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IPH responded to a draft consultation - Research for Better Health and Social Care: A Strategy for Health and Social Care Research and Development in Northern Ireland

Creator:

Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH)

Subject Keywords: Health Care, Social Care, Research, Evaluation
Catalogue: Policy
Policy consultation responses
Type: Policy
Region: All-island
Description:

In September 2014 the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety sought views on a Strategy for Health and Social Care Research and Development in Northern Ireland. The strategy sets out the DHSSPS’s commitment to support research, researchers and the use of evidence from research to improve the quality of both health and social care and for better policy-making. It describes the ambition to increase investment in R&D by competing successfully for R&D funding, with all the benefits that brings.

This is the third strategy for Health and Social Care R&D. The first two strategies were implemented successfully and the realisation of their objectives has transformed the capacity to undertake high quality research that provides knowledge for improvements in health or social care services, prevention of ill-health and support for the economy.

This new strategy builds on these successes and describes the commitment of DHSSPS to continually improve the HSC R&D landscape in Northern Ireland.

IPH welcomed the opportunity to submit its views (2nd January 2015) on the strategy which reflects on the achievements of its predecessor: Research for Health and Wellbeing 2007-2012/13.

Date:

02/01/2015

DOI:

10.14655/749069-1022715

Rights: © IPH
Suggested citation:

Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH). (2015) IPH responded to a draft consultation - Research for Better Health and Social Care: A Strategy for Health and Social Care Research and Development in Northern Ireland [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/1022715 [Accessed: 22nd July 2018].

  

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