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NIHR shares annual statistics

08th July 2022

The NIHR has shared annual statistics showing a high level of research engagement across the country. Read more: 

https://www.nihr.ac.uk/news/nihr-annual-statistics-highlight-sustained-public-enthusiasm-for-participating-in-research/

Locally, over 120,000 people took part in health and care research in Yorkshire and Humber last year. Read more:

https://local.nihr.ac.uk/news/another-great-year-for-research-participation-in-yorkshire-and-humber/30951

Local GP and researcher featured on The One Show

24th May 2022

Local GP and University of Leeds based academic Dr Sarah Alderson was on The One Show this week talking about the Campaign to Reduce Opioid Prescribing (CROP).

You can see this three minutes into the episode: link

Bradford City of Research launched

20th May 2022

"To mark International Clinical Trials Day, the local NHS has launched a new City of Research campaign to encourage more volunteers from across Bradford, Airedale and Craven to sign up to take part in research."

Read more at the Telegraph and Argus website:

Bradford launches ambitious new City of Research campaign

Wakefield wins big at local research awards

17th May 2022

The Wakefield Together Research Partnership/Hub won two awards at the annual Yorkshire and Humber CRN Research awards, one for contributing to research into COVID-19, and one for research in care homes.

Congratulations to all!

NIHR CRN Yorkshire and Humber Research Awards shortlist released

25th April 2022

The NIHR CRN Yorkshire and Humber Research Awards shortlist has been announced, with nominees including local GP Dr Sara Humphrey, the Wakefield Research Hub, the LTHT COVID-19 Research Team and Vaccine Research Team, the Wakefield Together Research Planning team, the Bradford Teaching Hospitals Clinical Research Teams and the local COVID & Me - Vaccines Community & Public Engagement Collaboration.

You can find the full shortlist on the NIHR website:

https://local.nihr.ac.uk/news/crn-yorkshire-and-humber-research-awards-shortlist/30426


Research Engagement Hub re-launched

07th September 2022

The Research Engagement Hub, a platform the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) created in collaboration with the National Institute for Health Research - School of General Practice (NIHR SPCR) to celebrate and showcase academic general practice, has re-launched.

You can read more on the NIHR SPCR website:

https://www.spcr.nihr.ac.uk/news/rcgp-research-engagement-hub

NHS R&D Forum returns

05th September 2022

The NHS R&D Forum annual conference will return in 2023 at Sage in Newcastle/Gateshead from 21st-23rd May.

A call for abstracts has been released for posters and oral presentations:

https://rdforum.nhs.uk/rdf23-abstracts/

New NIHR guidance released

08th August 2022

New guidance has been released to support easier payment of public contributors to research.

You can read more about this on the NIHR website:

https://www.nihr.ac.uk/news/new-guidance-for-easier-payment-of-public-contributors-to-research/30845

The HRA shares consultation response

26th July 2022

The Health Research Authority (HRA) has shared its response to the General Medical Council’s good medical practice consultation.

You can read more about this on the HRA website: 

https://www.hra.nhs.uk/about-us/news-updates/our-response-to-the-general-medical-councils-good-medical-practice-consultation/

NIHR shares annual statistics

08th July 2022

The NIHR has shared annual statistics showing a high level of research engagement across the country. Read more: 

https://www.nihr.ac.uk/news/nihr-annual-statistics-highlight-sustained-public-enthusiasm-for-participating-in-research/

Locally, over 120,000 people took part in health and care research in Yorkshire and Humber last year. Read more:

https://local.nihr.ac.uk/news/another-great-year-for-research-participation-in-yorkshire-and-humber/30951


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