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The NIHR research programmes fund essential research aimed at improving health and wellbeing in the UK. To find out more about what we do, and why and how we do it, visit our pages About NETSCC.

In order to get the necessary diversity of expert input and still to remain grounded in the lived experience of members of the public, patients and carers, we depend on the input of a wide variety of people from all walks of life.

If you are interested in helping shape the NHS and public health research agenda please see below for ways to contribute:

Get involved as a member of the public or a patient

The NIHR sees public and patient involvement (PPI) as vital in the research process, and demonstration of PPI at every stage of a research proposal is a pre-requisite of an NIHR funding award as patients and the public are at the heart of the work of the NIHR. more

Get involved as a professional

We need a the input of skilled and experienced individuals, across a variety of fields, and through a variety of channels. more

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The NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC), based at the University of Southampton, manages evaluation research programmes and activities for the NIHR.

 

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