Event_NIHR #CLAHRC YH Mental Health & Comorbidity Dissemination Event @SimonGilbody @LizHughesDD

NIHR CLAHRC YH Mental Health & Comorbidities Theme Mid-Term Dissemination Event

Tuesday 14th March 2017

King’s Manor, Huntingdon Room, Exhibition Square, York YO1 7EP

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NIHR CLAHRCs (Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care) are collaborative partnerships between universities and the surrounding NHS organisations, focused on improving patient outcomes through the conduct and application of applied health research. Nine CLAHRC pilots were established in October 2008 throughout England, followed by the current arrangement of 13 CLAHRCs around England which began in 2014. Each CLAHRC is sub-divided into several themes highlighting local strengths.

NIHR CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber is geographically the largest CLAHRC in England. Come along to see what work is being supported by CLAHRC in your area. We will be highlighting our high quality research projects, evaluation and implementation projects and capacity building within the mental health and comorbidities theme with presentations, posters and guest speakers. We will also be holding a workshop to hear your views on what direction future research efforts should take.

Who is this event for? Anyone who has an interest in improving the health and wellbeing of people with mental health problems, including commissioners, clinical practitioners, people with lived experience of mental health problems alongside other long term conditions, their carers, and academics.

The event is being held in one of York Universities’ wonderful historical buildings in the centre of York, Kings Manor.


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