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Funding opportunities
Current and future funding opportunities available from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)
Funding to support research
Research support funding available from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
Funding for training and career development
Training and career development opportunities available with the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)
Funding for research studies
How to apply for and manage your NIHR funded study, or become a reviewer to improve the quality of our research.
How to apply for funding
Who is eligible for National Institute for Health Research funding, which programme to apply to, making a strong application, contracts and NIHR support
Step 1 - What is the research question
Who is eligible for National Institute for Health Research funding, what the NIHR funds and types of funding
Step 2 - Identify the right programme
How to identify which NIHR programme best suits your research
Step 3 - Make a strong application
Advice on how to make a strong application for NIHR funding
Step 4 - Sign a funding contract
What are your commitments when you receive NIHR funding and the support we offer to help you deliver them
Manage my study
A summary of the main elements involved in managing a NIHR research study
Governance, approvals and registration
The importance of good research governance, approvals, registration and setting up and managing your research in line with regulatory requirements
Contracts and intellectual property
Information on funding contracts and intellectual property for NIHR funded research studies
Studies in progress
Guidance on when progress reports are expected during the lifecycle of your NIHR funded project
Researchfish submission
Researchfish is used to monitor the impact of NIHR funded research and assess the difference it makes to health and social care
Host organisations Researchfish submission
Information for organisations hosting NIHR awards that need to provide Researchfish submissions
Study outputs and branding
Advice on providing project outputs and using branding for NIHR funded research projects
How to disseminate your research
This guide is for researchers who are applying for ...
Funding programmes
National Institute for Health Research funding programmes
Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation
EME funds studies evaluating interventions with the potential to improve health, treatment of disease and improvement of rehabilitation or long-term care.
Health Services and Delivery Research
The HS&DR Programme aims to produce rigorous and relevant evidence to improve the quality, accessibility and organisation of health services
Health Technology Assessment
The HTA Programme funds research involving clinical & cost effectiveness and broader impact of healthcare treatments for the NHS
Technology Assessment Review
The NIHR TARs programme responds to the urgent needs of NICE and other policy makers improving outcomes for NHS, public health & social care services users
Invention for Innovation
NIHR i4i programme funds advances in healthcare technologies, devices and interventions for increased patient benefit in areas of existing or emerging clinical need
Contact us
Contact page for Invention for Innovation
Policy Research Programme
The Policy Research Programme (PRP) commissions research that delivers evidence to ministers and Arms-Length Bodies (ALBs) to inform policy development and implementation and evaluate policies.
Contact us
Contact page for Policy Research Programme
Programme Grants for Applied Research
Funding of NHS and academic partners to work together, addressing complex healthcare problems, in ways not always possible through other programmes
Programme Development Grants
The Programme Development Grant scheme seeks to increase the rate and number of successful applications by supporting applicants in the preparatory work required
Systematic Reviews
Provides decision makers with the best possible information about the effects of tests, treatments and other interventions used in health and social care
Research for Patient Benefit
Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) funds research that generates evidence that benefits users of the NHS in England to improve, expand and strengthen healthcare delivery for patients and the public
Public Health Research
The PHR Programme funds research to generate evidence to inform the delivery of non-NHS interventions intended to improve the health of the public
Become a reviewer
Information on what reviewers do, why they do it and how to become a reviewer for the NIHR
Apply to become a professional reviewer
Application Form to become a NIHR reveiwer
Apply for the reviewer development scheme
This Scheme offers NIHR trainees the opportunity to gain experience of expert review for NIHR funding programmes and influence research commissioning
International collaboration
Principles, benefits, challenges, risks and scenarios involved in those NIHR studies with an element of international collaboration.
Submitting an application
Frequently asked questions about submitting an application for studies with an element of international collaboration.
Funding for training and career development
NIHR provides funding for training and career development. Trainees Coordinating Centre TCC manages NIHR training programmes
Funding to support research
The NIHR invests in research organisations and the research community of the NHS with partner academic institutions, supporting research in health & social care
Funding to support research in the NHS
Each year, the NIHR is responsible for more than £0.5 billion of investment in the NHS - the people, research centres, units, networks and other facilities
CTU Support Funding
Clinical Trials Unit Support Funding provides CTUs with flexibility to increase their capacity to support NIHR funded projects and research funding applications
Ad hoc funding calls: CTU projects
The NIHR is keen to see the design, development ...
Other competition news
Biomedical Research Centres, Clinical Research Facilities, Patient Safety Translational Research Centres and Medtech and In vitro diagnostic Co-operatives
Applied Research Collaborations
The NIHR launched a new, single-stage, open competition to designate ...
Funding to support NIHR priorities
 
Funding to support research on DHSC priorities
 
Themed calls
 
Mental health
 
Mental health timetable
 
Complex health and care needs
‘Complex Health and Care Needs in Older People’ is ...
Brain tumours
The NIHR is calling for research on brain tumours. See ...
Chronic pain
 
Frailty
 
Cannabis-based products
 
Global Health research
NIHR Global Health Research builds on existing expertise within the UK and the wider global health research community to commission and support internationally outstanding applied health research which addresses issues affecting the poorest and most vulnerable people in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs).
Programmes
NIHR Global Health Research - supporting UK universities and research centres, working in partnership with LMIC institutions to address global health challenges.
Units and Groups
NIHR Global Health Research - working in equitable partnerships with researchers in LMICs to address under-funded or under-researched global health areas specific to those countries.
Outcomes
 
Units and Groups Map
 
Research and Innovation for Global Health Transformation
NIHR Global Health Research - extending the reach of our support to address the health issues faced by low and middle income countries (LMICs) where targeted investment can result in a transformative impact.
Partnerships
NIHR Global health Research - establishing partnerships with other funders to address areas of unmet need which benefit the poorest and most vulnerable populations in LMICs.
People
NIHR Global health Research - providing opportunities and funding initiatives to develop and advance global health research career pathways in the UK and in LMICs.
Support and guidance
Equitable Partnerships Guide North-South research partnerships can create a ...
Background and delivery
NIHR Global Health Research - playing a vital important role in delivering the UK Aid Strategy through committing ODA funding.
Global Health funding opportunities
 
Study Support Service
Find out about the range of ways the NIHR Clinical Research Network can support and enhance the delivery of your study in the NHS
Early contact and engagement
Find out how engaging with NIHR support from the outset benefits the full life cycle of your study
AcoRD
Find out how the Activity Capture and Attribution Tool (ACAT) can support the set up of your study in the NHS
Developing your research idea
Access a range of resources to help you develop your research idea for delivery in the NHS
Patient Engagement in Clinical Development Service
 
Early feedback
Our early feedback service provides access to clinical experts embedded in the NHS who offer suggestions and adjustments that aid delivery.
Early feedback - commercial
Find out how our early feedback service can support the delivery of commercial research in the NHS.
Site identification
Gather expressions of interest from all 240+ NHS organisations and 10,000+ General Practices in England
Site identification - commercial
Find out how our site identification service can enhance the delivery of your study in the NHS
Optimising delivery
If you have not benefitted from early engagement we undertake an assessment to inform and enable the type of support you’ll need.
Effective study set-up
We create a study-wide action plan that enables a ‘do once and share’ approach.
Performance monitoring
Our data system enables a proactive approach for identifying and supporting struggling studies.
Recruitment data
Information about recruitment data what recruitment data is why we collect recruitment data how we collect recruitment data
Recruitment Policy
The purpose of this document is to set out the NIHR Clinical Research Network’s policies governing the collection of recruitment data relating to studies eligible for NIHR Clinical Research Network support. It therefore relates only to England.
Eligibility for NIHR support
Find out which studies are automatically or potentially eligible for our support, plus those that are ineligible
Eligibililty FAQs
Read our most frequently asked questions about NIHR CRN Portfolio eligibility
Study Support Service contacts
Find out who your contacts are to help you with the NIHR Study Support Service
Commercial - national specialty contacts
contact details for all specialty-specific queries
NIHR non-commercial partners
Find out how to become a non-commercial partner of the NIHR
Funder Resource Pack
NIHR Funder Engagement Pack is designed to strengthen connections between research funders and the CRN to help improve research delivery in the NHS
NIHR support
Research funders can find out who to contact if they have performance or general enquiries regarding NIHR CRN Portfolio included studies . The main point of contact is the Study Support Service 0113 343 4555
Case studies
Find out how NIHR can help research funders through this series of case study examples at different stages of the research pathway
Resources
A set of resources that will help you understand more about how the NIHR Study Support Service can support the delivery of clinical research in the NHS
Funders and researchers webinar
Overview of the NIHR Clinical Research Network and how we work with Charities and funders to support clinical research in the NHS.
Supporting research in the NHS
Here are the details of the NIHR Clinical Research Network response to the NHS England consultation
Research and impact
 
Research
 
Journals Library
The NIHR is the world’s first health research funder ...
NIHR Dissemination Centre
Right evidence, better decisions The NIHR Dissemination Centre (NIHR ...
Suggest an idea for research
To get a complete and balanced picture about which health questions most urgently need answering we welcome suggestions from everyone. Do you have a suggestion?
Career development awards
Information on research projects and researchers holding NIHR training and career development awards
NIHR studies
You can find information about the current portfolio of ...
Invention for Innovation
NIHR Invention for innovation (i4i) programme
Policy Research Programme
 
