20 May 2017Rachel Taylor and Lorna Fern write about an innovative way for patients and the public to get involved in research as we mark International Clinical Trials Day 2017 and our I am Research campaign.
18 May 2017Kim Arnell continues our series of blogs for our I am Research campaign to promote International Clinical Trials Day. She writes about the importance of going the extra mile to ensure study retention.
17 May 2017In our latest blog Simon Denegri tells how people can get involved in the I am Research campaign to mark International Clinical Trials Day 2017.
16 May 2017Barney Dunn writes our next blog for our I am Research campaign, marking International Clinical Trials Day 2017. He writes about involving patients in improving clinical practice in new psychological therapies.
12 May 2017Susan Hamer continues our series of blogs for our I am Research campaign to promote International Clinical Trials Day. She writes about the growing number of research nurses.
09 May 2017David Symes gives insight into his role as an NIHR panel member, continuing our series of blogs for our I am Research campaign, promoting International Clinical Trials Day 2017.
05 May 2017As we approach International Clinical Trials Day 2017 Helen Jones explains the importance of helping patients to get involved in research, following the launch of our I am Research campaign.
'Research has changed my life': How PPI equipped me with new skills and experiences to apply to everyday living
26 April 2017Dave Green explains how getting involved in PPI has helped him gain new skills and experiences.
Caring about health research: Why researchers should boost partnerships with patients and the public
25 April 2017As we launch our I am Research campaign to mark International Clinical Trials Day 2017, PPI member Richard Tomlin talks about the importance of partnerships between researchers, patients and the public.
11 April 2017Researcher Lesley Wye shares insights from studying commissioners' use of research and explains how researchers can help bridge the gap between science and policy.
10 April 2017Rachel Anthwal, Delivery Director at Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group, discusses the importance of using research evidence in commissioning decisions, as well some of the challenges of doing so.
04 April 2017Hear from Professor John Geddes, Director of the NIHR Oxford Health BRC - one of the newest additions to the stable of NIHR BRCs.
01 April 2017As the new NIHR Biomedical Research Centres (BRCs) launch we hear from two BRC Directors on the importance of biomedical research in the UK.
30 March 2017Elaine Cloutman-Green, HEE/NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow and Clinical Scientist Infection Prevention and Control at Great Ormond Street Hospital is shortlisted for the HEE/NIHR Research Champion award at the 2017 Advancing Healthcare Awards. Elaine explains why she is a research champion.
29 March 2017Heidi Siddle, HEE/NIHR Clinical Lecturer and Principal Podiatrist at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is shortlisted for the HEE/NIHR Research Champion award at the 2017 Advancing Healthcare Awards. Heidi and colleague Carole Burnett explain why they are research champion...
28 March 2017Lisa Roberts, HEE/NIHR Senior Clinical Lecturer, Associate Professor and Consultant Physiotherapist at University of Southampton and University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, is shortlisted for the HEE/NIHR Research Champion award at the Advancing Healthcare Awards 2017. She explains why she is a research champion.
24 March 2017Rebecca Lawton explains how researchers are testing how useful elastic stockings are at preventing blood clots.
17 March 2017Professor Clare Wilkinson discusses whether carers should be able to administer pain relief to dying relatives they are looking after at home.
13 March 2017Professor Stephen Hanney highlights the importance of building an effective national health research system to benefit the public.
10 March 2017Professor Ian Goodyer introduces new therapies which the NHS could use to help treat adolescents diagnosed with depression.