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    NIHR CRN 'Business of Discovery' podcast series launched

    15th September 2016

    The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN) has today released its first podcast as part of a series of monthly audio bites to inform about the discovery of research.

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    NIHR highlights research that could improve diabetes care and prevention

    9th September 2016

    A new report from the NIHR Dissemination Centre aims to help GPs and other healthcare professionals act on the latest type 2 diabetes research.

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    Registration opens for 'Improving Healthcare through Clinical Research' MOOC

    6th September 2016

    The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) recently announced the launch date for the next Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), to commence on 7 November 2016. Anyone interested in the course could register their interest, however, registration to sign up to the course, is now officially open.

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About Diabetes research

Diabetes research aims to make advances in diabetes care by improving the coordination and quality of research into type 1 and type 2 diabetes. By focussing on methods of treatment, diagnosis, care and prevention of diabetes, we support a wide range of research.

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Patient, carer and public information

To achieve advances in research it is extremely important that the Diabetes Specialty receives input from people affected to help guide its progress.

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Case studies

  • Diabetes UK and CRN Diabetes collaboration boosts research drive

    Closer working between Diabetes UK and CRN Diabetes is injecting new ideas and innovation into diabetes research, which is good news for the 4 million people in the UK living with diabetes.

  • Engaging global communities in research learning

    Enabling understanding of clinical research and its role in improving healthcare is a core objective in the Network. In 2015 the Network’s Workforce, Learning and Organisational Development team partnered with the Digital Learning team at Leeds University to develop an online course; ‘Improving Healthcare through Clinical Research’. The course is free, and available to anyone wanting to learn about clinical research.

  • Maintaining the UK's leading edge

    Eight senior clinical academics joined the ranks of the Network in 2015 as Specialty Cluster Leads. Their role? To ensure that the UK remains at the forefront of clinical research so that NHS patients can continue to benefit from leading-edge treatments. Insight magazine learns why and how.

  • Community engagement is key for diabetes research

    The population of NIHR Clinical Research Network: North Thames consists of around 80 percent ethnic minority groups and one of the largest communities is Bangladeshi. Traditionally, this group has not engaged with diabetes research, even though they are seven times more likely to have diabetes than white people.

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Key contacts

  • General enquiries - Diabetes

    Enquiries

    T: +44 (0)207 594 3390

    E: crndiabetes@nihr.ac.uk

  • Patient, carer and public enquiries

    E: crnppie@nihr.ac.uk

  • New study enquiries (including the life-sciences industry)

    Initial enquiries about the NIHR Clinical Research Network Portfolio

    T: +44 (0)113 343 0329

    E: supportmystudy@nihr.ac.uk

    www.supportmystudy.nihr.ac.uk

  • Existing study enquiries - non-commercial

    Enquiries about studies already on the NIHR Clinical Research Network Portfolio

    E: crncc.portfoliob@nihr.ac.uk

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