Working with partners
Find out about the ways we work in partnership with other organisations to establish a research system in the UK that meets the needs of all those involved.
Making a difference
In collaboration with a charity and local authority, researchers worked with people who inject drugs, and those who work with them, to understand their views on low dead space injecting equipment. The insight gathered informed communication to increase the adoption of this new, safer equipment in needle and syringe programmes across the UK.
Accelerated Access Collaborative (AAC)
A partnership between patient groups, government bodies, industry and NHS organisations. ACC members work together to streamline the adoption of new innovations in healthcare.
Collaboration with industry
Details of the support the NIHR can provide life sciences and MedTech organisations. This includes funding opportunities, access to specialist facilities and help setting up studies.
National medical horizon scanning facility. The observatory keeps an eye on future medicines, devices and diagnostics. Its work helps shape policy, regulation, approvals and stimulates research activity.
Innovations in Clinical Trial Design and Delivery for the Under-served (INCLUDE)
A project to make research more inclusive and better involve under-served groups.
Details of how the NIHR works with local authorities and councils across the UK. Research aims to improve health and wellbeing, support independence and reduce health inequalities.
Study Support Service for Industry
The NIHR offers life sciences organisations free support to help plan, place and perform high quality clinical research in the UK.
Working with charities
The NIHR partners with health and social care charities to support research. Charity partnerships combine expertise, streamline processes and bring benefits to patients and the public faster.
Working with other funders
Details of how the NIHR works with other funders of health and care research in the UK, including UK research councils and government bodies.