As part of the National Institute for Health Research, we use the skills, knowledge and expertise of researchers, health and social care professionals, managers, commissioners and patients to conduct high quality research projects to find new ways of improving healthcare. Our aim is to ensure the results of the research are translated quickly and effectively into benefits for patients, the wider NHS and social care.

Please see our About Us section for a recently developed info-graphic outlining the CLAHRC NWL journey so far.


Quality Improvement: Making the Difference 

25 January 2018
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists



  • 2017-05
    Improving Health London Event

    As part of Healthy Living Week, CLAHRC NWL was proud to be a part of the team who lead the Urgent and Emergency Care Collaborative Event at The Kia Oval on Wednesday 20th September.

    Below are just some of the stories and presentations from the day.

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    Posted 22 Sep 2017, 06:07 by Derryn Lovett
  • 2017-09
    Sickle Cell Infographic Scoops National Award

    The competition aimed to recognise the ways people funded and supported by the NIHR can ‘get digital’ with their research, whilst raising awareness of research at the same time. Entries were invited across five categories – video, photo, infographic, online community and website. Despite it being the awards first year, competition was strong; there were 165 entries to the competition, and 2251 public votes.


    The infographic, which highlights and explains themes from our recent research on Sickle Cell Disease, was chosen as winner of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) ‘Let’s Get Digital’ Awards in the Infographic category

    Expert judge Robin Turton, Director at More Tea Design Ltd, said:

    “The winning infographic has a really accessible quality – the sense of a scene being created invites the reader in, alluding to the idea that ‘people think nothing’s wrong’. It’s colourful in design and well suited to the broad public audience it’s intended for – congratulations to the team!“


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    Posted 22 Sep 2017, 05:54 by Elis Gjegja
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