This page has moved to our new website. Please wait to be redirected automatically, or click here to go directly.

NETSCC Logo

About the HS&DR programme

Related Information
 Selection criteria
 Selection process
Latest HS&DR News
 4 September 2013
National Institute for Health Research to make debut at British Science Festival with live trial
 30 August 2013
NIHR showcases the clinical research that could bring hope to dementia sufferers
 17 July 2013
NIHR Themed Call: Preventing the development and spread of Antimicrobial Resistance
 3 June 2013
NIHR launches its own peer-reviewed collection of open access journals
 17 May 2013
International Clinical Trials Day: NIHR support in Clinical Trials
 14 May 2013
Creating consistent routines helps children take medicine properly
 2 May 2013
Study of recovery-focused mental health care planning and coordination in England and Wales
 

NETSCC RSS Feed NETSCC News Feeds
Follow NIHR on Twitter Follow NIHR on Twitter

 HS&DR > About the HS&DR Programme > How the programme operates

How does the programme operate?

The HS&DR Programme is Needs-led, Science-added and Value for money.

We are Needs-led because we assess what questions are important to the NHS, and in what priority they should be answered.
We are Science-added because we ask whether the proposal meets the scientific quality we insist on, and we support the delivery of quality research through our monitoring process.
We provide Value for money because assessment of need and scientific support maximises the relevance and benefits achievable within the funds available.

Read about our selection process and selection criteria.

Print Iconprinter friendly versionShareShare

The NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research (HS&DR) Programme is managed by the NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC). NETSCC is part of the University of Southampton funded by the NIHR, with specific contributions from the CSO in Scotland and NISCHR in Wales and the HSC R&D Division, Public Health Agency in Northern Ireland.

Disclaimer  •  FOI  •  Privacy  •  Copyright  •  Sitemap  •  Contact  •  Complaints  •  Accessibility