NHS England Research and Development Strategy (NHS England)


NHS England has a statutory responsibility to promote research, according to the NHS Constitution (2013), the Health and Social Care Act (2012) and the Mandate to NHS England.

NHS England has released a draft research and development strategy. The closing date for this consultation closes on January 30th 2014. The Research and Development Strategy aims to:

  1. Support high quality commissioning backed by research and innovation.
  2. Support NHS England as an excellent organisation, encouraging a culture which values and promotes research and innovation.
  3. Create an evidence-based decision making culture.
  4. Ensure NHS England’s research is patient-centred.
  5. Offer patients the opportunity to take part in research.
  6. Contribute to economic growth.

Read more: NHS England Research and Development Strategy Consultation.


NHS England Research and Development Strategy Consultation. London: NHS England, January 2014.

Full Text Link


Minogue, V. (2013). Research and Development Strategy (DRAFT) 2013 – 2018: research is everybody’s business. London: NHS England, December 2013. Gateway Reference: 00894.

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