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The NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Greater Manchester (ARC-GM) is supporting applied health and care research that responds to, and meets, the needs of local populations and local health and care systems.

The NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Greater Manchester (ARC-GM) supports applied health and care research that responds to, and meets, the needs of local populations and local health and care systems.

We are  one of 15 ARCs across England, part of a £135 million investment by the NIHR to improve the health and care of patients and the public.

The NIHR ARC-GM is hosted by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, as part of Health Innovation Manchester, in collaboration with the University of Manchester and other Greater Manchester Universities. 

Our research activity is pivotal in finding and evaluating new and better ways of preventing illness and delivering care, ensuring that Greater Manchester continues to be at the leading edge of health innovation, applied research,  care and treatment.

We  deliver excellent and cutting edge applied health and care research that addresses key challenges, while supporting professionals to translate this into practice.

We work with our health and social care partners, the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector, industry and other NIHR infrastructure to translate priorities into answerable research questions, ensuring that our jointly co-produced research is relevant, useful and applicable to local service needs and affects policy and practice within Greater Manchester and beyond.

 

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