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    Join NIHR Clinical Research Network: Cancer at the NCRI 2016 Conference

    23rd September 2016

    The NCRI Conference will take place from 6 - 9 November 2016 in Liverpool. The Conference is the UK’s premier annual cancer research meeting attracting around 2000 delegates. This years Conference programme showcases the best in basic science, clinical trials, qualitative research and dataset analysis, and provides a forum for researchers from different disciplines to exchange knowledge and ideas.

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    ‘Can do’ attitude and teamwork achieves debut research first

    22nd September 2016

    North Devon nurses recruited the first patient in the country to an NIHR-funded study using text messaging with the aim of reducing sexually transmitted infections in young people. This achievement was all the more remarkable because it was a research study debut for this Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust team of nurses and health advisers based in a city centre walk in treatment centre.

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    Professor Jane Nixon: A decade of research with the NIHR

    22nd September 2016

    Professor Jane Nixon, Deputy Director of the Leeds Clinical Trials Research Unit, has recently been appointed as an NIHR Senior Investigator. This prestigious award recognises her contribution to research over the last decade.

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The NIHR Clinical Research Network: Yorkshire and Humber helps to increase the opportunities for patients to take part in clinical research, ensures that studies are carried out efficiently, and supports the Government’s Strategy for UK Life Sciences by improving the environment for commercial contract clinical research in the NHS in Yorkshire and Humber.

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  • Professor Jane Nixon: A decade of research with the NIHR

    Professor Jane Nixon, Deputy Director of the Leeds Clinical Trials Research Unit, has recently been appointed as an NIHR Senior Investigator. This prestigious award recognises her contribution to research over the last decade.

  • 'Can do' attitude and teamwork achieves debut research first

    North Devon nurses recruited the first patient in the country to an NIHR-funded study using text messaging with the aim of reducing sexually transmitted infections in young people. This achievement was all the more remarkable because it was a research study debut for this Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust team of nurses and health advisers based in a city centre walk in treatment centre.

  • Growing up - CRN Children at 10

    In 2007, the clinical research environment for children underwent a major transformation. The European Union introduced its Paediatric Regulation, which meant that any company developing a drug for adults was legally obliged to consider how it could be developed for children. It’s no coincidence that two years earlier, the NIHR introduced its Medicines for Children Research Network (MCRN).

  • Staying one step ahead of influenza

    Seasonal flu vaccines are essential to the prevention of flu worldwide. Over the last two years the NIHR Clinical Research Network has successfully supported studies in the UK for Seqirus – one of the world’s leading flu vaccine providers. Insight Monthly asked Dr David Bibby, Clinical Operations and vaccine specialist at Seqirus, why their relationship with the Network has been so successful.

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Key contacts

  • Host Organisation

    CRN: Yorkshire and Humber
    Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundations Trust
    Chief Executive Office
    8 Beech Hill Road
    Sheffield
    S10 2SB

  • Chief Operating Officer - CRN: Yorkshire and Humber

    Professor Caroline Pickstone

    T: +44 (0)114 226 1461

    E: caroline.pickstone@nihr.ac.uk

  • Clinical Director - CRN: Yorkshire and Humber

    Dr Alison Layton

    T: +44 (0)7725 837 783

    E: alison.layton@hdft.nhs.uk

  • Clinical Director - CRN: Yorkshire and Humber

    Dr Simon Howell

    T: +44 (0)113 392 5824

    E: S.Howell@leeds.ac.uk

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