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May
16
LPMS/CPMS Research Activity Integration programme - phase 1 go live in North Thames

Phase 1 of the LPMS-CPMS Research Activity Integration programme went live on 1 May 2019.

May
16
LPMS/CPMS Research Activity Integration programme - phase 1 go live in North Thames

Phase 1 of the LPMS-CPMS Research Activity Integration programme went live on 1 May 2019.

May
15
NIHR-supported stroke research in spotlight at conference

Results of stroke studies made possible by the NIHR will be presented at the European Stroke Organisation Conference in Milan (22-24 May).

May
15
Research video game developed by team from Eastern region available now!

A video game telling the story of how treatments for diabetes were discovered through research is now available to download for free!

May
15
Meeting Health Needs of East Midlands Population Through Research

Find out about how the CRN East Midlands is using research to support the health needs of the regional population.

May
15
Meeting Health Needs of East Midlands Population Through Research

Find out about how the CRN East Midlands is using research to support the health needs of the regional population.

May
15
Research video game developed by team from Eastern region available now!

A video game telling the story of how treatments for diabetes were discovered through research is now available to download for free!

May
15
Meeting Health Needs of East Midlands Population Through Research

Find out about how the CRN East Midlands is using research to support the health needs of the regional population.

May
15
Teddy bears to show importance of clinical trials to families

The Exeter Clinical Research Facility (CRF) and research staff from the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust will have stalls in Princesshay shopping centre on 20th May 2019 between 9.30 and 16.30, to show how clinical trials work and the b

May
14
Prophylactic antibiotics halve the rate of infections after childbirth, study finds

Using a single dose of antibiotic to prevent infections after assisted vaginal births would reduce antibiotic use by 17% and halve the rate of infection, according to a new NIHR-funded study.