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PenCLAHRC is pleased to announce, in conjunction with the South West Academic Health Science Network (AHSN), the launch of three collaborative research projects.
These projects, funded by the AHSN and undertaken jointly with PenCLAHRC, will focus on the areas of stroke, diagnosing heart attacks and the management of long-term conditions.
Following on from PenCLAHRC’s award-winning research on stroke treatment pathways, the Emergency Treatment of Ischaemic Stroke project will build on these successes to investigate how to achieve a step-change in the emergency stroke treatment pathway across the South West Peninsula. Led by PenCLAHRC’s operational research group, PenCHORD, this project aims to create...Read more
In what is believed to be the first example of its kind, men who have served prison sentences are playing a key role as ‘peer researchers’ in a research project investigating the issues faced by prisoners with mental health problems near to and after release.
The Engager project is an ongoing collaboration between Plymouth University and the University of Exeter, plus the University of Manchester and University College London, and has been funded by a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Programme Grants for Applied Research grant and supported by NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC)...Read more