The Clinical Research Network Yorkshire and Humber provides a number of different services which support the delivery of clinical research in the region.
Study Support Service
The Study Support Service (SSS) helps researchers and the life sciences industry plan, set up and deliver high-quality research to time and target in the NHS in England. The service is provided by all 15 Local Clinical Research Networks for all studies eligible for network support, regardless of location, study type, study size, therapy or research area. Our Yorkshire and Humber Study Support Service staff are based in the NHS and work closely with Research and Development offices and research teams, providing access to best practice study tools and resources that minimise duplication across sites.
The Study Support Service provides support via the following work streams:
Further information regarding the support available can be accessed by contacting the Study Support Service: email@example.com
To access our performance reports, visit the Reports page on our intranet (open to all): https://sites.google.com/a/nihr.ac.uk/crn-yorkshire-and-humber/reports
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The Industry team is responsible for all stages of the life cycle of commercial research studies. Our aim is to work with all staff who are interested or involved in commercial research to ensure that we continue to grow and deliver for our industry partners and our patients.
The Industry team provides support in the following work streams:
For more information, contact the Industry team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Primary Care/Community research
The Clinical Research Network Yorkshire and Humber has a dedicated primary care research delivery team. The team provides support in the following ways:
If you would like further information, contact:
Training and development
The Clinical Research Network Yorkshire and Humber offers a number of training and development opportunities particularly in the area of Good Clinical Practice (GCP). Click here for more information.
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