Like most of our colleagues, our HRB CRCI staff have been working remotely from home since March 14th. Despite the current situation we are delighted to be able to continue with all Working Group activities with meetings continuing via conference/video calls. Our feasibility programme is continuing as normal for both COVID-19 and Non COVID-19 studies. HRB CRCI paediatric research support for
CRF/Cs Activities HRB CRCI is a national integrated clinical research network of the Clinical Research Facilities/Centres (CRF/C) in Ireland. Our eight partner CRF/Cs include: HRB CRF Cork at University College Cork & Mercy University Hospital HRB CRF Galway at University Hospital Galway Wellcome Trust – HRB CRF at St. James’s Hospital Royal College of Surgeons Ireland CRC at Beaumont Hospital
Challenges in establishing regulated trials in midst of a pandemic (Note: the following comments are entirely the personal opinions of the author, they have not been endorsed and may not reflection the viewpoint of any other persons or organizations associated with the WHO Solidarity Trial.) A long-standing principle of clinical medicine is that the physician should first do no harm
The Patient Effect – Nothing About Us, Without Us Special Screening for International Clinical Trials Day 20th May 2020 (registration required) The HRB Primary Care CTNI and PPI Ignite @ NUI Galway are delighted to announce that the Public and Patient Involvement in Research Documentary titled The Patient Effect, will have a virtual screening on May 20th at 3.00 pm as
The HRB Clinical Research Facility Cork are providing ICH Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training courses online during the COVID-19 period of restrictions. Both full and refresher courses are available. Up to date GCP training is a requirement for staff involved in clinical research. For information and booking of these courses contact Lucy Deane.