The Clinical Nutrition & Oncology Research Group in University College Cork are currently running a study funded by the Irish Cancer Society looking into the use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) in cancer treatment. The study aims to gather information from people who have had (or still have) cancer and the professionals who care for them. Currently little is known about
Study Day on Registry based randomised controlled trials – Uses, Challenges, Advantages and Applications Hosted jointly by HRB-Trials Methodology Research Network (HRB-TMRN) and HRB Clinical Research Facility Cork (CRF-C), on March 10th 2021. This online event will discuss rRCTS from a number of different perspectives. You will hear from colleagues across the globe on their uses and experiences of conducting
The Health Research Board will launch their strategy for 2021 – 2025, “Health Research Making an Impact” on Tuesday 16th Feb 2021. As COVID-19 continues highlighting how the wellbeing of society and economy depends on the quality of health research. This message is central to the new strategy. The launch will be online between 12 noon and 1.00 pm and
Announcing 2 dates for RCSI Education training in Good Clinical Practise for Medical Device Research, Feb 18th and May 27th. For full details of these and other training courses and events check our Events Calendar.
Two Day Webinar – 24th/25th Feb 2021 HRB-CRCI in conjunction with Enterprise Ireland will hold a webinar on Feb 24th & 25th addressing the Medical Device Regulations coming into force in May 2021. The regulations will replace the existing Medical Device and Active Implantable Medical Device Directives. Key changes include the importance of the Quality Management Systems (QMS) based upon