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The scheme aims to improve outcomes for patients and the public; improve the quality, delivery and efficiency of health and care services; and increase the sustainability of the health and care system both locally and nationally. The new ARCs will tackle a number of areas of need highlighted by the NIHR Futures of Health report including: the challenges of an ageing society; multimorbidity and the increasing demands placed on our health and care system.

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24th Jan
See how CLAHRC NWC worked with residents in #OldSwan on this very issue
24th Jan
RT @ClarissaGiebel: The first output from our @arc_nwc @SwanseaUni @EdinburghUni collaboration - looking forward to sharing some first rout…
24th Jan
RT @DrSiobhanReilly: @maxwele2 Our programme of work looks at #dementia training in #hospitals and neighbourhoods and what leads to success…
23rd Jan
RT @poojaliverpool: Busy week of continuing #collaboration and #coproduction with colleagues from across the sector for #SuicidePrevention…
22nd Jan
RT @innovationnwc: Our judging panel has decided on the finalists for the prestigious #NWCawards2020 – and they’re all amazing! If you’ve n…
22nd Jan
RT @ForHousing: We’re delighted we have been shortlisted for the North West Coast Research and Innovation Awards 2020! This would not have…
22nd Jan
RT @HealthierLSC: Our transformation programme, #EPIC is shortlisted for #NWCAwards2020 Culture for Innovation award. We'd quite like to…
22nd Jan
RT @WaltonCentre: Three of our amazing staff have been shortlisted! We are incredibly proud of their hard work in improving patient care @i…