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Mar
27
Plymouth midwife recruits 1,000th patient into national trial looking to reduce smoking in pregnancy

A midwife at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust has recruited the 1,000th patient into a national clinical trial looking at whether a text messaging service can help pregnant women to quit smoking.

Mar
27
Grandmother with multiple sclerosis helping researchers prevent urine infections

A Buckinghamshire cake decorator who retired aged 60 due to multiple sclerosis (MS) is taking part in NHS research into preventing urine infections in people with spinal conditions.

Mar
26
Research activity recruitment upload process change - update

Make sure you keep up to date with all the news about changes to the research recruitment activity upload process.

Mar
26
Dealing with the growing challenge of Antimicrobial Resistance

Find our more about the NIHR's Antimicrobial Resistance campaign and what is happening in the East Midlands.

Mar
26
NIHR i4i and Innovate UK’s first Angels in Medcity Entrepreneur Pitching Event

NIHR’s Invention for Innovation (i4i) Programme recently held its first entrepreneur pitching event, in collaboration with Innovate UK – bringing together medical technology start-ups and giving them the chance to pitch to a community of business

Mar
26
Kent, Surrey and Sussex tackling antimicrobial resistance through research

The reduction of AMR is a priority for the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) with NIHR funded AMR related research taking place across the whole of Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

Mar
26
Patients are central to the design of new epilepsy research study

A new epilepsy research study has launched that puts the advice of epilepsy patients and their family at the heart of the study’s design.

Mar
25
Devoted mum wants to help research into epilepsy

A devoted mum has spoken ahead of Purple Day about how her son’s condition inspired her to get involved in advising south London researchers.

Mar
25
Associate Deans sought for NIHR Academy

The NIHR Academy is looking for two passionate and forward thinking individuals to join them as Associate Deans to help drive its strategic vision and ensure its members have a first-class experience.

Mar
25
Resistance is not futile

Confronting antimicrobial resistance is now an urgent priority for global health and the way forward depends on quality clinical research.