Supporting the Development of UK Cardiovascular Clinical Research
Supporting the Development of UK Cardiovascular Clinical Research
Supporting the Development of UK Cardiovascular Clinical Research
Supporting the Development of UK Cardiovascular Clinical Research
Supporting the Development of UK Cardiovascular Clinical Research
Supporting the Development of UK Cardiovascular Clinical Research

The British Heart Foundation Clinical Research Collaborative (BHF CRC) aims to support the planning and delivery of clinical research in heart and circulatory disease.

The BHF CRC will provide the infrastructure to facilitate, enhance and coordinate the research activity of existing cardiovascular and surgical societies, all of whom have pledged their support.

The initiative is funded by the British Heart Foundation and hosted by the British Cardiovascular Society.

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Promote and Co-ordinate

To enable the effective planning and delivery of clinical research

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Add Value

Provide solutions to problems faced by our external stakeholders

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Engage

Working with the research community to promote representation and opportunities

‘The BHF is committed to a research strategy that improves and saves the lives of those with heart and circulatory diseases. To do that we need to make the most of the great research landscape that we have, support the very best collaborations across disciplines and ensure clinical research exists in an environment where it can develop and thrive. The Collaborative will help to draw out key issues for the clinical cardiovascular community, pick out the big questions and, we hope, align those with the best expertise to answer them.’
Professor Sir Nilesh Samani
Medical Director of the BHF

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