The NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Yorkshire and Humber conducts applied health research to improve the health and wellbeing of the 5.4 million people in the region.

Bringing together expertise from universities, NHS trusts, local authorities and partners, our ARC multidisciplinary teams work with the public to focus on addressing the major health challenges faced by our population.

Our Research Areas

Our Approach

Making a Difference: Our Latest Case Studies

Our latest projects

Acceptability of photobiomodulation for mucositis management in children and young people

Most children with cancer are treated with chemotherapy. Eight in every ten of these children develop a sore mouth, which can involve extensive, painful ulceration. We call this oral mucositis....

GP drop-in clinics at Family Hubs

Our team are supporting Hull City Council to evaluate a new GP drop-in clinic at a Family Hub. The clinic is available to all families attending certain play sessions at...

Exploring the psychometric properties of parent and child measures

We are working on several projects that will evaluate the psychometric properties and potential utility of measures administered during the early years to both parents and children. We are looking...

Upcoming Events

INSIGHT Programme Webinar

18th June 2024

5:00 pm

– 6:00 pm

Online (Microsoft Teams)

Supporting Young Bradford webinar

23rd May 2024

11:00 am

– 12:00 pm

Online

Lunch and Learn

Lunch & Learn – A Career in research delivery: How to embed research delivery into practice and build clinical research capacity

18th June 2024

12:30 pm

– 1:30 pm

Online (Zoom)