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Click here to see a list of our Stakeholders.

Working with our Stakeholders

Some of our key stakeholders are listed below. The NIHR Clinical Research Network Primary Care specialty group works closely with these organisations in integrating clinical research into NHS clinical service provision, and in driving priority setting that encourages research that will have the greatest impact on patients.  

RCGP Awards

Since its inception in 2006, the NIHR has significantly increased the scale of clinical research in the NHS, particularly through the NIHR Clinical Research Network. The enthusiastic engagement of NHS clinicians is essential for sustaining and building on this success, particularly given the many competing demands on clinician time and resources.

For the first year, the NIHR Clinical Research Network has ran research awards in partnership with the Royal College of General Practitioners. The awards recognise outstanding contributions of NHS general practices and First5® who are active in research.

For further information visit the awards webpage.

 

RCGP Research Ready® for general practices

Research Ready® for general practices was developed by the Royal College of General Practitioners and the Clinical Research Network to support practices to carry out high quality research. This quality framework helps practices to develop a research culture and ethos. Find out more.

RCGP Research Ready®  for pharmacies

Research Ready® for pharmacies was developed by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and the Clinical Research Network to support pharmacies to carry out high quality research. This quality framework helps pharmacies to develop a research culture and ethos. Find out more.

Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD)

Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD) is a UK Government research service, jointly supported by the National Institute for Health Research and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency. CPRD provides access to anonymised NHS data for observational and interventional public health research. 

Find out more about contributing and using data at www.cprd.com