A screen print of our leaflet explaining our work around developing the REMORA app to help patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
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CLAHRC BITE: Helping arthritis patients using app technology

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

CLAHRC BITE: Room for improvement in chronic kidney disease care

CLAHRC BITE: Evaluating extended access to general practice

Improving the identification and care of patients with chronic kidney disease

Preventing type 2 diabetes in Salford

A group of people in a meeting.

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

A male and female couple laughing together in hospital.

Innovative stroke assessment tool developed to streamline care

A GP measuring a patient's blood pressure.

Identifying the missing thousands with undiagnosed chronic kidney disease

A GP receptionist talking to a patient.

Improving access to primary care

A carer with the person they're looking after.

Helping to provide better care for cancer patients

A GP taking someone's blood pressure.

Success in tackling chronic kidney disease

Staff at a practice discussing paperwork.

Working together to prevent acute kidney injury in Salford

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

Reducing the risk of diabetes in Salford

Stroke assessment tool has national impact

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

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

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

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

Improving care for CKD patients at Leigh Family Practice

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

Muriel Norton monitors her own blood pressure

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

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?

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