Programme Grants for Applied Research
Projects funded under NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research (PGfAR) Programme
Research for Patient Benefit
Projects funded by NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Programme
The story of RfPB
The Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Programme launched its first ...
Research idea
Research ...
Application
We launched our first competition in July 2006, awarding ...
Panels
We fund research across eight regions with funding recommendations being ...
Our place in the story of patient involvement
For health research to have the most benefit for ...
Qualitative research
Qualitative research is just one type of research ...
Clinical trials
 
Capacity building
RfPB has played an important role in capacity building ...
Follow on funding
Feasibility studies Clinical trials are often an expensive and ...
Patient benefit
 
Programme Development Grants
NIHR Programme Development Grants
Evidence reviews
A major challenge facing the NHS is to adopt ...
The James Lind Alliance
The James Lind Alliance brings patients,carers and clinicians together to identify and prioritise ‘unanswered questions’, about effects of health treatments
Alcohol related liver disease priority setting partnership
This Priority Setting Partnership identifies unanswered questions from patients, carers and healthcare professionals on alcohol-related liver disease treatments
Results
The order of priority of questions for future research ...
Steering Group
The JLA Alcohol-related liver disease Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) Steering Group
Mesothelioma priority setting partnership
From 2013-14 the Mesothelioma Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) brought ...
Steering group
The Steering Group was responsible for co-ordinating and organising ...
Results
The top 10 priorities for research into the diagnosis, ...
Making a difference
 
Beating the bugs
Your browser does not support the ...
The beautiful game
 
Head up neck device
 
Virtual reality for mental health
 
Transforming lives
 
Treatments for myeloma
Myeloma research NIHR has supported over 90 myeloma studies - ...
Halting sight loss
 
Living well with dementia
Dementia research stats In 2017/18, NIHR supported 327 studies focused ...
Preventing cancer in lynch syndrome
 
Children's research
 
Impact
 
Useful publications
Useful publications in this area ...
NIHR achievements
 
Research priorities
 
Dementia
Delivering better research is fundamental to the Government’s Challenge ...
Dementias Portfolio Development Group
Our mission The Dementias Portfolio Development Group (PDG) is ...
Antimicrobial resistance
We welcome proposals for clinical and applied health research ...
Areas of Research Interests
The ‘Areas of Research Interests’ (ARIs) are documents setting ...
Emerging health technologies
Emerging health technologies may have a significant impact on ...
Outputs on emerging technologies
The principal horizon scanning outputs of the NIHR Innovation Observatory are ...
Customers and partners
Customers Principal users of information The NIHR Innovation Observatory (NIHRIO) ...
Horizon scanning methodology
 
Horizon scanning research
Research is an important aspect of the work of ...
NIHR Clinical Research Network Portfolio
 
ISRCTN registration
 
Information for funders of research
Find out which studies the NIHR Clinical Research Network provides support for
How to apply for NIHR CRN support
Find out how to apply for support for your study from the NIHR Clinical Research Network
NHS research performance
 
Performance in initiating and delivering clinical research
The Conservative and Liberal Coalition Government (2010 - 2015) ...
Comparable performance in the initiation of clinical research
Since autumn 2011, new NIHR contracts with providers of ...
Performance information on the initiation and delivery of clinical research
 
Performance in initiating and delivering research - guidance
NHS providers holding NIHR contracts issued after Autumn 2011 ...
Performance in initiating and delivering research - trend analysis
 
HRA approvals and NIHR metrics
 
Faster easier clinical research
One of our objectives is to make research faster ...
Research costs
Attributing the costs of health and social care research ...
Research Capability Funding
Research Capability Funding is allocated to research-active NHS organisations in proportion to the total amount of other NIHR income received by that organisation, and on the number of NIHR Senior Investigators associated with the organisation. Research Capability Funding (RCF) is also allocated to NIHR Clinical Research Networks for their local research networks, via the NHS organisations that host each local network.
Framework for Research Support Services
The Research Support Services (RSS) Framework The Conservative and ...
Additional NIHR Research Support Services framework tools
In May 2011 the Government launched the NIHR Research ...
Operational Capability Statement
Research Support Services (RSS) Framework - Operational Capability Statement
Operational Capability details
 
Research Support Services Framework documents
Research Support Service Framework documents
Research Passports
The Research Passport and Streamlined Human Resources Arrangements The ...
Standard Research Agreements
Standard Research Agreements mcia, mcia, CRO
NIHR research activity league table
View the key messages for the 2017/18 NIHR NHS Research Activity League table and see how much NIHR research is happening in NHS trusts in England.
What does the League Table mean?
What does the league table mean? Hear from our stakeholders about what the league table means to them. View short interviews and vox pops
League Table 2017-18
View the live 2017/18 NIHR NHS Research Activity League Table. Find out how much NIHR research is happening in NHS trusts in England.
Previous league table
NIHR Research Activity League Table archive   Each year, ...
Research awards
The NIHR Clinical Research Network teams up with partners to recognise and reward the inspirational work that is taking place across the NHS to make clinical research a core activity.
Royal College of Physicians awards
Research awards for NHS consultants and trainees in partnership with the NIHR Clinical Research Network and the Royal College of Physicians (RCP).
Royal College of General Practitioners awards
Research awards for NHS First5® GPs and practices in partnership with the NIHR Clinical Research Network and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).
Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine awards
 
Royal College of Anaesthetists awards
Research awards for NHS consultants and trainees in partnership with the NIHR Clinical Research Network, the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FICM).
CREST award
Cancer Research Excellence in Surgical Trials (CREST) award in partnership with National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI).
Nursing Times Awards
Clinical Research Nurses deliver high quality patient care as ...
Royal College of Emergency Medicine and Clinical Research Network awards
how to apply for the joint Royal College of Emergency Medicine and CRN awards
Royal College of Ophthalmologists awards
Researcher of the Year Awards – 2018 applications Applications ...
CRN, McPin and MQ Award for Service User and Carer Involvement in Mental Health Research
The CRN Mental health specialty, the McPin Foundation and MQ: Transforming Mental Health are accepting applications from Chief Investigators of mental health research studies with clear service user and carer involvement activities during all or part of the research process.
Care Quality Commission
Partnership working to recognise the role of research in delivering quality patient care and to strengthen the assessment of research activity in the CQC inspection of NHS trusts, under the regulator’s well-led key question.
Patients and the public
Patients, carers, and the public are essential to our work. You are our greatest strength and we could not do our work without your help.
Opportunities
There are many different ways in which you can be a part of research, whether you want to be actively involved in the research or a participant.
Current opportunities
information about ways to get involved
Why joining in makes a difference
Find out about why research matters and what difference you can make
Why research matters
Research is about finding out new knowledge that could lead to changes in treatments, policies or care.
Patient Research Experience
The NIHR Clinical Research Network uses patient research experience surveys to find ways of improving clinical research practice.
Research changed my life
Stories from people in England, whose lives have been transformed by clinical research.
Access to research results
Research evidence about the effectiveness of a health or social care topic, like how well a treatment or service works.
Resources to support joining in
Resources to find out about health research and whether being involved or participating is right for you
Definition of terms
Definition of main terms and link to jargon buster/glossary
Teenager helps shape NIHR trauma research
 
How to join in
Ways that you can get involved in research
The Research Cycle
Get involved in a range of research activities, develop research questions, applying for funding and ethical approval, advisory groups, carrying out research and disseminating research findings. Get involved in the different stages of research.
Join a study
Take part in a research study. A research study might take place in hospital, GP, community or home. A study which involves tests and samples or complete a questionnaire or talk to researchers.
UK Clinical Trial Gateway
Opportunities to take part in clinical trials with UK Clinical Trials Gateway (UKCTG)
NIHR Bioresource
The NIHR BioResource is a panel of many volunteers with and without health problems, who are willing to be approached to participate in research studies investigating the links between genes, the environment, health and disease.
People in Research
The People in Research website helps research organisations and researchers find members of the public to get involved in their work by advertising opportunities.
Shape a research project
get involved in shaping a research project by finding opportunities on the people in research wesbite
Suggest a research topic
how to suggest a research topic or idea, join a panel or review a funding application
Review a research application
A range of people including members of the public, clinicians, researchers, health economists and other professionals read and comment on the applications.
Join an advisory committee
Involve members of the public in the work of decision making committees.
Patient Research Ambassadors
How to join in The Research Cycle Join a study UK Clinical Trial Gateway NIHR Bioresource People in Research Shape a research project Suggest a research topic Review a research application Join an advisory panel Become a Patient Research Ambassador The Role of Patient Research Ambassadors Ambassador Stories Join Dementia Research Support and resources for getting started Learn about research Contact us Edit Profile Logout Resources and links Learn Zone Learn Zone Useful documents pdfGuidance for Local Clinical Research Networks pdfGuidance for NHS Primary Care Setting up PRA roles pdfGuidance for NHS Trusts setting up PRA roles pdfPRALearning and support full report Become a Patient Research Ambassador Mohini Young Patient Research Ambassador What is a Patient Research Ambassador? A Patient Research Ambassador is someone who promotes health research from a patient point of view.
The Role of Patient Research Ambassadors
Patient Research Ambassadors contribute according to skills and interests and the time they have available.
Ambassador stories
Read stories about Patient Research Ambassadors promoting and raising awareness of health research in their regions.
Join Dementia Research
Join Dementia Research UK. A service that makes it easy for anyone, with or without memory problems, to take part in dementia research and help accelerate progress.
Join Dementia Research Champions
Dementia Research Lay Champions
Support and resources for getting started
INVOLVE: INVOLVE is part of the NIHR and works across ...
Learn about research
Learn about health research
Research discovery
Research discovery
Finding out more
Finding out more
Getting involved
Getting Involved
Continuing my learning and involvement
Learn from real patient stories of involvement in clinical research.
Contact us
how to get in touch
Partnering with us
 
