- a strong research partner with a growing reputation as a national leader fostering innovative clinical academic careers, and attracting external funding and national fellow-ships through our unique mentorship approach and collaborative working.
- continue to attract, cultivate and retain a research informed and active workforce, who autonomously engage in, lead and translate research into practice at any level
- influence regionally and nationally to remove perceived barriers, and enable research activity within clinical roles and the progression of clinical academic careers
- strengthen our research capacity through innovative research related training and development opportunities, through internally led programmes and partnership with Higher Education Institutions
- support our NHS partners to build research capacity, by sharing our expertise and experience, development opportunities and maximising opportunities for cross-organisational collaboration on research priorities
Find out more about our new five year Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professionals (NMAHPs) Strategy
How we are delivering this priority
£3.2m grant from Newcastle Hospitals Charity creates new NMAHP Researcher Institute
Linda Tinkler, Trust Lead for NMAHP Research explains how a £3.2m grant from Newcastle Hospitals Charity will see the introduction of a new Institute, dedicated to the progression of research talent amongst Newcastle’s nurses, midwives and AHPs.
How nurse led research into CBT has helped patients with respiratory conditions
A key priority for our strategy is to increase research opportunities and the positive impact it has for patients.
Dr Karen Marshall is a respiratory Nurse Consultant at the Royal Victoria Infirmary’s Chest Clinic. She describes her work around cognitive behavioural therapy or CBT which has helped so many people to manage anxiety and depression as a result of their respiratory conditions.