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The NIHR Clinical Research Network and Health Services Research have put together ideas to better the design, delivery and dissemination of high quality health services research.

The toolkit is designed to bring together ideas, guidance and support together in one place, to help you deliver the high quality health services research that the NHS and health and social care settings needs.

The Health Services Research Toolkit is a national resource which brings together ideas, guidance and support in one place.

The NIHR funds and supports the set up and delivery of a wide range of research studies that deal with the development of health services. The HSR Toolkit has been launched by the NIHR Clinical Research Network (NIHR CRN), which provides researchers with the practical support they need to make clinical studies happen in both the NHS and the wider health and social care environment.

The toolkit is for researchers who are interested in or already delivering research with a focus on improving the quality, accessibility and organisation of health services, and as such is applicable to a number of different clinical specialties.

Professor Peter Bower, NIHR National Specialty Lead for Health Services Research, said: “Health services research is critical for an NHS that is effective, efficient and centred on patient need.


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