Identify research priorities
The NIHR partners others to identify and set research topics for prioritisation
Use our facilities
The NIHR partners with industry, charities and other funders using its staff and facilties to progress their research.
Co-fund health research
The NIHR partners with other funders to establish clinical research facilities.
Give patient views
The NIHR partners with patients, service users and carers, other members of the public and patient groups so that the research we fund and support is informed by wider views.
Support your study
The NIHR supports your study, partnering with the NHS to give access to study participants and facilities.
Disseminate findings
The NIHR partners with other organisations so that research findings can be disseminated.
Implement evidence
The NIHR funds or partners with other organisations o that evidence from health research can be implemented.
Set standards and guidance
NIHR partners with other organisations to set and maintain standards and guidance for health research.
Supporting Health and Social Care Research
Engaging your health and social care colleagues in research can have a transformative effect. This toolkit contains resources and success stories that can help you to do that.
Engaging Health and Social Care Colleagues in Research
This toolkit contains videos, leaflets, case studies, posters and other resources that can help you to engage health and social care colleagues in research
Academic researchers
As a research-active clinician, allied health professional, or academic you will find a range of resources explaining how the NIHR can help you to conduct and deliver research.
NHS management
Encouraging a research-positive culture in health and care organisations is important to improve the care received by patients. Find out how other organisations embedded research into practice.
Patients, carers and the public
Improving patient treatment and care through research is only possible with the involvement of patients, carers and the public. Find out more about how you can get involved in research.
Public health and social care
Research into public health and social care is a growing area, and requires support from a wide range of stakeholders to further develop. Find out more about how you can get involved
Healthcare professionals
As a healthcare professional you’ll find a range of resources to support colleagues in getting involved with research, and help you to encourage more patients to take part in research
Success stories
Our success stories are case studies of initiatives which have successfully engaged people in research.
Life sciences industry
 
Access to expertise and collaborations
Find out how we can help you partner and work with academics, clinical experts and collaborations.
Work with leading academic and clinical research experts
Companies can access world-leading investigators and cutting-edge facilities within the NIHR which can support early-phase research.
Collaborations for early phase translational research
Find out about the NIHR’s translational research collaborations and how you can partner with the NIHR. TRCs were formerly Translational Research Partnerships (TRPs)
Dementia | Translational Research Collaboration
Collaborate with experts to investigate the disease mechanisms underlying dementia and other neurodegenerative conditions and develop new diagnostics and treatments.
Inflammatory Respiratory Disease | Translational Research Collaboration
The inflammatory respiratory disease TRC brings together internationally recognised investigators to carry out early phase research.
Joint and Related Inflammatory Diseases | Translational Research Collaboration
Access academic centres and experts in joint and related inflammatory diseases to work collaboratively on cutting-edge translational research.
NIHR specialties
Discover how to access free-of-charge clinical research expertise and advice from leading research-active NHS clinicians.
Form an alliance and expand your R&D programme
Find out about internationally recognised Good Clinical Practice training available for free to research delivery staff at NHS sites.
Running your study in the NHS
The NIHR proactively supports the life-sciences industry to deliver high quality clinical research across the UK's National Health Service.
Study support service summary
A free service to help the life-sciences industry plan, set up and deliver high quality clinical trials in the NHS.
Early contact and engagement
Explore and understand how to access the free support that is available for your study.
Early feedback
Access NHS clinical experts across all therapeutic specialties to advise on the deliverability of your study in the NHS.
Site identification
Gather expressions of interest from investigators for your study from 240+ NHS organisations and 10,000+ General Practices via one submission.
Optimising delivery
We use local site and study intelligence, expertise and performance data to complement your existing feasibility and site selection activities.
Effective study set-up
Benefit from a national study-wide action plan for streamlined study set-up across all NHS sites supporting your study.
Performance monitoring
Proactive study-wide performance monitoring helping your study to meet it recruitment targets within planned timescales.
Good clinical practice training
Find out about internationally recognised Good Clinical Practice training available for free to research delivery staff at NHS sites.
Research-ready workforce
Find out about the 10,000+ research professionals working throughout the NHS.
Funding opportunities for industry
Find out about funding opportunities available to industry, either as lead applicants or as co-applicants associated with NHS or academic partners.
Opportunities for SMEs
NIHR programmes that SMEs can apply to as lead or co-applicants
Receiving NIHR funding | what to expect
Find information on the support that is available to help you apply for funding and what will be expected of you.
Intellectual Property Management | information for industry
Find information on intellectual property and what this means for you and your company if you receive funding from the NIHR.
Data, samples and analytical support for research
Find out about the NIHR’s data, sample and analytical resources which are available to support clinical research.
Useful information, brochures and resources
 
Key commercial stats
Our key statistics show that commercial research in the National Health Service (NHS) in England is going from strength to strength.
Brochures
Find brochures and flyers describing the services that we offer to the life sciences industry.
Brochures (page 2)
Find brochures and flyers describing the services that we offer to the life sciences industry.
Resources and tools
Find quick links to useful resources and tools.
Contact us
Contact us to find out how we support the life sciences industry to develop new treatments, diagnostics and medical technologies at both early and late phases.
Our research community
 
NIHR Academy
 
Senior Investigators
Senior Investigators are the NIHR’s pre-eminent researchers.
Directory
Senior Investigators ...
Competition
Information about the annual NIHR Senior Investigator Competition.
NIHR Training Programmes
NIHR training programmes managed by the NIHR Academy
Information for Prospective Applicants
Training and career development awards from the NIHR range from undergraduate level to opportunities for established investigators and research leaders. They are open to a wide range of professions and different career pathways.
Fellowship Programme
NIHR Fellowships are funded health research and training personal awards. These include doctoral, post-doctoral and career development fellowships.
Pre-Doctoral Fellowship
The NIHR Pre-Doctoral Fellowship helps people to gain the ...
Doctoral Fellowship
The NIHR Doctoral Fellowship is a three year full-time ...
Advanced Fellowship
The Advanced Fellowship is for those at a post-doctoral ...
Development and Skills Enhancement Award
The NIHR Development and Skills Enhancement Award is a ...
Research Professorships
NIHR Research Professorships are a senior level award for 5 years, with the aim to produce research leaders of the future.
NIHR Research Professorships Round 9
This scheme is open to all professions and all Higher ...
NIHR Global Health Research Professorships Round 2
This scheme is open to all professions and all ...
HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme
The Integrated Clinical Academic Programme for Non-Medical/Dental Healthcare Professionals (formerly CAT and HCS (Healthcare Science)
Pre-doctoral Clinical Academic Fellowships
The HEE/NIHR ICA Pre-doctoral Clinical Academic Fellowship (PCAF) funds personalised programmes of academic training that will equip awardees with the skills and experience to access doctoral level funding and dedicated time to prepare an application for a competitive, peer-reviewed doctoral level research training fellowship.
Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship
The Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship Scheme funds non-medical/dental healthcare professionals to undertake both further clinical development and a PhD
Clinical Lectureship
The Clinical Lectureship Scheme funds post-doctoral non-medical/dental healthcare professionals to develop their skill sets and careers as clinical academics
Senior Clinical Lectureship
The Senior Clinical Lectureship Scheme supports experienced post-doctoral non-medical/dental healthcare professionals to become clinical academic leaders
ICA Mentorship Scheme
The ICA Mentorship Scheme affords individuals holding doctoral or ...
ICA
 
NIHR Integrated Academic Training Programme
Information for all schemes that are within the NIHR Integrated Academic Training Programme for Doctors and Dentists.
Academic Clinical Fellowship (ACF)
The NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship (ACF) is a clinical specialty training post that incorporates academic training.
2019 NIHR ACF Recruitment
Each NIHR ACF post may be advertised in up to three GMC specialties and ...
Frequently Asked Questions for NIHR ACFs
This section will provide current NIHR ACF members with information ...
NIHR ACF Posts and Run Through Training
For specialties without a core training period, the ACF will enter directly ...
Clinical Lectureship (CL)
The NIHR Clinical Lectureship is a postdoctoral award that ...
Extension Process for NIHR CL posts
Normally a NIHR CL post would end at the ...
Frequently Asked Questions for NIHR CLs
This section will provide current NIHR CL members with information ...
Locally Funded Integrated Academic Training Posts
The NIHR branding will be extended to locally funded ...
In Practice Fellowships
Information regarding the NIHR In-Practice Fellowships for GPs, GDPs and Community Dentists.
IAT Competition
Background The IAT competition is based around cross-disciplinary research ...
NIHR Infrastructure
The NIHR Infrastructure is the research infrastructure that includes centres with a remit to grow the future research workforce in the UK.
Short Placement Awards for Research Collaboration (SPARC)
The NIHR Infrastructure Short Placement Award for Research Collaboration ...
SPARC Case Studies
 
