HRB-CRCI, in its role of central coordination for clinical trials, supports WHO Solidarity Clinical Trial for COVID-19 in Ireland Solidarity in finding new pathways and Treatments Everything we do in the months ahead will be based on collectively seeking and acting on evidence. Right now just a handful of drugs seem to have effects in lab-based settings on coronavirus but
The HRB Open Research platform is updated with the latest HRB COVID-19 research in a dedicated collection which includes research on ethical declarations in COVID-19 clinical papers, ER attendance by paediatric patients during the outbreak and open letter perspectives on dementia and family carers. You can check the research on the HRB Open Research website.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to support the trial methodology community, the HRB Trials Methodology Research Network (HRB-TMRN) are hosting an online conference on the topic of clinical trials in a pandemic, embracing flexibility and ensuring integrity. The HRB-TMRN in University College Dublin and NUI Galway, in collaboration with colleagues in Trial Forge, University of Aberdeen, are delighted to
As part of a series of interviews with the PedCRIN Consortium members, University College Dublin (UCD) were asked about their experience of working with PedCRIN. UCD is the sponsor of the POPART trial, part-funded by the PedCRIN project and it has employed PedCRIN services for the expansion of the POPART trial into other European countries (Belgium, Czech Republic, Itlay, Portugal,
In November 2019, Health Research Charities Ireland with support from the IHRF Steering Group, convened an Irish Health Research Forum meeting on the theme Working Across Health Services & Academia – Challenges and Solutions for Health Research. The meeting incorporated discussion groups, panel discussions and a Q&A session to ensure all voices were heard. Based on the discussions at the event and with input