NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme – Fair and Equal Access

NIHR CLAHRC Greater Manchester to Manage Study of World’s First National Diabetes Prevention Programme

NIHR CLAHRC GM to Evaluate Impact of Local Long Term Conditions Early Intervention Test Bed as Part of National NHS Programme

EoL Skills Audit - Survey Completion

End-of-life Skills Survey Launched to Help Identify the Learning and Development Needs of Public Sector Workforce

NIHR CLAHRC Greater Manchester – Contributing to a Safer Salford through Primary Care Workforce Evaluation

Salford Royal AKI Working Group Finalists for Best Safety Improvement Team at 2017 Patient Safety Awards

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

NIHR CLAHRC Greater Manchester Pledges Support for National Carers Week

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

NIHR CLAHRC GM’s #nurseheroes – A Sincere ‘Thank You’ to Nurses on International Nurses Day

The Art of Dying – A Personal Perspective

Royal College of GPs Announces Partnership with CLAHRC GM to Make AKI a Key Priority

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

A male end-of-life carer sits reading with his father.

New Study Reveals Huge Contribution of Carers of Terminally Ill

New Kidney Health Blog Series Published to Mark World Kidney Day 2017

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!

Different coloured medication tablets laid out on a surface.

Understanding the Implementation of Sick Day Guidance to Prevent Acute Kidney Injury – New Evaluation Report Published

An elderly couple smiling and hugging.

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

Protected: Protected: CLAHRC research interns

The war on acute kidney injury; the battle continues

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

The Supportive and Palliative Care Research and Audit conference

Book Your Place: Second conference on Acute Kidney Injury – Wednesday, 23 November 2016

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?

A nurse smiling as she works.

Join us: Internships for nurses and AHPs

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

A woman studying in a library.

Royal College of GPs name our research as their research papers of the year

A screen print of our leaflet explaining our work around developing the REMORA app to help patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

CLAHRC BITE: Helping arthritis patients using app technology

A screen print of our leaflet explaining our work around setting priorities for research into end-of-life care.

CLAHRC BITE: Priority setting for end-of-life research

A screen print of our leaflet explaining our work around improving care for people with chronic kidney disease.

CLAHRC BITE: Room for improvement in chronic kidney disease care

A screen print of our leaflet explaining our work around access to primary care.

CLAHRC BITE: Evaluating extended access to general practice

An A&E sign at a hospital directs patients.

Extending primary care hours is linked to fewer A&E visits

Blister packs of medication.

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

Two people in discussion whilst looking at a laptop.

Help us spread our impact: Join us as our Communications Manager

Somebody using medical equipment to test their blood glucose level.

Understanding Salford Care Call – one of the national diabetes prevention programme’s demonstrator sites

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

Ponchos, national models of care and local contexts

Somebody holding a smartphone with their apps visible.

Improving care for arthritis patients using app technology

People looking at academic posters at an event.

Call for abstracts: Supportive and palliative care research and audit conference

A male patient discusses his care with his wife and a nurse.

Measuring user and carer involvement in physical healthcare planning

A computer processing data.

Improving the identification and care of patients with chronic kidney disease

A group of friends on a beach.

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

A person typing on a keyboard.

Have you read our Summer CLAHRC newsletter?

Somebody holding a smartphone with their apps visible.

Developing a smartphone app with rheumatoid arthritis patients

A technician in a GP surgery labels blood samples.

We’re helping patients who’ve had an episode of care complicated by acute kidney injury

A GP measuring a patient's blood pressure.

Room for improvement in management of people with chronic kidney disease

Patients are an invaluable part of any health research project

Somebody using a blood glucose monitoring system.

Preventing type 2 diabetes in Salford

A stethoscope.

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

A black vintage telephone sitting on a table.

Launch of new service to help patients with chronic widespread pain

Mapping research capacity activities in the CLAHRC communities

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

A person drinking a coffee and reading an e-book.

CLAHRC Greater Manchester team contribute to first in-depth guide on evaluating healthcare system innovations

Carer helps wheel chair user to water the garden.

Keeping your own identity whilst being a stroke carer

A group of people in a meeting.

More effective treatment for people with mental health problems and long-term conditions

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

A male and female couple laughing together in hospital.

