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The NIHR Applied Research Collaboration ARC NWC is part of the NIHR and hosted by the NHS Cheshire and Merseyside ICB in partnership with the University of Liverpool. NIHR ARCs are regional collaborations between organisations that undertake applied health and care research. The NIHR has awarded £135 million over five years to 15 ARCs across England. ARCs support applied health and care research that responds to the needs of local populations and health and care systems.

Our infrastructure provides research expertise, specialist facilities, a research delivery workforce and support services which all help to support and deliver the research we fund, and research funded by others. Research funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), medical research charities, the life sciences industry (biopharmaceuticals, medtech, genomics, diagnostics and digital health), and other relevant industries all benefit from the network of services and support that we provide.

ARC NWC aims to improve outcomes for patients and the public through collaboration working by bringing together academics, health and social care providers, members of the public, universities and local authorities. Its vision is to improve the quality, delivery and efficiency of health and care services; reduce health inequalities and increase the sustainability of the health and care system both locally and nationally.

22nd Mar
📅In this online innovative workshop, facilitated by the Community Research and Engagement Network we will be using creative approaches to strengthen power and give voice to communities so they can truly influence health research moving forwards. Tickets➡️
22nd Mar
RT @ClarissaGiebel: Ahead of today's #LiverpoolDementia Forum webinar, it is a pleasure to announce that @WeidnerWendy from @AlzDisInt will…
22nd Mar
RT @innovationnwc: Looking back on the winners of last year's Tackling Health Inequalities award we look fo…
22nd Mar
RT @NIHRARCs: Tomorrow (Thursday) #NIHRARCs @arc_nwc's @ClarissaGiebel is giving an update on the #dementia #inequalities board game 🎲♟️🎲t…
21st Mar
RT @NaheedandTahir: @UnlockingBirth @arc_nwc Its a wrap! #MartinLewis @MartinSLewis @itvMLshow Thank you for the brilliant savings 🙏 https:…
21st Mar
RT @NaheedandTahir: Got a question for @MartinSLewis . Yes we have ! #costofliving #EnergyCrisis #bills #morgage #insurance. Watch us get o…
21st Mar
RT @innovationnwc: The deadline to enter the #NWCAwards2023 is on Friday We’ve been looking back at last year’s e…
21st Mar
RT @innovationnwc: A team from Lancashire & S Cumbria NHS FT won the Ruth Young award last year at the NWC Research and Innovation Awards:…