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Carers Week – Putting the Spotlight on the Invaluable Work of Our Carers

OSCARSS Progress – Teamwork in Action

A Q&A with one of CLAHRC GM’s #nurseheroes – A celebration of Support and Achievement on International Nurses Day

The Art of Dying – A Personal Perspective

When Dimbleby came to breakfast; talking end of life care at the BBC

People holding hands.

Family cancer carers deserve the role of expert partners in caring

The Appearance (and Disappearance) of Acute Kidney Injury

Pushing on a closed door? When improvement work slips off the agenda

From Improving Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Management to Improving Incentive Scheme

Manchester Town Hall on a sunny day.

Health and social care devolution: what can we learn from Greater Manchester?

The OSCARSS award for best supporting role goes to…. Carers!

An elderly couple smiling and hugging.

Developing Benchmark Standards to Assess and Support Carers at End-of-Life

The war on acute kidney injury; the battle continues

A GP measuring a patient's blood pressure.

Engaging GPs in a crowded healthcare landscape: How did we improve care for chronic kidney disease patients?

An elderly couple smiling.

Working with carers and professionals to identify local priorities for end-of-life research

Two women sitting and smiling.

Putting policy into action: Hospices developing benchmark standards for supporting family carers

Blister packs of medication.

A universally accepted need to improve the physical health of people with mental illness

Attendees in discussion at our end-of-life priority setting event.

Ponchos, national models of care and local contexts

A group of friends on a beach.

Supporting people with long-term physical health conditions and low mood

Patients are an invaluable part of any health research project

A stethoscope.

Quality not quantity: How small changes can cause a ripple effect in improvement work

As part of her ‘recovery journey’, Mary Burke has an art book in which she muses about her thoughts, feelings and things that happen. This picture from the book focuses specifically on carers.

Who cares? Poems from stroke carers

Carer helps wheel chair user to water the garden.

Keeping your own identity whilst being a stroke carer

A group of four nurses caring for a patient in a hospital bed.

From paper hats and hair grips to changing the NHS: Proud to be a nurse in research

As part of her ‘recovery journey’, Mary Burke has an art book in which she muses about her thoughts, feelings and things that happen. This picture from the book focuses specifically on carers.

Support for carers of stroke survivors

Close-up of a man walking along a pavement.

How can we increase physical activity in people with depression and long-term physical health conditions?

The Team GB Bobsleigh team begin their preparations for Sochi 2014. Image courtesy of Daniel Herrick LBIPP on Flickr.

2016 acute kidney injury bobsleigh Winter Olympics

Trafford General Hospital.

I’m helping put a man on the moon, Mr. President

Participants at the Strategic Clinical Network acute kidney injury event in November 2015.

Putting effort into minimising acute kidney injury? It’s a no-brainer

Q initiative logo and strapline.

Putting the Q into quality with The Health Foundation

A map of Manchester City Centre.

Helping to understand health and social care devolution in Greater Manchester

People holding hands.

Family cancer carers deserve the role of expert partners in caring

People holding hands.

How can we address national priorities for palliative and end-of-life care?

COINCIDE logo.

Integrating physical and mental healthcare in primary care for people with multimorbidity

Students at work in a study centre.

So what have we learnt? Time to face up to the challenge of sharing our knowledge

UK Stroke Forum Conference: Day three

UK Stroke Forum Conference: Day two

UK Stroke Forum Conference: Day one

Professor Karina Lovell blogs about our mental health work

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