News 2015

What are family carers
What should we research in end-of-life care?
THINKphysical: Manchester Mental Health Festival wins regional award
THINKphysical: Manchester Mental Health Festival shortlisted for award
Learning from ‘Devo Manc’: Researching health and social care devolution
A community-based audit of complex wounds and their care
Key milestone achieved in the mapping pathways of care for end-of-life project
We’re working with opticians to detect diabetic neuropathy
National survey mailout to relatives bereaved due to cancer
Evaluation of local kidney health priorities
Groundbreaking mental health theatre production now available to view online
Kidney injury prevention card delivered to Salford pharmacists and GPs
Manchester stroke specialist scoops national award for life-saving work
Michael Spence, CLAHRC Programme Manager, to join ground-breaking quality improvement initiative
A flashmob, a marketplace and high-profile speakers: THINKphysical kicks off in style
Release of primary care demonstrator evaluation findings
PhD opportunity: Strategies to cope with cognitive difficulties after stroke
We’re engaging practices as part of new diabetes prevention study
Physical healthcare planning in mental health services
THINKphysical tickets now on public release (all events FREE)
Tool launches to improve the management of heart failure in primary care
Setting research and implementation priorities in complex wound care
We’re delighted to be working with Arthritis Research UK to improve care for rheumatoid arthritis patients
The Q Initiative: A new initiative to improve healthcare quality
Launch of patient safety card to help prevent acute kidney injury
Launch of long-term conditions tools to support healthcare teams
Setting healthcare service and research priorities in physical and mental health
Help us to develop a leaflet that answers questions about antipsychotic medication
Prof Dame Nicky Cullum named new Head of School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work
A whole systems approach for improving kidney care
First mental and physical health festival to take place in Manchester
PhD opportunity: Understanding the needs of people with vascular dementia following stroke
We’re working with the Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network to improve kidney health across the region
Workshop: Preventing acute kidney injury (AKI) - sick day rules
PhD opportunity: The provision and coordination of dementia services in primary care
Integrated long-term conditions review template available to CCGs, GP practices and clinical system suppliers
Integrated long-term conditions assessment tool available to NHS providers and clinical system suppliers
CLAHRC GM recommendations to improve cancer care in Manchester
Qatar workshop harnesses the potential of nursing to address most pressing health challenges
An update on our PhD students
 
 

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