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

Physical Health of Children and Young People on Mental Health Inpatient Units

12 MAY 2021

Physical Health of Children and Young People on Mental Health Inpatient Units

Hi everyone, my name is Rebekah Carney and I’m a Research Associate and Project Manager at the Youth Mental...

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Keeping well at home campaign release two new videos

29 MARCH 2021

Keeping well at home campaign release two new videos

We’re pleased to share two new videos that have been co-produced with collaborating organisations and public contributors involved in...

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MAHSC Seminar Series: Advancing the science of implementation

2 MARCH 2021

MAHSC Seminar Series: Advancing the science of implementation

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Showcasing ARC-GM and Manchester Academic Health Science Centre (MAHSC)

19 JANUARY 2021

Showcasing ARC-GM and Manchester Academic Health Science Centre (MAHSC)

25 Feb 2021    1:00 pm  - 3:00 pm   The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Applied Research Collaboration Greater Manchestetr (ARC-GM) was awarded in...

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MAHSC Seminar Series: Advancing the science of implementation

18 JANUARY 2021

MAHSC Seminar Series: Advancing the science of implementation

MAHSC Seminar Series: ‘Advancing the science of implementation’   Online/Webinar   27 Jan 2021   3:00 pm  - 4:00 pm   Chair and Speakers are: Professor Dame...

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The OSCARSS Research Study: The Approach and Key Findings

15 JANUARY 2021

The OSCARSS Research Study: The Approach and Key Findings

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Eric Lowndes talks about his experiences of attending an NHS behaviour change programme and working with two independently funded evaluation teams

13 NOVEMBER 2020

Eric Lowndes talks about his experiences of attending an NHS behaviour change programme and working with two independently funded evaluation teams

Eric Lowndes talks about his experiences of attending an NHS behaviour change programme to reduce his chances of progressing to...

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COVID-19 pandemic report reveals massive hit to the North of England’s health and economy

11 NOVEMBER 2020

COVID-19 pandemic report reveals massive hit to the North of England’s health and economy

The North of England’s economy has been hit harder than the rest of the country during the COVID-19 pandemic...

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Prof. Dame Nicky Cullum – The importance of applied research during COVID-19

2 NOVEMBER 2020

Prof. Dame Nicky Cullum – The importance of applied research during COVID-19

The NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Greater Manchester (ARC-GM), was less than six months old when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.   In...

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Learning from Greater Manchester’s People and Communities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

22 OCTOBER 2020

Learning from Greater Manchester’s People and Communities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In collaboration with Health Innovation Manchester, we are delighted to be working with a range of public contributors as part...

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Professor Michelle Briggs joins the ARC-GM team as our new Capacity Building Lead

14 OCTOBER 2020

Professor Michelle Briggs joins the ARC-GM team as our new Capacity Building Lead

We’re very pleased to share the news that on the 1st September, Professor Michelle Briggs joined the ARC-GM team...

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Building a successful academic career with Prof. Michelle Briggs

8 OCTOBER 2020

Building a successful academic career with Prof. Michelle Briggs

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RESOURCES

4 MAY 2021

Boundary organising in healthcare: theoretical perspectives, empirical insights and future prospects

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

14 APRIL 2021

Effects of BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine on Covid-19 infection and hospitalisation among older people: matched case control study for England

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

6 APRIL 2021

The effects of structure, process and outcome incentives on primary care referrals to a national prevention programme

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

30 MARCH 2021

The clinical and cardiometabolic risk of children and young people on mental health inpatient units: A systematic review and meta-analysis

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

30 MARCH 2021

Ethnic inequalities in health-related quality of life among older adults in England: secondary analysis of a national cross-sectional survey

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

30 MARCH 2021

On the borderline of diabetes: understanding how individuals resist and reframe diabetes risk

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

30 MARCH 2021

Excess mortality for care home residents during the first 23 weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic in England: a national cohort study

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

2 MARCH 2021

How nursing leaders promote evidence‐based practice implementation at point‐of‐care: A four‐country exploratory study

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

2 MARCH 2021

Challenges implementing a carer support intervention within a national stroke organisation: findings from the process evaluation of the OSCARSS trial

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

2 MARCH 2021

Organising Support for Carers of Stroke Survivors (OSCARSS): a cluster randomised controlled trial with economic evaluation

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

2 MARCH 2021

Ambiguous workarounds in policy piloting in the NHS: Tensions, trade‐offs and legacies of organisational change projects

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

17 FEBRUARY 2021

Is the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme Intervention Delivered as Planned? An Observational Study of Fidelity of Intervention Delivery

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

17 FEBRUARY 2021

The Fidelity of Training in Behaviour Change Techniques to Intervention Design in a National Diabetes Prevention Programme

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

9 FEBRUARY 2021

An evaluation of the Hospital-based Independent Domestic Violence Advisor service in Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust - Executive Summary

EVALUATION REPORTS, TOOLKITS AND TRAINING MANUALS

5 FEBRUARY 2021

An evaluation of goal setting in the NHS England diabetes prevention programme

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

14 JANUARY 2021

Organising Support for Carers of Stroke Survivors

EVALUATION REPORTS, TOOLKITS AND TRAINING MANUALS

7 JANUARY 2021

Suitability and acceptability of the Carer Support Needs Assessment Tool (CSNAT) for the assessment of carers of people with MND: a qualitative study

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

7 JANUARY 2021

Evaluation Report - Keeping Well at Home

EVALUATION REPORTS, TOOLKITS AND TRAINING MANUALS

18 DECEMBER 2020

Academic Health Science Centres as Vehicles for Knowledge Mobilisation in Australia? A Qualitative Study

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

18 DECEMBER 2020

Post-discharge care following acute kidney injury: quality improvement in primary care

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

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