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About the Centre

We are pleased to announce that £6.69million has been awarded to The University of Manchester along with its fellow MAHSC partner, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust (SRFT), to create a city-wide early translational patient safety research programme from 2017-2022, building on the existing PSTRC.

The Greater Manchester Primary Care Patient Safety Translational Research Centre (Greater Manchester PSTRC) is funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) for five years (£6,291,208 from August 2012) and works on behalf of Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with The University of Manchester.

It is a unique and groundbreaking centre, with a strong patient and public involvement and engagement agenda.

Covering four main research themes,

  1. Medication Safety
  2. Multimorbidity
  3. General Practice
  4. Interface and Informatics

the centre makes the University of Manchester a world leader in primary care patient safety research.

View: Video: Professor Stephen Campbell
The centre's Principal Investigator introduces the NIHR Greater Manchester PSTRC.

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