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NIHR Patient Safety Research Collaborations (PSRCs) are partnerships between universities and NHS trusts that support patient safety research

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Our research

Our themes of work, developed with patients, families and health professionals, reflect both our existing research strengths and the aim of building safety more comprehensively into the system.

About us

Our PSRC aims to develop, validate and test innovations, approaches and interventions that have the potential to lead to improvements in patient safety and the safety of health and care services.

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The difference we make

To deliver our ambitious programme of research, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (BTHFT) and the University of Leeds, will work with a wide range of partners from the universities of Bradford, Nottingham, York and Oxford.

How you can get involved

We are committed to actively and meaningfully involving and engaging patients, members of the public and healthcare staff in developing, delivering and translating our research into practice.

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We engage staff and patients

To deliver research that makes healthcare safer for all. A key emphasis underpinning all research themes is the reduction in inequalities in the safety of healthcare



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