In May we worked with 56 partner organisations to establish the UK COVID-19 public involvement matching service to support public involvement in urgent COVID-19 research. We've reviewed what we've learned this year about public involvement in research during a public health crisis, and will share our findings in a report shortly. The launch of the report will be on Wednesday 13 January 2021,11am-12:30pm, via Zoom. The event will be open to everyone, and we'd love to see you there - please save the date in your diaries and we'll provide further details soon.
We want to thank the R&D community and reflect on the fantastic work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through this series of sessions we will enable connection with leaders and researchers across the UK to reflect on the future of research.
An excellent course providing expert insights in the practicalities of research archiving procedures. End of study procedures are the domain of both the NHS and the Sponsor and so if you are a Named archivist or just need to understand more about how to firm up your procedures then you should consider this one-day event.
Topics and discussions will include the following
Regulatory updates for Non-Commercial Sponsors
Post transition arrangements for Clinical Trials
Quality by Design
Patient information and sponsorship
QA, monitoring and oversight during COVID19
Learning from COVID
How we sponsor
This course is designed for any role at all levels when new to a health care R&D department. The course might also be of interest to colleagues in industry, academia and the third sector that would like to better understand managing NHS Research or just for those who need to keep updated.