Research and Innovation is at the heart of everything we do at Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust - discovering and evaluating new interventions, improving service user and carer experience, improving patient care, and supporting staff development.
Our team are available to support all enquiries relating to research and innovation across GMMH.
Research Grants and Funding
If you are looking to apply for funding to carry out a research project, the R&I team will be able to support you with identifying appropriate funding opportunities, costing projects, identifying collaborators, arranging contracts, managing research budgets.
If you are looking at setting up and research project, the R&I team will be able to support you with initial feasibility assessments, research sponsorship, approvals from the Health Research Authority, confirmation of capacity and capability within GMMH, arranging letters of access, processing study amendments.
In the first instance, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also see Applications
If you have an active research project or a project in set-up, we can support you with achieving participant recruitment targets including recruitment planning, accessing research delivery team resource, engaging with clinical services, overseeing recruitment data.
In the first instance please contact Kelly Gallagher, Research Recruitment Facilitator email@example.com
Also see Recording Recruitment in GMMH
If you have innovative ideas or have identified products that you think could improve our services/service user experience within GMMH, we would love to hear from you.
Our R&I team can support with appraising innovations and implementing those suitably aligned to GMMH clinical and corporate strategies, resources, and innovation capability.
For further discussions, please contact John Sainsbury, Innovation Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Research & Innovation Communications
The R&I team would like to share information across the GMMH community in order to increase awareness and understanding of research and innovation and encourage participation and involvement.
This could include planning events, developing web pages, sharing personal research stories, disseminating trial outcomes, celebrating successful implementation of a new intervention or share any other R&I related activity.
If you would like support with R&I Communications, please contact Kathryn MillsWebb: email@example.com
If your query does not fit into one of the categories above then please feel free to contact the main R&I Office on 0161 271 0084 or firstname.lastname@example.org and one of the R&I team will direct your query appropriately.