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PenCLAHRC

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) South West Peninsula - or PenCLAHRC - undertakes high-quality applied health research focused on the needs of patients and supports the translation of research evidence into practice in the NHS.

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  • Highlighting 10 years of CLAHRC success

    We are celebrating 10 years of success! Explore some of our achievements to date here
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    NHS at 70: Celebrating public involvement

    Mary, a parent carer, tells us about why she got involved in research. Find out more.
  • Helping the NHS make informed decisions

    Deputy Director Ken Stein discusses the ways PenCHORD research has informed decision making within the NHS.
  • Evidence in dictionary

    Making Sense of Evidence

    We offer a series of workshops on how to use research evidence in clinical decision making. Read more

What We Do

Research

We are committed to supporting and conducting high-quality applied health research that addresses the real concerns of patients and clinicians across the South West.

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Capacity Building

We work across the South West to increase capacity to use and generate research evidence through the provision of a range of training opportunities for clinicians and researchers.

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Involvement

Our innovative approach to involvement seeks to embed meaningful patient and public involvement and engagement into everything we do.

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Have you got a clinical uncertainty or research question that needs answering?
We could help develop it further.

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Leading Plymouth University Dementia champion awarded British Empire Medal

Leading Plymouth University Dementia champion awarded British Empire Medal

10 June 2019

Ian Sherriff, Academic Partnership Lead for Dementia at the University of Plymouth and founder member...

How to improve outcomes for children and young people with long term conditions – the evidence is in

How to improve outcomes for children and young people with long term conditions – the evidence is in

05 June 2019

Children and young people suffering with long term physical conditions can find anxiety and depression...

DE-STRESS Project gains airtime on Radio 4s PM Programme

DE-STRESS Project gains airtime on Radio 4s PM Programme

05 June 2019

Within low-income communities, use of antidepressant medication is relatively high, but current strategies tend to...

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Jun
17

Creative Communications Workshop: Developing a...

South Cloisters Room 2.13, St Luke's Campus, University of Exeter EX1 2LU

Presenters Katie Featherstone, Reader, Medical Sociology Cardiff University Nick Daw, Director of Photography Dawn Driscoll, PR and Communications...
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Jun
17

Creative Communications Seminar: Stories of...

South Cloisters Room 3.06, St Luke's Campus, University of Exeter, EX1 2LU

Presenters Katie Featherstone, Reader, Medical Sociology Cardiff University Nick Daw, Director of Photography Dawn Driscoll, PR and Communications...
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Jun
19

Qualitative Research Advice Clinic for...

South Cloisters Room SC2.35, St Luke's Campus, University of Exeter

Whether you are a postgraduate student, academic or researcher you can book an appointment to speak...
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