Report: Review of research priorities for NIHR NETSCC

Report: Review of research priorities for NIHR NETSCC

Colleagues from the School were commissioned by the NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC) to review known research priorities in adult social care and map these to the NETSCC funding streams. The aim was to identify a list of research priorities that NETSCC could consider to commission further adult social care research projects and possible themed research calls.

The final report from this work has now been published by the School and is available here.

 

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