This is a legacy web site
This legacy website is no longer maintained with the latest information. CLAHRC NDL ended in December 2013.
Some functions are no longer active, such as submission or enquiry forms. Contact or other information (including hyperlinks) may be out of date and should not be relied upon.
A new CLAHRC East Midlands is now operational. Visit www.clahrc-em.nihr.ac.uk or follow @CLAHRC_EM on Twitter for more information.
CLAHRC-NDL is a health research collaboration between the University of Nottingham and NHS organisations across Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire.
We are one of nine CLAHRCs in England and are funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) until September 2013.
The three primary functions of the CLAHRCs are to improve patient outcomes through:
- The conduct of high quality applied health research
- Implementing findings from research in clinical practice
- Increasing the capacity of NHS organisations to engage with and apply research, including continuing professional development for professionals and managers.
Our focus is clinical research into long term conditions; mental health, stroke rehabilitation, primary care, children and young people, and older people's health and wellbeing, supported by a core team providing health economics, engagement and implementation expertise.
Research making a difference to practice
CLAHRC-NDL Conference 2010