Innovative stroke assessment tool developed to streamline care

Close-up of a telephone.

Implementing a tailored cognitive therapy programme for patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain

A male end-of-life carer sits reading with his father.

Supporting family carers so that patients can be discharged from hospital at the end of their lives

A GP measuring a patient's blood pressure.

Identifying the missing thousands with undiagnosed chronic kidney disease

Somebody using a blood glucose monitoring system.

Evaluating the National Diabetes Prevention Programme in Salford

A GP receptionist talking to a patient.

Improving access to primary care

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

A nurse smiling as she works.

East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust becomes our latest partner

Two men chatting in hospital.

How is end-of-life care provided across Manchester?

A doctor smiling and chatting with a patient.

Event: Policy priorities and challenges for health and social care in England

Care home residents sitting and chatting.

Setting the agenda for end-of-life research in Greater Manchester

A carer with the person they're looking after.

Helping to provide better care for cancer patients

Trafford General Hospital.

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

Fingers typing on laptop keyboard.

We’ve sent our Winter CLAHRC newsletter

People making notes in a meeting.

Find an exciting new role with us

A GP taking someone's blood pressure.

Success in tackling chronic kidney disease

A nurse smiling at a patient.

Join us: Current research secondment and fellowship opportunities for nurses and AHPs

Invitation to patients to take part in a short research interview

Two ladies at an Asian activity group.

What are family carers’ support needs at patient discharge home from hospital at end-of-life?

An elderly couple smiling.

What should we research in end-of-life care?

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

Please help us to evaluate the acute kidney injury sick day rules card

Staff at a practice discussing paperwork.

Working together to prevent acute kidney injury in Salford

A lab worker looking at information on a computer.

NIHR Fellowships Programme 2016 launched

A map of Manchester City Centre.

Helping to understand health and social care devolution in Greater Manchester

THINKphysical flashmobbers dance in front of the Manchester Big Wheel.

THINKphysical: Manchester Mental Health Festival wins regional award

A nurse smiling at a patient.

Join us: Current internship and fellowship opportunities for nurses and AHPs

THINKphysical flashmobbers dancing on the streets of Manchester.

THINKphysical: Manchester Mental Health Festival shortlisted for award

Manchester Town Hall on a sunny day.

We’re looking for a Research Fellow to help us examine health and social care devolution

Manchester's skyline.

Learning from ‘Devo Manc’: Researching health and social care devolution

A nurse dressing a wound.

A community-based audit of complex wounds and their care

Healthcare staff looking at information on a board.

Key milestone achieved in the mapping pathways of care for end-of-life project

Close-up of an optometry machine.

We’re working with opticians to detect diabetic neuropathy

Two women sitting and smiling.

National survey mailout to relatives bereaved due to cancer

A GP with a patient.

Evaluation of local kidney health priorities

Side Affect theatre production poster.

Groundbreaking mental health theatre production now available to view online

Diagram of a kidney.

Kidney injury prevention card delivered to Salford pharmacists and GPs

People holding hands.

Family cancer carers deserve the role of expert partners in caring

Students at work in a study centre.

We’re looking for a Research Associate or Research Fellow

Pippa Tyrrell collects an award from the Stroke Association.

Manchester stroke specialist scoops national award for life-saving work

THINKphysical flashmobbers dance in front of the Manchester Big Wheel.

Using a festival to raise awareness of improving physical health for people with mental illness

Join our team as a nurse academic fellow

Health Foundation Q initiative logo.

Michael Spence, CLAHRC Programme Manager, to join ground-breaking quality improvement initiative

Delegates at the THINKphysical launch event enjoy Manchester Town Hall.

A flashmob, a marketplace and high-profile speakers: THINKphysical kicks off in style

A GP with a patient.

Release of primary care demonstrator evaluation findings

PhD opportunity: Strategies to cope with cognitive difficulties after stroke

A selection of fresh fruit.

We’re engaging practices as part of new diabetes prevention study

Physical healthcare planning in mental health services

THINKphysical logo.

THINKphysical tickets now on public release (all events FREE)

Diagram showing the anatomy of a heart.

Tool launches to improve the management of heart failure in primary care

Jodi Todd explaining why research is important.

Setting research and implementation priorities in complex wound care

X-ray of arthritic hands.

We’re delighted to be working with Arthritis Research UK to improve care for rheumatoid arthritis patients

A practice manager sorting files.

Join our team as a Research Associate

People holding hands.

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

Health Foundation Q initiative logo.

The Q Initiative: A new initiative to improve healthcare quality

Diagram of a kidney.

Launch of patient safety card to help prevent acute kidney injury

Work with us: We’re looking for a Research Fellow

Setting healthcare service and research priorities in physical and mental health

Launch of long-term conditions tools to support healthcare teams

A pharmacist sorting medication.

Help us to develop a leaflet that answers questions about antipsychotic medication

Professor Dame Nicky Cullum portrait.

Prof Dame Nicky Cullum named new Head of School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work

A practice manager sorting files.

A whole systems approach for improving kidney care

Call for poster abstracts – THINKphysical: Manchester Mental Health Festival

First mental and physical health festival to take place in Manchester

PhD opportunity: Understanding the needs of people with vascular dementia following stroke

A GP with a patient.

We’re working with the Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network to improve kidney health across the region

COINCIDE logo.

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

A patient taking medicine.

Workshop: Preventing acute kidney injury (AKI) – sick day rules

PhD opportunity: The provision and coordination of dementia services in primary care

Students at work in a study centre.

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

Integrated long-term conditions assessment tool available to NHS providers and clinical system suppliers

Integrated long-term conditions review template available to CCGs, GP practices and clinical system suppliers

The MCIP partnership logos.

CLAHRC GM recommendations to improve cancer care in Manchester

A desert in Qatar.

Qatar workshop harnesses the potential of nursing to address most pressing health challenges

Library and study books.

An update on our PhD students

A screenshot of the new CLAHRC community services newsletter.

We’ve launched a new newsletter

UK Stroke Forum Conference: Day three

Prof Jacky Swan shares her cross-project learning expertise with CLAHRC Greater Manchester

UK Stroke Forum Conference: Day two

UK Stroke Forum Conference: Day one

Collaborative interventions for depression: First training course delivered

Reducing the risk of diabetes in Salford

Understanding the care contribution provided by relatives bereaved due to cancer

NIHR CLAHRC response to the NHS Five Year Forward View

Stroke assessment tool has national impact

Grants awarded by NIHR to support systematic reviews in wound care

New PhD opportunity: Promoting behaviour change in people who are overweight or obese

Research demonstrates improvements in health-related quality of life and blood pressure control in CKD patients

Exciting dementia-themed PhD opportunities for nurses and allied healthcare professionals

Professor Karina Lovell blogs about our mental health work

New opportunities to work for us

Launch of free resources to support evidence-based home blood pressure monitoring

Working with stroke survivors and carers to promote post-stroke services

Funding for PhD research in dementia care awarded to CLAHRC Greater Manchester

CLAHRC Greater Manchester Research Fellow awarded NIHR Fellowship

Prof John Øvretveit shares evaluation expertise in exclusive Q&A videos

CLAHRC Greater Manchester working in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support

Applications open for University of Leeds stroke rehabilitation PhD scholarship

CLAHRC Greater Manchester team members gain Manchester Business School professorships

Professor Ruth Boaden joins HS&DR Programme Researcher-led Board

Papers examining self-management of long-term conditions published

CLAHRC Greater Manchester funding MRes studentships starting September 2014

Round three of the NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowship scheme launches

Meditation & mindfulness paper funded by CLAHRC GM Research Capability Funding published in Behavioral Medicine

Perspectives of people affected by cancer: Focus group participants needed

Introduction of Community Physical Health Coordinators results in better physical health for people with severe and enduring mental illness

Greater Manchester Heart Failure Investigation Tool (GM-HFIT) project evaluation reports now online

BMA report highlights our work to improve the physical health of people with mental illness

Prof John Øvretveit shares his evaluation expertise with CLAHRC Greater Manchester

NIHR launches “Focus on Stroke” as ground-breaking stroke trial opens in UK

Looking for a new challenge? We’re hiring

Mental health: New model of working to be spread across Manchester

New model of working, developed with MMHSCT, equals better use of GP time and resources

Long-term conditions review template assists in identifying multimorbidity risks

British Muslims with diabetes need more healthcare support during Ramadan

Research and Capability Funding study results: Collaborative care in patients with depression and co-morbidities

