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.

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Making a Difference: Our Latest Case Studies

Our latest projects

The cost-effectiveness of improving adherence for asthma treatment evaluation of the YHAHSN Straight Talking asthma project (collaborating with Health Innovation Yorkshire and Humber)

This study aims to explore the cost-effectiveness of interventions improving asthma treatment adherence, with a specific focus on the role of socioeconomic inequality. The developed model will seek to support...

Evaluation of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) Mental Health Response Vehicles

In this research project, co-funded by YAS, we will use routine data to explore the impact of the MHRVs on attendances for mental health emergencies at hospitals in the area....

Patient compliance with NHS 111 advice

The NHS 111 telephone advice and triage service. Research is required into whether the service is appropriately fulfilling its function to advise and/or triage patients to the right level of...

Upcoming Events

Tackling parental loneliness in the first 1001 days

18th September 2024

10:30 am

– 2:30 pm

Online