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NIHR Three Research Schools awarded £10 million to deliver programme of prevention research

The NIHR Three Research Schools have been awarded £10m of funding to deliver a programme of prevention research from 2023–2027. The programme aims to develop, evaluate and understand how to implement interventions which promote health and wellbeing, treat conditions early, and manage health problems to prevent severe disease.

The NIHR Three Research Schools is a collaboration between the Schools for Public Health Research (SPHR), Primary Care Research (SPCR), and Social Care Research (SSCR). Together, the Three Schools are currently delivering two other collaborative programmes of work on Mental Health and Dementia.

The cross-school collaboration programme aims to deliver research that will accelerate the adoption and scale of innovation aimed at prevention or early diagnosis in the health and social care systems.

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