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£120m to improve NHS services

9th January 2013

Funding of £120 million has been announced by the Department of Health for an open competition to research ways of improving NHS services.

Overseen by the National Institute of Health Research, the projects will see collaborative partnerships between universities and surrounding NHS organisations. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said that Britain is one of the best research centres in the world and it was important to harness the skills and creativity in the sector to “really improve the lives of those who use the NHS.”


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Article Information

Title: £120m to improve NHS services
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23472
Date Added: 9th Jan 2013


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