Partners and affiliates
The ACRC partners and affiliates
The ACRC is a collaboration between the University of Edinburgh, Newcastle University and University College, London. We are also affiliated to a range of other centres and projects. These are listed below.
Newcastle University is a partner organisation within the ACRC.
University College London
University College London is a partner organisation within the ACRC.
AIM CISC is an affiliated programme of the ACRC
Supporting Older Caregivers of People with Multiple Long-term Conditions
Co-designing Future Implementation Research Priorities and Assistive Technology Innovations Targeted at Supporting Older Caregivers of People with Multiple Long-term Conditions
Primary Care and Multimorbidity
Primary Care and Multimorbidity Research Group
Supporting the development of innovative healthcare in Scotland.
Healthy Working Lives
Healthy Working Lives: The Innovate UK-funded, University of Edinburgh-led Healthier Working Lives programme assessing the challenges and opportunities for the over-50s care workforce.
Centre for Homelessness and Inclusive Health
The Centre for Homelessness and Inclusion Health (CHIH) is a collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and local partners in Scotland to improve the health and wellbeing of people who experience homelessness.
Clinical Natural Language Processing Research Group
Clinical Natural Language Processing Research Group are a multidisciplinary team of medical, epidemiological, computer science researchers at the University of Edinburgh who apply NLP to clinical text.
Supporting Healthy Ageing at Work (SHAW)
Supporting Healthy Ageing at Work (SHAW) or Beyond 10,000 Steps is a project about extending healthy ageing in the workplace so that workers have a high quality of working life for longer.