Increasing the evidence-base for primary care practice
The National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) School for Primary Care Research is a partnership between nine leading academic centres for primary care research in England.
Established in 2006, we work to increase the evidence base for primary care practice through high quality research and strategic leadership, and to build capacity in primary care with a well established training programme.
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NIHR Leaders Support and Development Programme
Future-Focused Leadership Programme. Our flagship leadership programme for NIHR Leaders and NIHR Emerging Research Leaders.
The NIHR Academy Mentoring Programme. This new programme offers post-doctoral NIHR Academy Members the opportunity to seek support for their academic and career development from a mentor drawn from our wide NIHR leadership community.
NIHR Three Research Schools Dementia Programme - call for research proposals
The NIHR Three Schools’ Dementia Research Programme invites full proposals for research projects to address priorities for improving the lives of people living with or at risk of dementia, family and other carers.
Closing date: 4.30pm Wednesday 7 Sept 2022
Higher Arm Versus Lower Arm Systolic Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Outcomes: a Meta-Analysis of Individual Participant Data From the INTERPRESS-IPD Collaboration
Christopher E. Clark et al, (2022), Hypertension
Clinical code usage in UK general practice: a cohort study exploring 18 conditions over 14 years
Salwa S Zghebi et al, (2022), BMJ Open, 12
End of life care in UK care homes - controlled drugs: systematic review and narrative synthesis
Megha Majumder et al, (2022), BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care
The NIHR School for Primary Care Research is a research and capacity-building partnership between nine leading centres for academic primary care across England, with our Directorate hosted at the Keele University.