This report presents findings from the evaluation of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network: Children Consumer Involvement Strategy 2013-2014. The evaluation was conducted by the National Children’s Bureau Research Centre.
A paper exploring young people's views on whether or not to offer payment (common in adults) to participate in research would influence their decision to take part in research.
The 2013 strategy for involving patients, carers and the public in children's clinical research.
Submit this form if you would like to become a member of a CRN: Children Clinical Studies Group
A document outlining the role of children and young people, produced at the launch of the CRN: Children's Young Persons' Advisory Group.
A flyer outlining the role of the Neonatal Network in 2014.
A Toolkit for Consumer Representatives on CRN: Children Clinical Studies Groups.
Meeting report from the National Neonatal Research Delivery Meeting, May 2014
A guidance document for researchers developing patient information leaflets.
In the event of an urgent public health outbreak (eg a pandemic) the Clinical Research Network must be able to rapidly set-up relevant research studies and ensure that these studies are successfully conducted so that their findings can inform the on-going care of patients during the outbreak. This document sumarises the Network's response process.