Positive evaluation results for long-term conditions assessment tool

CLAHRC GM: our themes of work

CLAHRC GM: how to get involved

CLAHRC GM: thanks for all your work so far

Greater Manchester Stroke Assessment Tool (GM-SAT) showcased at UK Stroke Forum Conference

Presentation: The hidden aspects of stroke

Poster: The Greater Manchester Stroke Assessment Tool (GM-SAT)

Physical health care for people with severe and enduring mental illness becoming ‘more co-ordinated’

Poster: “Critical friends”: The experience of integrating and developing patient and public involvement in an exploratory study of voluntary organisations and long-term condition management

‘Managing Your Health Together’ booklet now available online

CLAHRC GM stages successful PPI conference

CLAHRC GM makes “measurable improvements in the quality of patient care”

Leaflet: An overview of CLAHRC GM and a look to the future

Poster: CLAHRC GM’s themes of work from 2014 onwards

Poster: Bringing Information and Guided Help Together (BRIGHT)

Poster: Collaborative Online Care Investigation Pathway Tool (COCPIT)

Poster: Collaborative Interventions for Circulation and Depression (COINCIDE)

Poster: Improving patient care in primary and community care services

Poster: Improving patient care within general practice

Poster: Patient-Led Assessment for Network Support (PLANS)

Poster: Improving patient care through research

Poster: Social networks and long-term conditions

Poster: Voluntary Organisations, Community Groups and Local Networks of Support (VOCALS) study

Presentation: Rethinking capacity building for evidence-based quality improvement: towards developing multilevel capabilities in practice

Presentation: Replication of a new, evidence-based preventative Health Trainer service for people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Poster: Addressing the physical health care of people with severe and enduring mental illness

Poster: Patients as partners: development of the post-stroke ‘Easy Access Toolkit’

CLAHRCs praised in the press

NIHR CLAHRC Greater Manchester from January 2014: leaflet and poster produced

Presentation: The NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) Greater Manchester

Presentation: Connecting to local networks of support: a qualitative study exploring the role of voluntary and community groups in long-term conditions management

Presentation: “It’s delightful banter”: Community Group Friendships and Self-Management Support for Vascular Ill Health

Patient-centred care, primary care & community services: work themes from 2014 confirmed

Research showcased at Volunteering Research Conference

Greater Manchester Heart Failure Investigation Tool (GM-HFIT) work in Wigan Borough CCG

CLAHRC GM present at British Sociological Association Conference

Ground-breaking project launches to improve schizophrenia care

Presentation: Improving Physical Health for People with Severe and Enduring Mental Illness: Developing Integrated Care Pathways to Support Physical and Mental Wellbeing

Presentation: A Constellation of Disconnected Practices: Boundaries in a Healthcare Boundary Spanning Initiative

CLAHRC for Greater Manchester delighted to employ three University of Manchester interns

Clinical education: Improving the management of heart failure in primary care

Work from GM CLAHRC set to receive international exposure

The future of CLAHRC Greater Manchester

PLANSforyourhealth goes live

Evaluation shows positive impact of Health Trainers on diabetes prevention

Publication: Diabetes prevention in Ashton, Leigh and Wigan

Greater Manchester Stroke Assessment Tool has national impact

Presentation: CKD Practice Development Meeting

Work showcased at heart failure and diabetes workshop

Poster: Development of an Electronic LTCs Integrated Assessment Tool

Poster: Design, delivery and evaluation of IGT Care Call: a telephone-based, structured education programme to promote lifestyle and behaviour change to prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes

BRIGHT Follow up data collection complete

Greater Manchester Electronic Long-term Conditions Integrated Review Template ready for testing

Trafford’s Community Matrons testing Greater Manchester Electronic Long-term Conditions Integrated Assessment Tool

Publication: Greater Manchester Stroke Assessment Tool

Severe mental illness and physical health project results in joined-up care for Neha

Teddy Chester lecture 2013 – Technology adoption in healthcare: what’s the problem?

Project launched to improve patient safety regarding medication information

CLAHRC for Greater Manchester heart failure project identifies hundreds of patients

Heart disease and diabetes: challenges, funding and opportunities for research in multimorbidity

Presentation: Telephone based self-management support for vascular conditions via non-healthcare professionals: a systematic review and meta-analysis

COINCIDE trial completes baseline recruitment

CLAHRC provides posters to Withington Heart Help Group as a “thank you”

Presentation: Who runs public health?

