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Dec
11
The CRN SWP has two newly appointed AHP Research Champions

We are pleased to announce our two newly appointed Allied Health Professional (AHP) Research Champions

Dec
10
Revolutionary technology pinpoints biopsy site to detect prostate cancer

Researchers supported by the NIHR have developed medical software that creates a 3D model of the prostate and adds on other imaging information to allow better detection of prostate cancer.

Dec
10
NMAHP Clinical Leadership Roles

Early in 2018 the Clinical Research Network North East and North Cumbria (CRN NENC) Executive agreed funding to support the pilot of a small number of Clinical Research Leadership posts in the region as part of the joint CRN NENC and Health Educat

Dec
10
NMAHP Clinical Leadership Roles

Early in 2018 the Clinical Research Network North East and North Cumbria (CRN NENC) Executive agreed funding to support the pilot of a small number of Clinical Research Leadership posts in the region as part of the joint CRN NENC and Health Educat

Dec
07
Computers can ‘spot the difference’ between healthy brains and the brains of people with dissociative identity disorder

NIHR researchers have used machine learning to accurately distinguish between people with dissociative identity disorder (DID), formerly known as ‘multiple personality disorder’, and healthy individuals on the basis of their brain structure.

Dec
07
Investing in prevention

GATEWAY aims to improve life chances by tackling the wider determinants of offending such as employment, housing and health including mental health and substance misuse. It also trains individuals in improving empathy.

Dec
07
"Taking part in research at my local GP practice has been so convenient" - CRN GM patient story

A Greater Manchester patient has spoken about her positive experience of taking part in two clinical research studies at her local GP practice.

Dec
07
Naked eye alone is not enough for accurate skin cancer diagnosis, say experts

The visual inspection of a suspicious skin lesion using the naked eye alone is not enough to ensure the accurate diagnosis of skin cancer, a group of experts have concluded.

Dec
07
"Taking part in research at my local GP practice has been so convenient" - CRN GM patient story

A Greater Manchester patient has spoken about her positive experience of taking part in two clinical research studies at her local GP practice.

Dec
07
Largest ever UK lung cancer screening study launches in London

The largest ever lung cancer screening project in the UK has launched to detect lung cancer early among at-risk Londoners.