Active Projects

An organisational analysis of North West London Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC).

This project aims to devise and evaluate a systematic approach for the rapid adoption of clinically effective interventions. It will develop and evaluate a model for the conduct and application of health research that is transferable across the NHS, and develop research and leadership capacity and capability across northwest London.

Project Facts

Start date: April 2009
End date: September 2013
Investigators Professor James Barlow; Dr. Jane Hendy
Staff Employed Dimitrios Spyridonidis, Theopisti Chrysanthaki
Status Active

Project Partners

Fully funded by National Institute for Health Research via the North West London CLARHC. Involvement of PCTs, Acute Trusts, and other bodies in the NW London region.

Project Partners

HaCIRIC
Imperial College Business School
Tanaka Building
South Kensington Campus
London SW7 2AZ
E: d.spyridonidis(at)imperial(dot)ac(dot)uk

The Imperial College team is conducting a qualitative and quantitative study of organisational issues relating to the CLAHRC’s ability to stimulate the sustainable introduction of service delivery and other innovations.