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We offer expert financial advice for researchers on all research funding issues, and on-going support on a range of costing, financial management and reporting duties.
We provide expert sponsorship guidance and take you through the regulatory approval process. We are there every step of the way, from the start of your study through to its completion.
We coordinate events and training for those in our networks, as well as keeping them up-to-date with the latest news in R&D.
We help to guide researchers through the NHS Study Approval Process. We offer assistance, guidance, facilitation and feasibility assessment right up until the study closes.

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Conferences / Seminars
Save the date: CNWL Research Conference

In November 2017, CNWL hosted their first Trustwide Research Conference. Due to the hugely positive response from the day, a date has now been set for the next conference in Spring 2019. Please save the date Tuesday 7 May 2019.

Feedback from the day included the following:

‘An enjoyable and informative day - looking forward to the next one’
‘Lively and brim-full with ideas - a great advert for the Trust and why you should work here’
‘Brilliant event please plan many more!’

Planning is now well underway and further details, including speakers, will be announced soon. To be the first to hear, please add yourself to our research mailing list.

Training and Resources
Check our training our resources page for more about our free hosted training sessions, newsletters, videos and documents


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