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Feb
05
Clinical Research Network: North West Coast appoint new Workforce Lead

Clinical Research Network North West Coast appoint Workforce Lead

Feb
05
‘More work needed’ for new IVF technique

Treating male infertility using a new IVF technique called PICSI, which is already offered in some private clinics, does not increase the likelihood of having a baby, according to the results of a randomised controlled trial.

Feb
05
Meet our new Health Visitor Champion Louise

Health Visitor Research Champion Louise Wolstenholme, of Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust, tells us about her new role

Feb
05
Welcome to our new visual identity

We are pleased to announce that the NIHR is, today, introducing a new, independent visual identity to reflect our growing maturity as an organisation, the breadth of our work across public health and the nation’s health and care system, and the re

Feb
05
‘More work needed’ for new IVF technique

Treating male infertility using a new IVF technique called PICSI, which is already offered in some private clinics, does not increase the likelihood of having a baby, according to the results of a randomised controlled trial.

Feb
04
Liver drug being trialled to slow disease progression in people with Parkinson’s disease

A new clinical trial supported by the NIHR is offering patients with Parkinson’s disease a liver disease drug that has the potential to slow down progression of the neurological condition.

Feb
04
North Thames Lead wins award for Respiratory research

Professor John Hurst has been presented with an NIHR award, for his contribution to Interventional Study performance in respiratory studies at North Thames.

Feb
04
Upgrading the Industry Costing Template

Work is underway to upgrade the NIHR Industry Costing Template (iCT) into a new and improved web-based system - bringing a range of improvements to end-users in the life sciences industry and across the NHS.

Feb
04
Southampton patient shares experience of biosimilar switch programme

A local patient being treated for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has shared his experience of switching to a biosimilar, a type of medicine developed to be highly similar and clinically equivalent to the existing biological drug used for his tre

Feb
04
Physician Associates an asset to hospital medical and surgical teams, study finds

The first study into the impact on the NHS of a new type of health worker in hospitals, Physician Associates, has found that they benefit medical and surgical teams and their patients over a wide range of specialities.