Health and care partners in the North West of England come together to recognise the contributions made by nurses, midwives and allied health professionals in the world of health and care research.
Strategic partners in health and social care today launch a new strategy which recognises the importance of research to improve health and social care outcomes for patients and service users.
It celebrates the contributions made by nurses, midwives and allied health professionals across the whole health and care spectrum, and showcases new offerings that are being developed for practitioners over the next three years.
The North West England Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Professionals (NMAHP) Research Capacity & Capability Strategy 2021-24 showcases new offerings including the development of bespoke skill-based courses for social care researchers and enhanced offerings for those individuals who have already started their health and care research careers.
The strategy has been developed collaboratively by Health Education England North West (HEE North West), the region’s two Clinical Research Networks (CRNs) from North West Coast and Greater Manchester and delivery will be led by the NHS Research & Development Team (NHS R&D NW).
The new North West England Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Professionals (NMAHP) Research Capacity & Capability Strategy 2021-24 can be found at the link below: