Tagged: National Institute for Health Research

Model Agreements

Nationally approved standard agreements help speed up the contracting process for industry-sponsored trials carried out in the NHS by removing the need for site-by-site reviews and local legal agreements to … Read more → – Model Agreements

Launch of the Clinical Practice Research Datalink

In March 2011, The Government launched its ‘Plan for Growth’ which details steps needed to enable the British economy to become more internationally competitive. As part of this initiative The … Read more → – Launch of the Clinical Practice Research Datalink

National Institute for Health Research annual report 2010/11 published

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Annual Report 2010/11, which provides an overview of the NIHR’s activities and key achievements over the year, has been published today. Professor Dame … Read more → – National Institute for Health Research annual report 2010/11 published

New Health Research Authority comes a step closer

Legislation to establish the Health Research Authority (HRA), which will provide a new pathway for the regulation and governance of health research, was laid before Parliament today. Created initially as … Read more → – New Health Research Authority comes a step closer

A new pathway for the regulation and governance of health research

The Academy of Medical Sciences independent review of medical research regulation and governance reported in January 2011. Its recommendations covered: rationalising research regulation in a new arm’s-length body facilitating NHS … Read more → – A new pathway for the regulation and governance of health research

£800 million for medical research

£800 million will be spent to boost medical research, advancing diagnosis, prevention and treatment, and benefitting patients with diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease. The research will be … Read more → – £800 million for medical research