5
Nov

Swiss Clinical Trial Organisation – Research Question Portal

Our colleagues at the Swiss Clinical Trial Organisation (SCTO) are celebrating their 10 year anniversary and have created an online  research question portal. The aim of this portal is to allow both research staff and the general public, pose clinical research questions to experts, who will respond to the best questions in short videos. The SCTO is an independent organisation

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4
Nov

NCI Summer Curriculum in Cancer Prevention 2020

Under the All-Ireland Cancer Consortium, the Health Research Board has the opportunity to provide access to two prestigious courses in cancer prevention at the National Cancer Institute in the USA. This includes a four-week course on the principles and practice of cancer prevention, and a one-week course on molecular prevention. The HRB supports travel-related costs. The All-Ireland Cancer Consortium aims

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16
Oct

Irish Health Research Forum – November Meeting

The Irish Health Research Forum (IHRF) meeting – Working Across Health Services & Academia – Challenges and Solutions for Health Research is now open for registrations. The meeting will take place at the Dublin City Council offices, Wood Quay on Weds 13th November 2019 from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm. At this event, attendees will hear from representatives from the Health

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2
Oct

Irish Health Research Forum – Report and Recommendations

The Irish Health Research Forum (IHRF) has published a report on the meeting held in May 2019 – Data Protection and the Health Research Regulations. The full report can be viewed or downloaded here. About the organisers of the IHRF The Irish Health Research Forum is funded and managed by Health Research Charities Ireland (previously known as Medical Research Charities

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30
Aug

HRB review of clinical research infrastructure in Ireland

The Health Research Board (HRB) have published a report presenting the outcomes of the review of their investment in clinical research infrastructures in Ireland conducted in 2018. The aim of the review was to generate appropriate evidence on current strengths, synergies, gaps, duplications and needs in Ireland’s clinical research infrastructures, either those funded directly or peripherally by the HRB, in

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