Presentation: Capacity, responsibility and willingness: a qualitative study of patient and practitioner views of self-management in multimorbidity

Presentation: Working together for health: A qualitative study exploring the role of the third sector for chronic condition management

CLAHRC plays full part in leading health services research event

Poster: Improving the physical health care of people with severe and enduring mental illness

Paper on Patient-Led Assessment for Network Support (PLANS) published

Publication: Linking people with long-term health conditions to healthy community activities: development of Patient-Led Assessment for Network Support (PLANS)

Behaviour change among people with impaired glucose tolerance: article published

Publication: Behaviour change among people with impaired glucose tolerance: Comparison of telephone-based and face-to-face advice

Presentation: Central Manchester locality group CKD education session

Poster: Can a facilitated model improve evidence based practice for heart failure in primary care?

Poster: Improving health outcomes for CKD patients in Greater Manchester

Mental health awareness week: our innovative project improves physical health of patients

Application submitted for second round of CLAHRC funding

Paper on social networks support published

CKD education session held to improve kidney disease management

Impaired Glucose Tolerance Care Call nominated for two awards

The importance of Acute Kidney Injury care

Heart failure education sessions improve clinician skills

Physical health and severe mental illness project presented at two specialist events

Heart failure alert cards play a positive role in promoting continuity of care

Presentation: Mental and physical wellbeing – A joint project

PhD student’s work selected for publication in the American Diabetes Association Journal

GM CLAHRC CKD Improvement Project – the ‘silent killer’

Pioneering project to improve Manchester’s mental health

Study protocol from patients theme gets published in BioMed Central Trials Journal

Health information systems unveil latest projects

Helping patients achieve better blood pressure control

Early success in CKD improvement project

Improving care for CKD patients at Leigh Family Practice

Congratulations Roman

Next generation of CLAHRC call for bids

GM CLAHRC’s mental health project receives recognition from national charity

Health Trainer service supports people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes

GM CLAHRC Research echoed in NICE guidelines

Recruitment success for the BRIGHT trial

GM SAT presented at UK Stroke Forum

How the severe mental illness and physical health project is helping Mark

IMPAKT team win NIHR new media competition

Use of cartoons in self-management of long term conditions

Successful practitioner training for COINCIDE study

Patients’ Theme research published in Journal of Health Psychology

Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network – Prospectus is Live

Congratulations Iain – prestigious election to the American College of Medical Informatics

CKD project used as model of effective implementation of research

More practices in Greater Manchester set to improve care for heart failure patients

GM-SAT recognised in British Journal of Primary Care Nursing

Call for bids for Research Capability Funding

GM CLAHRC recognised at Salford Research Day

Stroke work published in Clinical Rehabilitation

Muriel Norton monitors her own blood pressure

£18 million electronic health research centre awarded to Manchester

GM CLAHRC delivering evaluation of Bolton’s Health Trainer service

GM CLAHRC one step ahead in improving care for people with CKD

Job Opportunity Research Associate /Fellow

Bury Heart Failure education session

The British Red Cross provides first aid training for the Withington Heart Group

Improving the physical health of people with severe and enduring mental illness

The Salford IGT Care Call is leading the way in diabetes prevention

Pets and their role in managing a long term condition

GM CLAHRC research awarded top prize from the Royal College of GPs

Congratulations Salford Royal for winning HSJ Changing Culture Award

IGT Care Call highly commended at Care Integration Awards

IGT Health Trainer

IGT Care Call

Heart Failure Alert Card

Improving the quality of stroke assessment

Improving the management of CKD in Primary Care

Congratulations to members of our CLAHRC teams

Presentation: Improving Post-Stroke Management

Future call for bids for a new CLAHRC and extension to current CLAHRC contract

GM CLAHRC work to be presented at Festival of Public Health UK

Poster: GM-HFIT – Improving the management of heart failure in primary care

Presentation: GM-HFIT – Improving the management of heart failure in primary care

Poster: Achieving more effective, quicker implementation of evidence-based healthcare in primary care practices