Amy Grove
HOME: CLAHRC West Midlands, Warwick Medical School, The University ...
Petra Gronholm
HOME: Health Services and Population Research Department, Institute of ...
Kate Greenwell
HOME: NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre HOST ...
Kathryn Fackrell
HOME: NIHR Nottingham Hearing Biomedical Research Unit, Ropewalk ...
Thomas Cowling
HOME: Imperial College London HOST FOR EXCHANGE: University of ...
Jennifer Cooper
HOME: Warwick Medical School, Division of Health Sciences ...
Louit Thakuria
HOME: The Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust ...
Angelos Bakogiannis
HOME: CLAHRC Northwest Coast University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) HOST FOR ...
John Ford
HOME: University of East Anglia, East of England CLAHRC ...
Infrastructure Visiting Speaker Award
The NIHR Infrastructure Visiting Speaker Award (IVSA) offers particular NIHR Academy Members the opportunity to present their research and network with other parts of the NIHR Infrastructure.
Career development support
The NIHR Academy works with a vibrant community of health researchers from different professions, backgrounds and research interests.
Managing your Award
If you are an NIHR Academy Member, you will find information here to help you for the duration of your award.
NIHR Leadership Programme
NIHR Leadership Support and Development Programme
NIHR Training Advocates
NIHR Academic Training Advocates are ambassadors for non-medical clinical academic careers. They promote NIHR training and career opportunities, advocate for non-medical clinicians and support individuals beginning or continuing a research career.
Events
As a NIHR Academy Member, you will receive access to additional training, networking events, mentoring and guidance on applying for research funding after the completion of your award.
NIHR Academy Conference
The NIHR Academy runs an annual two-day conference for all NIHR Academy Members.
Infrastructure Training Camp
The Infrastructure Training Camp is a three day annual training event for NIHR Members from the Biomedical Research Centres, Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, Patient Safety Translational Research Centres and the NIHR Schools.
Opportunities for Members at the NIHR Academy
As part of the establishment of the NIHR Academy we are inviting NIHR Academy members to express their interest in getting involved in various NIHR activities.
About the NIHR Academy
The NIHR Academy is responsible for development and coordination of NIHR academic training, career development and research capacity development.
Strategic Review of Training
Following ten years of NIHR training we conducted a Strategic Review of Training. This page provides the background to the project , a copy of the report and progress in the implementation of the report recommendations
Career development opportunities
 
Clinical Research Staff
Associates Faculty Good Clinical Practice GCP CRN Learn Learning
Clinical Research Nurses
Clinical research nurses and midwives are crucial to delivering research. They ...
Allied Health Professionals
Allied Health Professionals play a vital role in the delivery of high quality, patient centred clinical research across the NIHR.
Clinical Research Practitioners
The NIHR – working in collaboration with the Academy for Healthcare Science – has established a Directory for Clinical Research Practitioners.
Learning and Development
Learning CRN Learn GCP training Good Clinical Practice Consent
Rethinking your Continuing Professional Development
There are so many ways to learn. Have you considered rethinking your approach to Continuing Professional Development (CPD)?
Blog
Blog Take control and tailor your learning Much is written ...
What to learn
Take some time to think about what you might ...
How to learn
Jane Hart’s models exploring modern workplace learning and the ...
Reflective practice
Reflection is an important part of how we learn. ...
Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
Good Clinical Practice GCP Online Eligibility criteria
GCP resources
Access our downloadable templates and reference documents Find out what ...
GCP Templates & ref documents
Templates are listed below Decision Trees for Adverse Event Reporting can ...
Our Good Clinical Practice Courses
Online or face-to face? All our GCP courses ...
Introduction to GCP
All our courses have a practical focus, with the ...
Refresher GCP
All our courses have a practical focus, with the ...
The National Learning Directory
The National Learning Directory is a hub for learning ...
National Learning Programmes
These are structured learning programmes which have been developed ...
National Learning Resources
National Learning Resources are aimed at those in clinical ...
National Learning Communities
National Learning Communities are a way for health and ...
Local Learning
LCRNs Local learning Local training courses
NIHR in your area
We support clinical research infrastructure throughout England, which is ...
Local Clinical Research Networks
NIHR Local Clinical Research Networks
East Midlands
 
About us
The CRN East Midlands facilitates the delivery of commercial and non-commercial clinical research across the East Midlands region
Patients and the public
Are you a patient or member of the public? Find out about getting involved in clinical research opportunities in the East Midlands
Our services
Our services in the East Midlands includes life sciences support, training, research ready nurses, study support. Find out more about our local service offerings.
Contact us
Get in touch with our team of research professionals who can talk about supporting and helping the delivery of clinical research in the East Midlands.
Talk to the CRN East Midlands team
Our team in the East ...
Trainees
Trainee doctors in the East Midlands can benefit from CRN East Midlands support and training packages. Think about Clinical Research early in career.
Eastern
This page contains information about the NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) in the Eastern region including links and signposting to other pages, snapshots of our Events and courses, Twitter and local news and an introduction to who we are.
About us
The page contains information about the NIHR Clinical Research Network in the Eastern region including What we do, our support for the Life Sciences industry, our Study Support Service and our local training provision.
News and updates
News and ...
Patients and the public
This page contains information about how patients and members of the public can get involved in research in the NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) Eastern region, including taking part in trials, surveys, interviews and questionnaires, and volunteering to become a Patient Research Ambassador (PRA).
Our services
This page contains information about the services offered by the NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) Eastern to NHS staff, academia and other research stakeholders. These include our Study Support Service, our Life Sciences Industry service and our Workforce Development service.
Contact us
This page contains information about how to contact the NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) Eastern team, including our Executive team, our Divisional Leads and our Workstream Leads.
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Greater Manchester
 
About us
About us What we do: We support the delivery ...
Our divisional and specialty leads
Divisional and Specialty Leads for CRN Greater Manchester Division ...
Our 14 NHS Trusts
CRN Greater Manchester’s NHS member Trusts  Bolton NHS Foundation Trust Bridgewater ...
Our 11 Clinical Commissioning Groups
The 11 Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) within CRN Greater Manchester  NHS Bolton ...
Patients and the public
Patients and the ...
Our Services
Our Services Find out about: Our support for the life-sciences ...
Performance updates
CRN Greater Manchester performance updates See our past monthly performance ...
Contact us
Contact us We are hosted by Manchester University NHS ...
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Kent, Surrey and Sussex
 
About us
This page lists what CRN Kent, Surrey and Sussex is; main Partner organisations and what training is provided.
CCGs
A list of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs)s in Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
Trusts
A list of NHS Trusts in Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
Training and education
Information about clinical research training courses held in Kent, Surrey and Sussex
Vacancies
Information about job vacancies advertised for CRN Kent, Surrey and Sussex
Clinical Research Nurses
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Clinical Research Nurses Celebrating Kent, Surrey ...
Celebrating Clinical Research Nursing
Celebrating Clinical Research Nursing; an NIHR meeting to celebrate ...
Patients and the public
Information about the importance of research.
Patient and public involvement and engagement
What is patient and public involvement and engagement?
Our patient's stories
Our patients, their families and carers tell us why ...
TriMaster
TriMaster Randomised double-blind cross-over study of a DPP4 inhibitor, ...
Our services
Information about what services, advice and help is provided by CRN Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
RDS SE CRN Collaboration Statement
Details of how RDS SE and CRN KSS work together.
Green Shoots Initiative
Information and application details about a new funding stream for new research CIs.
Contact us
List of contact details for key staff members at CRN Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
North East and North Cumbria
The NIHR Clinical Research Network North East and North Cumbria, provides the infrastructure that allows high-quality clinical research to take place in the NHS in our area.
About us
NIHR CRN North East and North Cumbria; making the North East and North Cumbria the best place to take part in research, for researchers and for patients.
Patients and the public
It is because of people like you, who get involved in clinical research, that we are continuously improving research and healthcare in the North East and North Cumbria.
Case Studies
Learn more about what we do by reading one of our case studies.
When Stroke takes half your world away - Peter Blair
This is Peter Blair's story, 'When Stroke takes half your world away'
RATULS trial - Prof Helen Rodgers
Prof Helen Rodgers discusses the RATULS trial
Andrew Brown - Globetrotter, Grandad and JDR champion
Andrew Brown – Globetrotter, Granddad and ‘Join dementia research’ Champion
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) - 10 years of advancement
Volunteers and researchers discuss taking part in, and the development of, clinical research into DMD over 10 years.
PRES 2017
The Patient Research Experience Survey (PRES) Engaging with, and ...
Our services
The CRN North East and North Cumbria offers a range of services to help support the delivery of high quality clinical research across the region.
Contact us
CRN North East and North Cumbria. Regent Point, Regent Farm Road, Gosforth, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE3 3HD
North Thames
The NIHR CRN North Thames homepage with links to news, events and details about us, our services and how you can get involved in clinical research.
About us
Find out about what NIHR CRN North Thames do, who we are, how we support research and where we work.
Patients and the public
Details about the many different ways that you can get involved in clinical research within the NIHR CRN North Thames network. Including giving feedback on new studies, saying which studies should be funded, sharing your experiences, and taking part in a study or becoming a Patient Research Ambassador.
Patient Experience Survey 18/19
CRN North Thames Patient Research Experience ...
Patient Experiences
Details about the many different ways that you can get involved in clinical research within the NIHR CRN North Thames network. Including giving feedback on new studies, saying which studies should be funded, sharing your experiences, and taking part in a study or becoming a Patient Research Ambassador.
Our services
Find out about the range of services and opportunities offered by NIHR CRN North Thames.
Study support service
Find out how NIHR CRN North Thames study support service facilitates the development, set-up and delivery of clinical research studies across their network
Funding opportunities
Find out more about NIHR CRN North Thames prospective funding model and funding opportunities specific to North Thames' partners.
Training opportunities
Find out about the training opportunities on offer for CRN North Thames funded staff.
Good Clinical Practice
Find out about the Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training courses run by CRN North Thames in your area
Data and IT support
Details on performance reporting, and the training, technical support and advice available for CPMS, ODP and EDGE.
Life sciences industry
Discover what we can offer the life sciences industry to assist in delivering high quality clinical research and our Study Support Service.
Contact us
Find out how to contact the NIHR CRN North Thames team and where to find help.
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For Clinicians
Details about how clinicians can get their patients into research trials as part of their regular clinical care
For General Practitioners
For GPs who want to understand how to earn income from research activity
North West Coast
 
