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BHF CRC Launch CTU Consultancy Packages

The BHF CRC is excited to announce new research development support as part of our continued partnership with UK Clinical Trials Units (CTUs) specialising in CVD research. We offer UK researchers the opportunity to consult with a leading CTU to address questions in, and refine the design of, research projects.

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BANCC Launches New Research Forum

BANCC launched their Research Forum towards the end of 2019 in a new effect to champion nurse researchers, increase support to those interested in research and encourage more nurses into the field. The BHF CRC are excited to partner on this initiative and will be working closely with BANCC to support the forum as it grows.

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BHF Data Science Centre -Routinely Collected Data Survey

The BHF Data Science Centre are investigating the use of routinely collected data in cardiovascular (CVD) clinical trials and the challenges associated with this. This survey will help them identify ways to address these challenges, support users of routinely collected data and allow the full potential of these data to be realised.

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BHF CRC Launch CTU Consultancy Packages

The BHF CRC is excited to announce new research development support as part of our continued partnership with UK Clinical Trials Units (CTUs) specialising in CVD research. We offer UK researchers the opportunity to consult with a leading CTU to address questions in, and refine the design of, research projects.

Read More »

BANCC Launches New Research Forum

BANCC launched their Research Forum towards the end of 2019 in a new effect to champion nurse researchers, increase support to those interested in research and encourage more nurses into the field. The BHF CRC are excited to partner on this initiative and will be working closely with BANCC to support the forum as it grows.

Read More »

BHF Data Science Centre -Routinely Collected Data Survey

The BHF Data Science Centre are investigating the use of routinely collected data in cardiovascular (CVD) clinical trials and the challenges associated with this. This survey will help them identify ways to address these challenges, support users of routinely collected data and allow the full potential of these data to be realised.

Read More »

Events

UK Research and Innovation has initiated a programme to consult on the requirements for a UK-wide federated, digital infrastructure for sensitive data research that has the confidence, and meets the needs of researchers, data controllers, and the public. 

As part of the first phase of this work we will be running a programme of Sprint Exemplar Projects. These projects will provide an exciting opportunity to bid for funding to carry out a process of uncovering and testing early thinking and developing potential use cases, technical proof-of-concepts as well as exploring the governance, ethical and public engagement and involvement aspects of developing a next generation of Digital Research Infrastructure based on trustworthiness, security, and interoperability.

This event will launch this competition and be an opportunity to find out more about the requirements of these sprint projects and how to apply.

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The National Cardiac Surgery Clinical Trial Initiative are currently in the consultation phase of a new study that will find out whether cooling patients during heart surgery improves survival and reduces organ injury. Contribute your views and opinions and help shape this trial

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The BCS Digital Cardiology course is the first event of its kind for UK cardiologists at all career stages, offering insights into a truly new era of cardiology research and practice.

In a one day-programme (usually held at the British Cardiovascular Society in London), this novel course covers wide-ranging topics from social media and e-cardiology, to genomics and machine learning, with both interactive talks and panel discussions – presented by leading figures in cardiovascular medicine.

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The culmination to the cardiovascular year will review the biggest and most relevant topics of the past 12 months. This year the course will follow a revised format for virtual delivery but will remain a must-attend for consultants and cardiology trainees who wish to keep up to date on advances in cardiology. There will also be a live Q&A session posing questions to the expert panel.

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