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PenCLAHRC Annual Report 2018-19

PenCLAHRC reported to our funder, the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), on a yearly basis about outputs, impacts, project activity and progress against our over-arching aims and objectives.

The last PenCLAHRC Annual Report was submitted in May 2019, for the period 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019.

View copies of the Annual Report, along with five Case Studies, below:
  PenCLAHRC Annual Report 2018-2019
Case Study  Health Services Modelling Associates Programme
Case Study  Nature and Health
Case Study  Researchers-in-Residence and the Torbay Integrated Care Organisation Evaluation
Case Study  STARS - Supporting Teachers and Children in Schools
Case Study  Modelling revascularisation services after ischaemic stroke

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