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This network brings together researchers exploring different aspects of nursing, pharmacy practice, informatics, and public health and management.
The primary goals of this research network are to ensure that research in health and social care services has a positive impact on professional practice, and to identify and evaluate new or alternative ways to deliver therapies and services.
This network brings together researchers from diverse disciplines including nursing, pharmacy practice, sports and exercise science and public health and involves collaboration with a wide range of NHS and other external organisations. Current research reflects the diversity of expertise and interests. Some key areas are medicines for children, adverse drug reactions, community nursing and medical decision-making. Outcomes from our research have already impacted positively on policy and practice. See the menu options opposite for further details.
Membership of this network will encourage the sharing of best practice across disciplines and facilitate skills transfer while also adding value to traditional approaches to this field of research. The network leads, Professor Janet Krska and Professor Fiona Irvine can provide more information on membership options and research opportunities. To contact them, please click here. Alternatively, click here to view IHR membership options and other information related to the research network.