About us
About the Clinical Research Network North West ...
eBulletins
This page contains the latest and archived editions of the CRN North West Coast eBulletins which include the latest news from across the region.
Promotional materials
Here are some promotional materials explaining what the CRN North West Coast is, as well as how you can get involved in research
Key publications and papers
This area contains all the key publications from the CRN North West Coast including Annual Reports, Annual Plans, and meeting papers.
Patients and the public
Get ...
Latest research studies
This page contains a summary of some of the research studies taking places across the North West Coast
Where our research takes place
Here you will find a list of all the NHS partner organisations that are part of the CRN North West Coast
Stories and case studies
This area of our site contains some patient, staff, and carer stories and case studies about their involvement within research on the North West Coast
Training and education
This area contains all training and education news, dates, and events relating to the CRN North West Coast
Our Services
This section contains useful resources and information about the CRN North West Coast including; performance reports, research opportunities, clinical research study details, and speciality updates.
Primary Care
A section of the site dedicated to Primary Care research on the North West Coast
Commercial research
A dedicated area to commercial research on the North West Coast
Taskforce
The North West Coast ...
The Team
The Members of the ...
Contact us
Contact ...
Find us
This page contains directions and travel options to the two CRN North West Coast offices.
Career opportunities
Here you will find a list of current job vacancies and career opportunities with the CRN North West Coast
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North West London
The NIHR CRN North West London homepage with links to news, events and details about us, our services and how you can get involved in clinical research.
About Us
About the CRN North West London and the services we offer to support research in our region.
Patients and the public
How you can get involved in research in North West London - as a Patient Research Ambassador, by sharing your own experiences, or by signing up to find out about research you may be eligible for through Discover or Join Dementia Research.
Contact us
How to contact the team at the NIHR Clinical Research Network North West London.
Our Services
About the CRN North West London and the services we offer to support research in our region.
South London
Welcome to the NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) South London where we help high-quality clinical research to take place in the NHS.
About us
Learn more about the NIHR CRN South London and what we do as we help more patients to take part in clinical research.
Our research
Here the CRN South London shares stories and news of the research taking place in South London.
Partner Organisations
The NIHR CRN South London is hosted by Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust and supports 13 other South London NHS Trusts, and 12 NHS CCGs, to deliver research to patients.
Strategy and performance
View our strategy for 2017/18 as well as our annual report for 2016/17
Funding model
Get to know the CRN South London's current funding model for 2017/18 where we look at how we can continue support our trusts and partner organisations in research.
Meet the leadership team
Get to know our Clinical Directors and Chief Operating Officers at the CRN South London as well as our Research Delivery Managers.
Our specialties
At the CRN South London we cover 30 specialties from Ageing to Surgery, which help the development & delivery of clinical research.
Patients and the public
Find out about participating in research, how to get involved and case studies within the south London area.
Take part in research
Case studies of people who have been involved and participated in research, in south London
Get involved in research
Discover the different ways of getting involved in research with the CRN South London, whether it be taking part in a study or influencing the design of research
CRN South London PPIE Team
Read about our latest patient and public engagement (PPE) activity and discover what PPE means to us and to research
PPIE for researchers
 
Research engagement events
Upcoming events The latest CRN South London PPIE events are available ...
Case studies
Anne Devrell's Story I am retired and was ...
Our services
Check out all the services that are provided within the CRN South London
Study Support Service
Discover how we facilitate the development, set-up and delivery of clinical research studies in the NHS across South London.
Life science industry service
Through the NIHR, we're working with the life sciences industry to delivert first class clinical research in the NHS. Get in touch with our industry team for more information: CRNSouthLondonIndustry@gstt.nhs.uk
Training calendar
Book yourself onto our Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and Valid Informed Consent courses. For more information, contact our team at crnsouthlondon@gstt.nhs.uk
Funding opportunities
Find out about our funding programmes, how to apply for funding and what support we can provide.
Services for research staff
Get to know all of the services we provide such as training, events and campaigns.
Service support costs
Service support ...
Contact us
Need some help or more information? Feel free to get in touch with any of our contacts at the NIHR CRN South London from Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm.
South West Peninsula
As the NIHR Clinical Research Network South West Peninsula, we provide the infrastructure that allows high-quality clinical research to take place in the NHS in our area, so that patients can benefit from new and better treatments.
About us
The NIHR CRN South West Peninsula are one of 15 Clinical Research Networks (CRNs) in England as the clinical research delivery arm of the NHS.
Patients and the public
How can you get involved in research? Patients and healthy members of the public are our greatest strength – health research simply couldn’t happen without the volunteers who give their time and commitment.
Patient stories
Patient stories 2018 Martin Wallis   2017 Adrian ...
Our services
NIHR CRN South West Peninsula local events.
Study Support Service
Study Support Service and early feedback   As part ...
Life Sciences
Our support for the life sciences and healthcare innovation ...
Training and development
The Clinical Research Network in the South West Peninsula ...
Contact us
Contact details for the NIHR CRN South West Peninsula team.
Thames Valley and South Midlands
The NIHR Clinical Research Network Thames Valley and South Midlands helps health research to take place in the NHS in Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes.
About us
 
Patients and the public
 
Mental Health
The mental health speciality is one of over 30 specialities which bring together communities of clinical practice to provide national networks of research expertise.
Diabetes
Diabetes Supporting and caring for people with diabetes is ...
Our services
Why work with us? Clinicians Evidence suggests that patients who ...
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Wessex
As the NIHR Clinical Research Network Wessex, we provide the infrastructure that allows high-quality clinical research to take place in the NHS in our area, so that patients can benefit from new and better treatments. We help to increase the opportunities for patients to take part in clinical research and ensure that studies are carried out efficiently. We are hosted by University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust.
About us
We are one of 15 Clinical Research Networks (CRNs) in England, delivering research to make patients, and the NHS, better. We are passionate about the contribution that clinical research can make to patient care, and work collaboratively with our NHS partners to translate that passion into the effective delivery of clinical research studies in Dorset, Hampshire, Isle of Wight and South Wiltshire.
Patients and the public
Involving patients and members of the public leads to research that meets their needs, is more reliable and more likely to be put into practice. Find out how you can get involved in Dorset, Hampshire, Isle of Wight and South Wiltshire.
Our services
It’s our job to deliver clinical research throughout the NHS. We do this by funding hundreds of research staff in local services, who make patients aware of research opportunities and support the delivery of clinical research.
Contingency funding 2018/19
Guidance for applying for contingency funding within CRN Wessex
NHS excess treatment costs
A guide to applying for NHS Excess Treatment Costs with application forms
NHS service support cost
Guide to applying for NHS Service Support Costs within CRN Wessex
Study Support Service
Information and contact details for the CRN Wessex Study Support Services team
Wessex partner organisations
Details of the partner organisations within the CRN Wessex region
Training
Details of training provided by CRN Wessex
Our support for the life-sciences industry
CRN Wessex offers a range of services to support the life sciences industry.
Technology Support Programme
Wessex Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) and CRN Wessex have joined forces to create a new Technology Support Programme (TSP) which will help commercial innovators gather NHS evidence on their products, and help get effective innovations to patients faster.
Resources for researchers
Resources for ...
Contact us
Contact details for the CRN Wessex team.
Core Team
NIHR CRN Wessex core team contact details
Divisional Leads
Contact details for NIHR CRN Wessex Divisional Leads
Specialty Group Leads
Contact details for the NIHR Clinical Research Network Wessex Specialty Group Leads
West Midlands
Information about the work of the Clinical Research Network West Midlands. Contact Information, News and Resources.
About us
The CRN West Midlands is the largest of the 15 ...
Patients and the public
The Network is committed to actively involving and engaging ...
Our services
The Clinical Research Network West Midlands  (CRN WM) offers ...
Event Presentations
Presentations and Papers from Network ...
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Resources
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West of England
 
About us
We are the NIHR Clinical Research Network West of ...
Our Partner Organisations
West of England partner organisations
Commercial Research
Commercial research in NIHR Clinical Research Network West of ...
Current vacancies
Current vacancies NIHR CRN Infection Specialty Sexually Transmitted Infection Research ...
Patients and the public
Get Involved: working with patients, carers and the ...
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Training
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Life Sciences Industry
Life sciences industry ...
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Resources
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Yorkshire and Humber
 
