Today, we are launching our vision for research in the NHS. We are also sharing the findings of a survey of the attitudes and research experiences of almost 400 healthcare professionals working in the NHS
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The NIHR Clinical Research Networks are changing. Louise Wood, Head of Communications at NIHR CRN, asks Dr Jonathan Sheffield why they are changing, and how AMRC members can be involved in the process.
The government is planning to end VAT exemptions for some types of research. They are consulting on the impacts for research funders.
Sense About Science have launched a new campaign today All Trials Registered, All Results Reported which calls for action to ensure all trials past and present, for all drugs in current use, are registered; and that the full methods and the results a reported. They have launched a public petition.
Last night the Lords passed the Statutory Instrument to update UK law governing animal research. We now expect the update to officially become law before Christmas and come into effect on 1 January 2013.
The Stroke Association has gone back through 20 years of research funding to look at the impacts of its research. Here Clare Walton, research communications project officer, shares her tips on evaluating and reporting on impacts.
We have supported a joint statement welcoming proposed revisions to the law governing clinical trials across the EU and highlighting where we think they could be improved.