What does the Cooksey report hold for nursing research in the UK?

Watson, Roger, McKenna, Hugh and Thompson, David R. (2007) What does the Cooksey report hold for nursing research in the UK?. Nurse Education in Practice, 7 3: 121-122. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2007.03.001

Author Watson, Roger
McKenna, Hugh
Thompson, David R.
Title What does the Cooksey report hold for nursing research in the UK?
Journal name Nurse Education in Practice   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1471-5953
Publication date 2007-05
Sub-type Editorial
DOI 10.1016/j.nepr.2007.03.001
Volume 7
Issue 3
Start page 121
End page 122
Total pages 2
Place of publication Edinburgh
Publisher Churchill Livingstone
Language eng
Subject 1110 Nursing
Abstract Sir David Cooksey was asked by the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer to review publicly funded healthcare research across the UK (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland). This followed the Chancellor’s decision to create a single ring-fenced fund from several government sources for such research. It is important to note that, while this newly ring-fenced fund was heralded for it sheer size – approximately £3 billion; the largest ever fund for healthcare research in the UK – it neither represented new money nor additional funding. The Cooksey report (Cooksey, 2006) was not about research priorities either as these had already been decided in such strategies as Best research for best health (Department of Health, 2006). Priorities had also been previously identified within the strategies of the funding streams which have been incorporated into the single fund, such as the Medical Research Council and the Health Technology Assessment and the Service Delivery and Organisation programmes.
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