Multiple Long Term Conditions (MLTC) Cross NIHR Collaboration (MLTC CNC) Workstream Membership Opportunity

The NIHR are now accepting applications for new members for all three of their MLTC Cross NIHR Collaboration workstreams: Interventions & Prevention, Methodologies and Models of Care.

Although this first round of recruitment will establish delivery teams for each of the workstreams, there will be subsequent opportunities for others to become involved in workstream activities and attend events throughout the project.

The National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) is a large, multi-faceted and nationally distributed health research organisation funded through the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC). Working in partnership with the NHS, universities, local government, other research funders, patients and the public, we deliver and enable world-class research that transforms people’s lives, promotes economic growth and advances science.

Research into Multiple Long-Term Conditions (MLTC) is a strategic priority for the NIHR. A Multiple Long-Term Conditions Cross-NIHR Collaboration (MLTC CNC) has been established to bring together the NIHR’s translational, applied and policy research infrastructure to respond to the NIHR Strategic Framework for MLTC Research; and work together to tackle the MLTC research questions that could not be achieved without this cross-disciplinary collaborative endeavour. This Collaboration will be inclusive of all parts of NIHR which includes NIHR Infrastructure (Biomedical Research Centres, Applied Research Collaborations etc.), Schools and Units to maximise the use of existing resources, leverage additional funding, attract commercial and non-commercial partners and collaborators, and build research capability, capacity and leadership in MLTC research.

For the full details about this opportunity, please follow the link below:

MLTC Cross NIHR Collaboration (MLTC CNC) – Workstream Membership Opportunity

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