About us
Learn about the work of the NIHR Clinical Research Network Yorkshire and Humber.
Patients and the public
Find out how you can get involved in research to make patients, and the NHS, better.
Our services
Learn about the services we provide to support the delivery of research in the Yorkshire and Humber region.
Contact us
Get in touch with us.
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Specialties
NIHR Local Clinical Research Networks
Ageing
The ageing specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The ageing specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including age-related diseases and disabilities such as arthritis.
Our Support
Our support The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) provides ...
National Ageing Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local ageing leads. The ageing specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The ageing specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as Age UK and the British Geriatrics Society.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to ageing.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your ageing study, or how to take part in ageing research.
Contact us
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Anaesthesia, Perioperative Medicine and Pain Management
The Anaesthesia, Perioperative Medicine and Pain Management specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Anaesthesia specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including the management and treatment of acute and chronic pain.
Our Support
Our support The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) provides ...
National Anaesthesia Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Anaesthesia leads. The Anaesthesia specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Anaesthesia specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Anaesthesia.
Our Facilities
Our Facilities ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Anaesthesia study, or how to take part in Anaesthesia research.
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Cancer
The cancer specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The cancer specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including bladder, renal, and prostate cancers.
Our Support
Our ...
National Cancer Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local cancer leads. The cancer specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
CPAS
this ection explains about the Chemotherapy and Pharmacy Advisory Service. The aim of the service is to help trials across the whole of our portfolio run as smoothly and quickly as possible, and to improve quality of care and management of risks in prescribing, preparing and administering chemotherapy.
Our Stakeholders
The cancer specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as NCRI and European Organisation for the Research and Treatment of Cancer.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your cancer study, or how to take part in cancer research.
Contact us
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your cancer study, or how to take part in cancer research.
Cardiovascular Disease
The Cardiovascular Disease specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Cardiovascular Disease specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including studies involving medicines for diseases of the heart including valves and arteries.
Our Support
Our ...
National Cardiovascular Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Cardiovascular Disease leads. The Cardiovascular Disease specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Cardiovascular Disease specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as British Heart Foundation and Royal College of Physicians.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Cardiovascular Disease.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Cardiovascular Disease study, or how to take part in Cardiovascular Disease research.
Contact us
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Cardiovascular Disease study, or how to take part in Cardiovascular Disease research.
Children
The children specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The children specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including clinical trials and cohort studies.
Young Person's Advisory Group
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Our Support
Our ...
National Children Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local children leads. The children specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The children specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to children.
Our Facilities
 
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your paediatric study, or how to take part in paediatric research.
Contact us
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your paediatric study, or how to take part in paediatric research.
Critical Care
The Critical Care specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Critical Care specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including Sepsis and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS).
Our Support
Our support The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) provides ...
National Critical Care Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Critical Care leads. The Critical Care specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Critical Care specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the Intensive Care Society and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Critical Care.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Critical Care study, or how to take part in Critical Care research.
Contact us
Contact ...
Dementias and Neurodegeneration
The Dementias and Neurodegeneration specialty supports the set up and delivery of clinical research in the NHS in a range of dementia and neurodegenerative diseases. The dementias and neurodegeneration specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS. The specialty includes Dementias, Parkinson's disease, Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and Huntingdon's disease (HD).
Our Studies
The dementias and neurodegeneration specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including dementia, Parkinson's disease, motor neurone disease (MND) and Huntington's disease.
Our Support
 
National Dementias and Neurodegeneration Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Dementias and Neurodegeneration leads. The Dementias and Neurodegeneration specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Motor Neurone disease
Find out more about ways to get involved in Motor Neurone Disease Research.
Parkinson's disease
Find out more about taking part in Parkinson’s Disease research.
Our Stakeholders
The Dementias and Neurodegeneration specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as Alzheimer's Research UK, Alzheimer's Society, Parkinson’s UK, the Huntington’s Disease Association and the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Dementias and Neurodegeneration.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Dementias and Neurodegeneration study, or how to take part in Dementias and Neurodegeneration research.
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Dermatology
The Dermatology specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Dermatology specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including common chronic skin diseases such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis.
Our Support
Our support The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) provides ...
National Dermatology Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Dermatology leads. The Dermatology specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Dermatology specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the British Association of Dermatologists and the UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Dermatology.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Dermatology study, or how to take part in Dermatology research.
Contact us
Contact ...
Diabetes
The Diabetes specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Diabetes specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including studies screening for type 2 diabetes, prevention of diabetes from a young age, lifestyle changes.
Our Support
Our ...
National Diabetes Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Diabetes leads. The Diabetes specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Diabetes specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as Diabetes UK and JDRF.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Diabetes.
Our Facilities
 
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Diabetes study, or how to take part in Diabetes research.
Contact us
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Diabetes study, or how to take part in Diabetes research.
Ear, Nose and Throat
The Ear, Nose and Throat specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Ear, Nose and Throat specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including Otology, Neurotology / Skull Base Surgery, Rhinology, Head and Neck including Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgery, and Larynology.
Our Support
Our ...
Our Stakeholders
The Ear, Nose and Throat specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as ENT UK and Generate.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Ear, Nose and Throat.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Ear, Nose and Throat study, or how to take part in Ear, Nose and Throat research.
Contact us
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Ear, Nose and Throat study, or how to take part in Ear, Nose and Throat research.
Gastroenterology
The Gastroenterology specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Gastroenterology specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including Inflammatory bowel diseases such as crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, functional GI disorders, coeliac disease, gastrointestinal infections, disorders of the oesophagus, gastrointestinal emergencies including bleeding.
Our Support
Our ...
National Gastroenterology Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Gastroenterology leads. The Gastroenterology specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Gastroenterology specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as British Society of Gastroenterology and the Royal College of Physicians.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Gastroenterology.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
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Genetics
The genetics specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The genetics specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including rare diseases and the causes and prevention of birth defects.
Our Support
 
National Genetics Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local genetics leads. The genetics specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Musketeers' Memorandum
Further information about the NIHR Musketeers' Memorandum
Our Stakeholders
The genetics specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the Clinical Genetics Society and the UK Genomic Medicine Centres (GMC).
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to genetics.
Our Facilities
 
Our People
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Haematology
The Haematology specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The haematology specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including clotting factor concentrates and innovative iron replacement therapies.
Our Support
Our ...
National Haematology Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local haematology leads. The haematology specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
HaemSTAR
 
Our Stakeholders
The haematology specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the American Society for Haematology and UK Thalassaemia Society.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to haematology.
Our Facilities
Our Facilities The NIHR provides the support and facilities ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your haematology study, or how to take part in haematology research.
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your haematology study, or how to take part in haematology research.
Health Services Research
The Health Services Research specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Health Services Research specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including health service workforce issues and planning, and organisation of care.
Our Support
Our support The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) provides ...
National Health Services Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Health Services Research leads. The Health Services Research specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Health Services Research specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as Health Services Research UK (HSRUK).
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Health Services Research.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
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Hepatology
The Hepatology specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Hepatology specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including acute and chronic liver disease including liver failure, the impact of identifying, screening and treating viral hepatitis, liver fibrosis and cirrhosis, normal and abnormal liver metabolism, genetic studies including pharmacogenetics, biomarkers, hepatotoxicity, alcohol, complications of cirrhosis, fatty liver, liver cancer, viral hepatitis.
Our Support
Our ...
National Hepatology Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Hepatology leads. The Hepatology specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Hepatology specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as British Association for the Study of the Liver, British Society of Gastroenterology and Royal College of Physicians.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Hepatology.
Our Facilities
 
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Hepatology study, or how to take part in Hepatology research.
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Hepatology study, or how to take part in Hepatology research.
Infection
The Infection specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Infection specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including studies of the development and treatment of acute and chronic infectious diseases such as: gastroenteritis, hepatitis, HIV, influenza, meningitis. Also studies of the prevention, treatment and control of hospital-acquired infections such as: MRSA. The prevention of infections by vaccination particularly acute infectious diseases such as: childhood rashes and Studies in microbiology laboratories of infections and clinical infectious diseases including development of new diagnostic tests.
Our Support
Our ...
National Infection Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Infection leads. The Infection specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Infection specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as Urgent Public Health Research and COMBACTE
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Infection.
Our Facilities
 
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Infection study, or how to take part in Infection research.
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Infection study, or how to take part in Infection research.
Injuries and Emergencies
The Injuries and Emergencies specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Injuries and Emergencies specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including pre-hospital care, trauma, fractures, wounds and burns.
Our Support
Our support The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) provides ...
National Injuries Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Injuries and Emergencies leads. The Injuries and Emergencies specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Injuries and Emergencies specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as Trauma Networks, the National Ambulance Research Steering Group and the British Burns Association.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Injuries and Emergencies.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
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Mental Health
The Mental Health specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Mental Health specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including reduction of anxiety and stress, intervention to improve mental and physical health and cognitive therapy.
Our Support
Our support The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) provides ...
National Mental Health Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Mental Health leads. The Mental Health specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Patient & Carer Information
Find out about the many ways that patients and carers can get involved in Mental Health research.
Our Stakeholders
The Mental Health specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as MQ and patient involvement groups.
Useful links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Mental Health.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
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Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders
The Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including medicines for metabolic and endocrine disorders, adrenal and hormonal glands and associated diseases and thyroid gland disorders.
Our support
Our ...
National Metabolic Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders leads. The Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the Society for Endocrinology and Royal College of Physicians.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders.
Our Facilities
 
