About the Centre
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,
the centre makes the University of Manchester a world leader in primary care patient safety research.
James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership
The Primary Care Patient Safety Priority Setting Partnership (Patient Safety PSP) aims to identify, through a simple questionnaire, the top ten areas of uncertainty around patient safety in primary care, as agreed by patients, carers and healthcare professionals.
Visit the website for more information and follow on Twitter: @JLA_PatientSafetyPSP
Why focus on patient safety in primary care?
All patients are entitled to access safe and effective health care. Avoiding errors, or identifying and correcting them, is a high priority.
- Develop evidence-based approaches to keep patients safe in their interactions with primary care
- Develop capacity in primary care patient safety research
- Develop and test educational interventions aimed at both patients and practitioners to improve patient safety
For further information see: About Us
Welcome to the NIHR Greater Manchester PSTRCView: Video: Professor Stephen Campbell
Principal Investigator introduces the NIHR Greater Manchester PSTRC.
Find out more about projects in the Greater Manchester PSTRC, our patient and public involvement and other related topics in our blog.
Visit our YouTube channel for introductory videos to the research themes, video and audio clips of patient views of patient safety and more...
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