Wolfson Centre for Applied Health Research

  • Work begins: Spring 2018
  • Work due to be completed: Summer 2019
  • Cost: £3.1M
  • Contractors: Sewell

Brief: The Wolfson Centre for Applied Health Research is a collaborative partnership between the University of Leeds, University of Bradford and Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The Centre, to be established beside Bradford Royal Infirmary, is due to open in 2019.

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Bringing together researchers from all three institutions, the Wolfson Centre for Applied Health Research will host a centre for child health, including the ground-breaking ‘Born in Bradford’ and ‘Born in Bradford’s Better Start’ cohorts. It will also host the Centre for Ageing, one of the UK’s most successful research groups in applied health research for older people, and the National Institute for Health Research’s National Patient Safety Centre.

By combining the expertise of health researchers with clinicians who have daily contact with patients, the centre will ensure that its findings are put rapidly into practice – resulting in better health and social care for those who need it most.

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Works completed:
First floor plastering, mist coating, raised access flooring, radiators, floor boxes, and the kitchen.

March activities:
Water and electric to be connected to the building
Removal of the East and South scaffolding
Completion of cladding to the exterior of the building

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