NHS Wonder Women Episode 4 is here!

Today we launched the fourth episode of our #NHSWonderwomen film Series featuring Dr Jane Martindale from Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust. In this short film Dr Jane Martindale, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, shares her personal journey into research and the many surprises along the way. It was her curiosity and passion to help to…

NHS Wonder Women – Episode 3 is here!

Following the success of the first two films, NHS R&D North West are pleased to bring you the third film from our Wonder Women series, Professor Sally Spencer, Director of Clinical Research, Postgraduate Medical Institution (PGMI) Edge Hill University, click here to watch the film. To see other films in the series, please click here 

Philosopher in Residency Launch!

  An innovative collaboration between the NHS and the University of Liverpool. NHS Research & Development North West (NHS R&D NW) are pleased to announce the commencement of a new and creative collaboration with the Department of Philosophy at the University of Liverpool called:   To read more about the residency, click here

Wonder Women Film Series Launches today!

. . . #NHSWonderWomen is a new series of NHS R&D NW short films showcasing the talent of North West women in health and social care research. Interviewed by creative artist and comedian, Jana Kennedy, these women talk about the human side to their work, their passion for research, the personal cost, the hilarious and the mundane.…


We are pleased to announce the launch of The Researcher Magazine Edition 4: Building Community today!    A digital online magazine created by health researchers, for health researchers We’re so excited to bring you The Researcher Magazine Edition 4: Building Community. We’ve got some great articles from Tina Coldham, the chair of INVOLVE, Morgan Lowe promotes the ‘Nerd Life’ and some…

Who are the NIHR?

A new video has been released to explain who the NIHR is and what it does. The video, which is less than one minute long, describes the NIHR ‘in a nutshell’ and features people from across the NIHR who are working towards improving the health and wealth of the nation through research. You can watch…

The Wonky Car!

Singing the praises of health research in a way that we can all understand. Rob Young discusses how health researchers need to communicate. To read the current edition click Robs Newsletter March 2017