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Dr Jonathan Sheffield, Chief Executive Officer, NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN)
Jonathan provides a personal message of thanks to NHS trusts and patients for their on-going commitment to research.
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Lis Warren, patient and research participant
Lis Warren has type 1 diabetes, and has participated in numerous research studies. Lis talks about her journey and what the league table results mean to her.
The NIHR Clinical Research Network supports commercial research studies in the NHS. Colleagues from UK pharmaceutical organisations, explain why the NIHR is important to them.
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Aisling Burnand MBE, Chief Executive of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC)
Aisling explains what the league table means to medical research charities, and why research in the NHS is so important.
Professor Steve Robson, Consultant in Fetal Medicine, Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Steve talks about how Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust has embedded research into day-to-day care, and how they have stayed top of the NIHR league table for five years running.
Stephen Lock, Research Delivery Manager, CRN Yorkshire & Humber
Stephen talks about his role and what the league table headlines means for his region.
Professor Nick Lemoine, Director Barts Cancer Institute and Centre Lead, Centre for Molecular Oncology
Nick talks about this year's league table headlines and what they mean for Barts NHS Healthcare Trust, including being top for commercial research studies.
Heather Lambert, Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist, Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Heather talks about the importance of research in the NHS and her message to patients and members of the public.