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders study, or how to take part in Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders research.
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders study, or how to take part in Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders research.
Musculoskeletal Disorders
The musculoskeletal disorders specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The musculoskeletal disorders specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including inflammatory joint diseases and elective orthopedic surgery
Our Support
Our ...
National Musculoskeletal Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local leads. The musculoskeletal disorders specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England
Our Stakeholders
The musculoskeletal disorders specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as Arthritis UK, British Society of Rheumatology and Royal College of Physicians.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to musculoskeletal disorders.
Our Facilities
Our Facilities ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your musculoskeletal disorders study, or how to take part in musculoskeletal disorders research.
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your musculoskeletal disorders study, or how to take part in musculoskeletal disorders research.
Neurological Disorders
The Neurological Disorders specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS. The specialty covers research into epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, headache, neuro-muscular disease, neurological infections such as encephalitis and the normal development of the nervous system.
Our Studies
The Neurological Disorders specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, headache, neuro-muscular disease, neurological infections such as encephalitis and the normal development of the nervous system.
Our Support
 
National Neurological Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Neurological Disorders leads. The Neurological Disorders specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Neurological Disorders specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as Migraine Trust, Epilepsy Action, The MS Society, Multiple Sclerosis Trust, the Neurological Alliance (an umbrella group for neurological charities), the MS Clinical Trials Network Steering Group and the UK Epilepsy Research Network.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Neurological Disorders.
Our Facilities
 
Our People
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Ophthalmology
The ophthalmology specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The ophthalmology specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including studies involving medicines for diseases of the eye and optic nerve studies involving devices in diseases of the eye and optic nerve.
Our Support
Our ...
National Ophthalmology Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local ophthalmology leads. The ophthalmology specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The ophthalmology specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the Royal College of Physicians.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to ophthalmology.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your ophthalmology study, or how to take part in ophthalmology research
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your ophthalmology study, or how to take part in ophthalmology research
Oral and Dental Health
The Oral and Dental Health Specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The oral and dental health specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including, Managing dental caries in younger childrenn and Strategies for managing oral cancers.
Our Support
Our ...
Our Stakeholders
The specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as .
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your oral and dental health study, or how to take part in oral and dental health research.
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your oral and dental health study, or how to take part in oral and dental health research.
Primary Care
The Primary Care specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Primary Care specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including treating common conditions such as tonsillitis or influenza.
Our Support
Our support The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) provides ...
National Primary Care Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Primary Care leads. The Primary Care specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Primary Care specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Primary Care.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
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Public Health
The Public Health specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Public Health specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including obesity, lifestyle, screening and health inequalities.
Our Support
Our support The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) provides ...
National Public Health Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Public Health leads. The Public Health specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Public Health specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the Faculty of Public Health, Society for Social Medicine, Public Health England and the Association of Directors of Public Health.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Public Health.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
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Renal Disorders
The Renal Disorders specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Renal Disorders specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of renal research which aim to make advances in the care, prevention, treatment and diagnosis of renal disorders, while continuing to improve the coordination and quality of research into renal disorders.
Our Support
Our ...
National Renal Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Renal Disorders leads. The Renal Disorders specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Renal Disorders specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as Kidney Research UK and the UK Kidney Research Consortium.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Renal Disorders.
Our Facilities
 
Our People
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Renal Disorders study, or how to take part in Renal Disorders research.
Reproductive Health
The reproductive health and childbirth specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The reproductive health and childbirth specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including birth defects and preterm birth.
Our Support
Our ...
National Reproductive Health Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local reproductive health and childbirth leads. The reproductive health and childbirth specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The reproductive health and childbirth specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the Royal College of Midwifery.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your reproductive health and childbirth study, or how to take part in reproductive health and childbirth research.
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your reproductive health and childbirth study, or how to take part in reproductive health and childbirth research.
Respiratory Disorders
The Respiratory Disorders specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Respiratory Disorders specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including studies involving the development of medicines for all respiratory disorders. Studies into asthma, bronchiectasis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Studies into treatments of cystic fibrosis, lung disease and infections, lung cancer and pleural disease as well as studies into sleeping and breathing disorders.
Our Support
Our ...
National Respiratory Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Respiratory Disorders leads. The Respiratory Disorders specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The Respiratory Disorders specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as: The British Lung Foundation and The British Thoracic Society (BTS).
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Respiratory Disorders.
Our Facilities
Our Facilities The NIHR provides the support and facilities ...
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Respiratory Disorders study, or how to take part in Respiratory Disorders research.
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Respiratory Disorders study, or how to take part in Respiratory Disorders research.
Stroke
The Stroke specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The Stroke specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of stroke research.
Our Support
Stroke research matters. Are you a patient or carer, a life sciences company or a health and social care professional? The NIHR can support you in your research journey.
National Stroke Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local Stroke leads. The Stroke specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Enabling people with aphasia to participate in research
Aphasia resource for stroke researchers to enable people who have had a stroke to participate in research.
Our Stakeholders
The Stroke specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as the Stroke Association and Royal College of Physicians.
Useful Links
A list of useful links to online information and other organisations related to Stroke.
Our Facilities
 
Our People
Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Stroke study, or how to take part in Stroke research.
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your Stroke study, or how to take part in Stroke research.
Surgery
The surgery specialty is one of 30 specialties which bring together communities of clinical practice and research expertise. We make sure the studies on our national portfolio of research receive the right support so they can be successfully delivered in the NHS.
Our Studies
The surgery specialty supports the delivery and promotion of clinical research studies in a wide range of areas; including breast, transplant and urology.
Our Support
Our ...
National Surgery Clinical Specialty Leads
Names and contact details for all our national and local surgery leads. The surgery specialty has both national and local experts who provide clinical leadership to support research taking place around England.
Our Stakeholders
The surgery specialty has strong links with charities and professional organisations such as The Royal Colleg of Surgeons and The Royal College of Physicians.
Our Facilities
Our ...
Our People
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Contact details. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support your surgery study, or how to take part in surgery research.
About us
 
Our purpose
A summary of NIHR's vision, mission, aims, principles, history and creation of a whole health research system.
Vision, mission and aims
Aims, purpose and mission of the NIHR
Principles
 
Patient data
Value of patient data in research and care; safeguarding confidentiality; and national opt-out programme.
NIHR examples
 
Attitudes
Over the years, we have led or been part of ...
Adding value in research
Adding Value In Research means ensuring that research answers the right questions, delivers efficiently and publishes results in full in an accessible and unbiased report.
National research context
 
Office for Strategic Coordination of Health Research (OSCHR)
The independent Office for Strategic Coordination of Health Research (OSCHR) ...
Our themes
 
How we are managed
How we are managed.
NIHR Leadership
Leads for the NIHR Professor Chris Whitty CB FMedSci, ...
Dr Louise Wood, Director of Science, Research and Evidence, Department of Health and Social Care
Biography of Dr Louise Wood - Director of Science, Research and Evidence at the Department of Health and Social Care
Director for Health Services & Delivery Research Programme
 
Boards and panels
Managing the NIHR's strategic direction and priorities NIHR Advisory Board The ...
Programme committees
Researchers apply for funding for their studies through our research ...
Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation (EME)
The Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation Programme calls on the ...
Funding decisions
On this page you can find funding panel minutes ...
Health Services and Delivery Research (HS&DR)
In this section you can read more on the ...
Funding decisions
On this page you can find Funding and Prioritisation ...
Health Technology Assessment (HTA)
In this section you can read more on the ...
Funding decisions
On this page you can find funding panel minutes ...
TAR Teams
The TAR teams are commissioned on the basis of ...
Invention for Innovation (i4i)
Our Programme Director is Martin Hunt. Selection panel members review ...
Funding decisions
The i4i Programme manages two calls per year for both ...
Policy Research Programme
 
Programme Grants for Applied Research
Our Programme Director is Professor Elaine Hay. Selection panels and sub-panels ...
Funding decisions
Our sub-panels meet several times a year to discuss applications. ...
Public Health Research
In this section you can read more on the ...
Funding decisions
On this page you can find funding panel minutes ...
Research for Patient Benefit
NIHR's Regional Advisory Panels for the Research for Patient Benefit.
Funding decisions
Information about what RfPB funds.
Systematic Reviews
To assess the applications the NIHR Systematic Reviews Programme ...
Funding decisions
On this page you can find funding panel minutes ...
Push the pace
Push the Pace is looking at how research findings can influence patient care more quickly.
Managing centres
Details about CCF, CRN, NETSCC, TCC
NIHR Central Commissioning Facility
 
