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March Newsletter 2017: Nutrition and Exercise

Many of the improvement programmes at CLAHRC Northwest London centre around the principles of preventative medicine and care. As we all know the most basic preventative care is to maintain a healthy eating and exercise regime. Current projects that make... Continue Reading →

January Newsletter 2017: Supporting Self-Care

Asthma is one of the most common long-term conditions in the UK. An estimated 75% of hospital admissions are avoidable and 90% of deaths from Asthma are preventable. People with asthma have an elevated incidence of anxiety/depression and effective treatment of... Continue Reading →

November Newsletter: Supporting Vulnerable Children

1 in 8 babies born in the UK will need to be admitted for neonatal care. Having a baby in intensive care is something no parent is prepared for. Parents are scared and worried, they don’t always understand the medical... Continue Reading →

October Newsletter: Managing Complex Needs

In Northwest London, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust is undertaking the important work of improving patient and carer interaction in CLAHRC NWL’s Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) project. Many care plans and physical and mental maladies present complex care circumstances, whether it be... Continue Reading →

The Interface Between Research and Healthcare – Implementing Evidence in Northwest London

June 17th CLAHRC NWL announced £320,000 Funding Awarded To Five New Research Driven Improvement Projects. September sees the launch of the five new quality improvement initiatives across NHS organisations in northwest London. The CLAHRC NWL programme undertakes research to develop and evaluate strategies for... Continue Reading →

£320,000 Funding Awarded To Five New Research Driven Improvement Projects

NIHR CLAHRC NWL will be supporting five new research driven improvement projects in NWL The projects aim to make a difference to the provision of care to patients and carers and spans themes of breathlessness, early years, frailty and mental... Continue Reading →

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