The NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Kent, Surrey and Sussex (ARC KSS) has funded six, new Priorities for Care research projects that will provide creative solutions to the provision of health and care services across the region.

All projects, which start this month (October), involve a number of different partners from across the region and cover a range of different health and social care services.

They include:

Victoria Hare, Programme Manager at ARC KSS, said:

"We are pleased to be able to fund six new projects, all of which address a clear priority for health and care providers and commissioners across the region.

"All projects selected offer a clear and practical pathway to improve outcomes or care provision, they involve a range of partners across health and care settings and including academia in Kent, Surrey and Sussex and have been designed to involve members of the public and our communities."

All projects awarded contribute to at least one of the ARC KSS themes or sub themes and will run for up to two years.

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