5
Nov

StrokeCog & SCTNI Conference

Setting the Cogs in Motion: Intervention through Collaboration StrokeCog (Post Stroke Cognitive Research Group), RCSI and SCTNI (Stroke Clinical Trials Network Ireland), supported by The Health Research Board, are hosting their first virtual conference  on the 27th November. This event promises to be a great day of exciting talks and presentations from speakers including Professor Terry Quinn, University of Glasgow

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3
Nov

Irish Research Nurses and Midwives

IRNM The IRNN was set up in 2008 to support the educational and professional needs of Clinical Research Nurses & Midwives in Ireland. However, the word ‘midwife’ was missing from the name. At the 2020 AGM a motion was proposed, and passed, that the IRNN should change its name to include the word ‘midwife’. After consultation with the membership the Irish

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21
Oct

Stroke Trials – Early Career Investigators Workshop

ESO/GAINS/WSO Early Career Investigators Workshop The HRB Stroke Clinical Trials Network Ireland (SCTNI) are promoting an Early Career Investigators Workshop to be held on December 4-5,  hosted online by : The European Stroke Organisation (ESO) Global Alliance of Independent Networks focused on Stroke trials (GAINS) & World Stroke Organization(WSO) Participants to these dynamic sessions will have opportunity to learn about

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25
Sep

EU-RESPONSE – European adaptive platform trial on COVID-19

Through ECRIN, Ireland will participate in EU-RESPONSE, a 5-year, €15.7M multinational project, funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. The project will design and implement a new European adaptive platform clinical trial for COVID-19 treatments. For further information, please see the ECRIN website or for Ireland specific enquiries contact HRB CRCI

11
Aug

HRB Impact Award 2021

The Health Research Board has launched the Impact Awards for 2021. The award will recognise a researcher or health professional working in any health-related discipline who at any time during their career, has made, or is making, an outstanding contribution to research that has had a significant impact on people’s health or on health policy or practice. Research impact has

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