Research
 
Infrastructure and Faculty
 
Department of Health and Social Care funded programmes
 
Fleming Fund Technical Advisory Group
The aim of the Fleming Fund is to improve ...
Patient and Public Involvement at CCF
Patient and public involvement at the NIHR Central Commissioning Facility.
Resources for public contributors
PPI resources for patients and the public.
PPIE annual reports
The patient and public involvement and engagement (PPIE) sections of annual reports from NIHR research infrastructure initiatives.
CCF PPI data
We are interested in using PPI routine data to: improve how ...
CCF PPI Team
Contact the CCF PPI team.
CCF Newsletter
From January 2017, the monthly newsletter from the Central ...
Contact details
Our office hours are Monday to Friday 9.00am ...
NIHR Clinical Research Network Coordinating Centre
The NIHR Clinical Research Network makes it possible for all patients and health professionals across England to participate in relevant clinical trials.
Our Performance
The NIHR Clinical Research Network measures its effectiveness against a set of high level objectives. Performance reports are produced on a quarterly and annual basis, which can be found on this page.
Key Statistics
The NIHR Clinical Research Network makes it possible for patients and health professionals across England to participate in relevant clinical research studies within the NHS. The NIHR CRN reviews its annual performance and highlights the key statistics from the year. The key statistics can be found on this page.
Our Structure
The NIHR Clinical Research Network is made up of 15 Local Clinical Research Networks that cover the length and breadth of England. Each local Clinical Research Network delivers research across 30 clinical specialties.
Meet the Team
The NIHR Clinical Research Network has a national leadership team comprising of an Executive Team, Specialty Cluster Leads, and a Senior Management Team.
Contact us
Find the NIHR Clinical Research Network Coordinating Centre contact details on this page.
CRN system support
Find out how to access or solve any problems you may be having with NIHR Clinical Research Network systems
NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre
NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC) NETS Programmes
Needs Led, Science Added
The ‘needs-led, science-added’ approach is a set of principles ...
International Work
Adopting a collaborative approach to research is becoming increasingly ...
Management Information System (MIS)
The Management Information System (MIS) is an integrated way for ...
Patient and Public involvement in research
Involving the public in our work is a key ...
Our people
The PPI reference group advises NETSCC on the development ...
Current opportunities
Reviewing As a public reviewer, you would be invited ...
NIHR Academy Executive
The NIHR Academy Executive manages the NIHR Academy on ...
NIHR Office for Clinical Research Infrastructure (NOCRI)
The NIHR Office for Clinical Research Infrastructure simplifies access to the UK's world-leading clinical research infrastructure.
Our structure
Research Programmes Efficacy & Mechanism Evaluation (EME) Programme in partnership ...
Infrastructure
The NIHR provides the support and facilities the NHS needs for first-class research by funding a range of infrastructure facilities.
Biomedical Research Centres (BRCs)
NIHR Biomedical Research Centres (BRCs) drive progress on innovation and translational research in biomedicine into NHS practice.
BioResource
The NIHR BioResource is a panel of thousands of volunteers, both with and without health problems, who are willing to be approached to participate in research studies including to develop new treatments for a range of diseases, and to investigate the links between genes, the environment, health and disease.
Clinical Research Facilities (CRFs) for Experimental Medicine
The NIHR funds Clinical Research Facilities (CRFs) for Experimental Medicine to help speed up the translation of scientific advances for the benefit of patients. CRFs are purpose-built, cutting-edge facilities, with specialist clinical, research and support staff, in locations where universities and NHS Trusts work together on dedicated programmes of patient-orientated experimental medicine research.
Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs)
NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs) undertake high-quality applied health research focused on the needs of patients and support the translation of research evidence into practice in the NHS.
Dementia Translational Research Collaboration (TRC)
Dementia research is characterised by considerable methodological and disciplinary ...
Dementia TRC Members
Cambridge The NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) has research themes ...
Strengths and Expertise
Together the NIHR Dementia Translational Research Collaboration offers world-leading ...
Experimental Cancer Medicine Centres (ECMCs)
The NIHR funds 14 Experimental Cancer Medicine Centres across England in close partnership with the leading cancer charity, Cancer Research UK. Experimental Cancer Medicine Centres (ECMCs) play a leading role in speeding up the process of cancer drug development and the search for cancer biomarkers – molecules present in blood or tissue - that can be used to diagnose cancer, predict the aggressiveness of the disease, or show whether a drug will be effective in a specific patient and at what dose.
Health Informatics Collaborative
Our Health Informatics Collaborative (HIC) has been set up to deliver ...
Inflammatory Respiratory Disease Translational Research Collaboration (TRC)
The Inflammatory Respiratory Disease Translational Research Collaboration brings together ...
Expertise
NIHR Translational Research Partnerships are strongly positioned to ensure ...
Joint and Related Inflammatory Diseases Translational Research Collaboration (TRC)
The Joint and Related Inflammatory Diseases TRC brings together ...
Expertise
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Improving lives for patients and carers after stroke
Improving lives for patients and carers after stroke
Producing a rapid diagnostic blood test for stroke to improve treatment and recovery
Producing produce rapid diagnostic diagnose blood test stroke improve treatment recovery
How using routine clinical data can improve newborn health services and patient outcomes
using routine clinical data improve newborn health service patient outcome involve
Modifying a technique to treat abnormally fast heart rate
Modifying a technique to treat abnormally fast heart rate
Career inspiration from the NIHR
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Hip joint replacement in osteoarthritis: If and when to conduct surgery
Hip joint replacement in osteoarthritis: If and when to conduct surgery
New surgical concept for abdominal keyhole surgery
Dr Pete Culmer, Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Leeds, and Richard Hall, Founder and Managing Director of design consultancy pd-m International, describe how they developed a device to aid laparoscopic surgery, with the help of an award from NIHR’s Invention for Innovation (i4i) Programme.
Helping people with dementia live independent lives at home
Professor Martin Orrell has led a number of large studies in dementia, helped by several awards from NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research. He outlines the inspiration behind his latest research - the Valuing Active Life In Dementia (VALID) trial.
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NIHR’s Invention for Innovation (i4i) programme was the ideal home for Dr Luca Marciani's research, and NIHR infrastructure helped him to develop his study and find collaborators to make his vision of an MRI-visible pill into a reality.
Pictures of health
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Precision medicine
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Where is it best to give birth?
For expectant parents, the decision of where they choose to give birth can be a difficult one. Researchers funded by the NIHR compared the safety of births planned to take place in four different settings.
Can football clubs help fans to lose weight?
Although men are more likely to be overweight or obese than women, they are less likely to join weight-loss programmes. The NIHR evaluated an intervention carried out in partnership with Scottish Premier League football clubs - Football Fans in Training.
How do you keep Ebola patients hydrated?
Dehydration is a key cause of death in people infected with Ebola. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of different methods of fluid delivery could help health workers make choices that save lives.
How do you stop an aneurysm before it bursts?
It is estimated that around 4 per cent of men aged between 65 and 74 in England have an abdominal aortic aneurysm. The NIHR funded research to compare endovascular repair with the traditional open repair method.
Who gives the best CPR? Man or machine
In the UK, there are over 30,000 cardiac arrests a year and the survival rate is poor. The NIHR funded research to test the effectiveness of LUCAS-2 - a machine developed to automate and potentially improve CPR.
What part should HPV testing play in cervical screening?
Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women under 35 years old. Testing for human papilloma virus (HPV) could add sensitivity to the detection of lesions, but there was a lack of evidence as to the most clinically and cost effective way of combining tests.
Is self monitor of blood sugar levels effective for non-insulin-dependent diabetics?
Diabetes is a major public health problem, with 4 million people in the UK living with the condition and numbers predicted to rise. There had been no evidence that self monitoring of blood sugar levels was actually effective in helping type 2 diabetics who were not using insulin.
Are new drugs effective for treating Rheumatoid arthritis?
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune condition that causes pain, swelling and stiffness in the joints. NIHR funded researchers undertook a systematic review of 29 trials on the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the drugs and reviewed industry submissions to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).
Do new drugs work better than old for treating schizophrenia?
Pharmacological treatment of schizophrenia began in the early 1950s with the discovery thatchlorpromazine had antipsychotic properties. To enable better prescribing decisions, the NIHR aimed to evaluate the relative effectiveness of new drugs, compared to conventional drugs and to clozapine.
Can we use nuts to cure nut allergies?
Peanut allergy is a common disease in developed countries, affecting approximately one in 50 children in the UK. Based on the encouraging results of a small pilot study, NIHR researchers undertook a randomised trial of a new treatment: peanut oral immunotherapy.
The expanding research environment
The expanding research environment
Cardiovascular disease
Cardiovascular disease
Dermatology / Collaborating with the life-sciences industry
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ENT / A decade of making a difference
ENT/ A decade of making a difference
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Enhanced Relapse Prevention
Is digital the future of relapse prevention in bipolar disorder?
Using big data in mental health research
Using big data in mental health research
Putting ADHD to the (Qb)Test
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Stroke
INTERACT 2 a study to determine the safety and effectiveness of intensive lowering of blood pressure in patients with intracerebral haemorrhage.
Antimicrobial resistance
To help tackle the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), the NIHR has committed over £91 million into research addressing the use of antimicrobial drugs such as antibiotics.
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Stem cell research in GVHD
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Q&A with Marie Curie and Macmillan
One million people have taken part in primary care clinical research. The NIHR asks Professor Philip Evans what the future research landscape will look like and how the NIHR are going to rise to the challenge.
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One million people have taken part in primary care clinical research. The NIHR asks the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) what this means for patients and the public and how the NIHR and RCGP are going to support general practices going forward.
Q&A with Philip Evans
One million people have taken part in primary care clinical research. The NIHR asks Professor Philip Evans what the future research landscape will look like and how the NIHR are going to rise to the challenge.
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One million people have taken part in primary care clinical research. The NIHR talks to Queen Square Medical Practice and one of their patients about their thriving research culture in Lancaster.
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Amrane's story
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Our experts explore challenges to delivering biosimilar clinical trials in the NHS, and how they have been overcome.
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Our experts highlight some of the UK's key selling points in relation to delivering biosimilar clinical trials.
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Through a series of YouTube clips, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust team members describe their enthusiasm, capacity and capabilities for delivering biosimilar trials.
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Hear British key opinion leaders and company representatives discuss challenges and opportunities for clinical research of biosimilar medicines in the UK.
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