The HSR Live community consists of academics, researchers, service leaders, innovators, third sector leaders and others interested in innovation, evidence and improvement for health services. Only two months old, the community already boasts over 400 members.
HSR Live is a place where everyone interested in innovation, evidence and improvement for health services can connect. Those who join the HSR Live community can exchange knowledge and ideas with researchers and service leaders that have similar interests.
See the HSR Live website
The NIHR Public Health Research (PHR) Programme have released the summer edition of their quarterly bulletin, which provides a round-up of recent Programme news such as new funding opportunities, events information and much more. See their website to read the bulletin and to find out more about the PHR Programme.
The NHS Confederation has produced a review of CLAHRCs which contains a collection of service improvement case studies from across the nine collaborations.
The review features service-driven improvements identified, evaluated and delivered through NIHR CLAHRCs. The case studies highlight how CLAHRCs are working with decision makers to identify research priorities and service improvement opportunities; enabling patient engagement in the research agenda to improve services, patient outcomes, and spread improvement beyond the regional collaboration. Read the review here.
For more resources on the CLAHRCs, including links to their websites, other NHS Confederation briefings and to view back editions of the CLAHRC Community e-newsletter, see here.
CLAHRC NDL have produced a briefing on NHS Commissioning Board’s Commissioning Outcomes Framework. Please click to view the briefing.