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Apr
03
Healthcare trainees invited to join NHS research scheme

Healthcare trainees in the Thames Valley and South Midlands are invited to join a scheme to learn about NHS research and help recruit to studies.

Apr
03
Portsmouth scoops three prizes at NHS research awards

Research professionals and patients from Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust have been presented with three awards, at a ceremony hosted by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN) Wessex.

Apr
02
UK Biobank expanded to cover mental health with help from NIHR researchers

Mental health information on more than 150,000 people is now available in the UK Biobank for research into mental health disorders, thanks to work supported by the NIHR.

Apr
02
Lucy Cooper - A Unique Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Read about Lucy's unique role as a Research Paediatric Advanced Nurse Practitioner in the West Midlands

Apr
02
People with mental health challenges helped by research taking place in Sussex

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has an outstanding performance in the both the generation of home grown research and its delivery.

Apr
02
UK Biobank expanded to cover mental health with help from NIHR researchers

Mental health information on more than 150,000 people is now available in the UK Biobank for research into mental health disorders, thanks to work supported by the NIHR.

Mar
28
CRN Wessex hosts annual stroke forum

CRN Wessex held its annual combined stroke strategy & research forum earlier this month

Mar
28
Three-month course of chemotherapy as effective as six months following surgery for bowel cancer

New research published in Lancet Oncology has shown that many patients receiving chemotherapy following surgery for bowel cancer may only need three months treatment rather than the six months currently given.

Mar
28
Pharma company given Manchester vaccine masterclass

NIHR CRN Greater Manchester hosted 20 researchers from the UK Global Clinical Operations team with pharmaceutical company, Janssen-Cilag Ltd, to provide a masterclass in vaccines and setting up clinical studies in this therapy area.

Mar
28
Researchers identify genetic risk for sudden infant death syndrome

Infants who have died from sudden infant death syndrome are more likely to have rare genetic mutations associated with impairment of the breathing muscles, according to new research supported by the NIHR.

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