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Following a series of successful SPCR studies into multi-morbidity by researchers at the universities of Bristol and Manchester, funding has been granted for a new nationwide study by the NIHR.

The three year study will investigate ways to improve the quality of life for patients suffering with multiple long-term conditions and involves researchers from the universities of Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow (Scottish School for Primary Care Research) and Dundee, in partnership with the Royal College of General Practitioners and Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group.

The project is funded by the National Institute for Health Research Health Services and Delivery Research (NIHR HS&DR). View press release from the University of Bristol.

Project lead: Professor Chris Salisbury, School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol. Link to a news item by the University of Manchester.

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