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Our Implementation Strategy and early impacts

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Our Implementation Strategy sets out how we can enhance the delivery of impact from our work – to make changes in practice, improve the sustainability of the health and care system, and improve outcomes for people living in the North East and North Cumbria.

To achieve this, our Research Themes are building a ‘research ecosystem’ in partnership with health and care organisations and the public, across the region. This will help us respond quickly to the needs of our partners and communities.

Our work is supported by an Implementation Advisory Group (IAG) who, together, bring a deep understanding of the context of practice and policy across the care system, experience of large-scale service change, as well as influence and connectivity.

In the first two years of our Applied Research Collaboration, we are conducting work to support the implementation of five care pathways.

These pathways relate to:
Smoking in pregnancy
Back pain
The deteriorating patient
Childhood allergies

An Implementation Advisory Group will support this work.

The graphic below aims to summarise our Implementation Strategy

Diagram of implementation strategy