UK Govt. announces £135 million pumped into health research

Health is changing its face rapidly. And thus what is required here is that you need to be updated with the latest healthcare technologies. So, health research plays a pivotal here.

Understanding the importance of the same , innovators and local authorities so that you can get the best out of your health research. The government would be focusing on the same for the next 5 years.

UK government is also providing funding through the National Institute of Health Research to 15 partners. This partnership will branch out the knowledge and database about existing health repository and many new vaccines and antidotes will also be formed in the long chain of time.

This movement will also play a major role in transforming the lives of people who are dealing with obesity, mental health illness, dementia.

This will also help many women dealing with their pregnancies. This funding will also get aligned with Govt. long term plan of providing every woman with the same set of midwives during pregnancy, birth and postnatal by 2021.

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Nicola Blackwood, Health Minister said:

As the population grows and demand on the NHS increases, it is paramount we develop the next generation of technologies and improve the way we work to ensure the NHS continues to offer world-leading care.

The UK has a proud history of cutting-edge health research and, by supporting the great minds in health and social care, this funding has the potential to unlock solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing healthcare and revolutionize the way patients access treatments in the future.

Chief Scientific Adviser to the Department of Health and Social Care, Professor Chris Whitty said:

“The unique local collective approach at each NIHR applied research collaboration will support applied health and care research that responds to, and meets, the needs of local patients, and local health and care systems.

The network will also be able to tackle health priorities at a national level.

The 15 new NIHR applied research collaborations will ensure that we grow applied health and care research in every region in England. 

The additional funding announced today means we will ensure that our world-leading research is turned into real benefits for patients to ensure the applied research collaborations work together to have national-level impact”.

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