Presentation: Translating evidence into real-life settings: Type 2 Diabetes

Greater Manchester CLAHRC feature in latest HSRN Briefing

Poster: CKD Improvement Project: Implementing accurate registers and best practice care for patients in primary care

GM CLAHRC develops links with National CLAHRC Mental Health Teams

GM CLAHRC encourage patient and public involvement in research implementation

Successful results from our heart failure management project

Poster: NICE Improving the management of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in primary care

GM SAT developed into an electronic system used throughout the country

Article: CKD work published by BMJ Quality and Safety Journal

CKD work published by BMJ Quality and Safety Journal

IGT Care Call short-listed for a HSJ Care Integration Award

Call for bids for Research Capability Funding

Poster: Measuring sustainability of Chronic Kidney Disease identification improvement in primary care practices

GM CLAHRC launches new blood pressure self-monitoring project

GM CLAHRC present at this year’s HSRN Symposium

Dr Donal O'Donaghue

Closing workshop for the CKD project

Patients with diabetes or coronary heart disease benefit from mindfulness-based meditation

Heart Failure implementation work commended at international nursing conference

GM CLAHRC’s work supports successful multi-million pound funding award

Dr Donal O'Donaghue

Greater Manchester CLAHRC to present CKD project at NICE Annual Conference

IGT Care Call project attracts an international crowd

Recruitment under way for COINCIDE trial

Behaviour Change and Supporting Motivation to Self-Manage within CKD

Developing closer ways of working with local cardiac patients

GM-SAT Life after Stroke

How patients and the public were involved in designing the GM-SAT

Diabetes Implementation at NHS Bolton

Diabetes Implementation at NHS Bolton

GM CLAHRC launches new website

Presentation: Improving ‘Transitions’ in Heart Failure Care

Presentation: Defining And Delivering 6 Month Post Stroke Reviews

Presentation: Optimising Care for People with Multiple Chronic Conditions including Heart Failure

Poster: Finding patients with Chronic Kidney Disease and improving the management of their disease in Greater Manchester

Publication: IGT Care Call – An innovative approach to providing lifestyle and behaviour change to prevent Type 2 diabetes

How the IGT Health Trainer service helped a ‘shocked’ Lorraine

Regular exercise the key as IGT Health Trainers help Alan to lose weight – and keep it off

IGT Health Trainers helped David to make informed choices to reduce his impaired glucose tolerance

Lifestyle changes and support from IGT Health Trainers help Ayub get the messge

The front cover of GM-SAT Greater Manchester Stroke Assessment Tool.

How GM-SAT is used by NHS Salford and The Stroke Association

What did the CLAHRC’s CKD Collaborative mean for the patient?

Diabetes Care Call win

Success for Salford’s innovative service to reduce the risk of diabetes

National recognition for the work of Greater Manchester CLAHRC

New Chair of CLAHRC’s Flexibility and Sustainability Funding (FSF) Awards Committee

New Greater Manchester PCT Cluster Appointments

CKD Improvement Guide – Now Available

The NHS Leadership Awards 2010 – Winners

Life After Stroke, The Stroke Association Post Stroke Review Leaflet

IGT Care-Call Project workshop, 27th October

Post Stroke Review Pilot Project (In collaboration with the Stroke Association)

GM CLAHRC heart failure website launched for patients and professionals in NHS Manchester

CLAHRC develops ‘GM-SAT: The Greater Manchester Stroke Assessment Tool’

CLAHRC Chronic Kidney Disease Collaborative comes to a successful close at summit meeting

Equity and excellence: Liberating the NHS (White Paper)

NIHR Leaflet, June 2010

CKD Pathway Event

CLAHRC Information leaflet, 2010

Preventing Type 2 Diabetes – Learning & Sharing Workshop in Bolton, 28th April

Annual Report 2009-2010

CLAHRC CKD Collaborative final Learning Session

Department of Health: Progress in improving stroke care

National Audit Office report; Progress in improving stroke care – 3rd February 2010

Preventing Type 2 Diabetes workshop in NHS Bolton

Management of Atrial Fibrillation; Challenges, Changes and Improvement Event

Sir David Cooksey’s Review of Health Research – a 2006 review to build agreement on the best institutional arrangements for a new single fund for health research

Darzi says focus on long term conditions – 1st July, 2009

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