Arthritis Research UK, AMRC, Breast Cancer Campaign and the British Heart Foundation commissioned ComRes to interview 392 GPs, nurses and hospital doctors. The results showed universal agreement among that the NHS should support research into treatments for patients. However 91% of those surveyed identified barriers they had experienced to taking part in research, including lack of time, funding, practical support and difficulties navigating regulation. Responses also highlighted the practical challenges to be overcome if the NHS is to become an innovative research organisation driving improvements in patient care.
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This application form, guidance and criteria is for voluntary sector organisations working in partnership with the NHS and local authorities to apply for funding to improve hospital discharge arrangements for the homeless.