14 AUGUST 2019

Helping people stay in good health when looking after someone towards the end of life: project to summarise and report current knowledge

  Do you have current or past experience of supporting a family member, partner, friend or neighbour towards the end of...

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Salford-wide extended access pilot: clinical audit report

14 JULY 2019

Salford-wide extended access pilot: clinical audit report

  The demands made of primary care are changing due to social, health and economic factors.  In response, NHS Salford CCG...

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ANNOUNCEMENT: NIHR funding agreed for Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) for Greater Manchester

10 JULY 2019

ANNOUNCEMENT: NIHR funding agreed for Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) for Greater Manchester

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has announced funding for the creation of an Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) for...

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Survey reveals NHS research and innovation priorities

19 JUNE 2019

Survey reveals NHS research and innovation priorities

The findings from a survey to identify local NHS innovation and research needs have been published. The views of local...

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Maximising the potential of new non-medical professional roles in general practice: Lessons from Greater Manchester

3 JUNE 2019

Maximising the potential of new non-medical professional roles in general practice: Lessons from Greater Manchester

Pauline Nelson, University of Manchester   New non-medical roles and why are they important in general practice   When patients seek an...

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RESOURCES

4 FEBRUARY 2020

NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Greater Manchester Leaflet

POSTERS

29 JANUARY 2020

Does the design of the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme intervention have fidelity to the programme specification? A document analysis

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

13 JANUARY 2020

Understanding the diagnosis of pre-diabetes in patients aged over 85 in English primary care: a qualitative study

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

13 JANUARY 2020

Implementing a national diabetes prevention programme in England: lessons learned

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

17 DECEMBER 2019

Salford Wide Extended Access Pilot (SWEAP) Evaluation

PRESENTATIONS

16 DECEMBER 2019

Guidance on the timeless of post-discharge care for adults following Acute Kidney Injury

POSTERS

16 DECEMBER 2019

Post-discharge Care For Adults Following Acute Kidney Injury

POSTERS

16 DECEMBER 2019

Harnessing the power of theorising in implementation science

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

9 DECEMBER 2019

Understanding and supporting the integration of health and social care at a neighbourhood level in the city of Manchester - Report part A: Rapid scoping review

EVALUATION REPORTS, TOOLKITS AND TRAINING MANUALS

9 DECEMBER 2019

Salford Wide Extended Access Pilot (SWEAP) evaluation - Final Report

EVALUATION REPORTS, TOOLKITS AND TRAINING MANUALS

19 NOVEMBER 2019

ILUMIN: The Leg Ulcer Quality Improvement Programme

EVALUATION REPORTS, TOOLKITS AND TRAINING MANUALS

19 NOVEMBER 2019

ILUMIN: The Leg Ulcer Quality Improvement Programme

EVALUATION REPORTS, TOOLKITS AND TRAINING MANUALS

19 NOVEMBER 2019

ILUMIN: The Leg Ulcer Quality Improvement Programme - Summary Report

EVALUATION REPORTS, TOOLKITS AND TRAINING MANUALS

4 NOVEMBER 2019

Working in partnership with MFT, the Leg Ulcer Quality Improvement Programme (ILUMIN)

POSTERS

4 NOVEMBER 2019

Working in partnership with ELHT, the Leg Ulcer Quality Improvement Programme (ILUMIN)

POSTERS

28 OCTOBER 2019

Patient and public involvement in doctoral research: Impact, resources and recommendations

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

13 AUGUST 2019

Greater Manchester Workforce Project (Primary Care) Work package 1: Mapping of primary care roles across Greater Manchester

PRESENTATIONS

13 AUGUST 2019

Estimating local need for mental healthcare to inform fair resource allocation in the NHS in England: cross-sectional analysis of national administrative data linked at person level

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

13 AUGUST 2019

Implementing low-cost individually tailored cognitive therapy (CBT) for patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain in Salford

CLAHRC GM BITES (2014-2019)

13 AUGUST 2019

Supporting carers to enhance patient discharge - Marie Curie

CLAHRC GM BITES (2014-2019)

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