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Experts at the University of Bristol have come together to help in the fight against COVID-19. Bristol UNCOVER is the COVID Emergency Research group based at the university and is made up of around 30 senior academics and their teams. One of the group's c...

The NIHR is the nation’s largest funder of health research. Bristol punches well above its weight in terms of NIHR funding. The city, through its universities and hospitals, hosts key NIHR infrastructure, and attracts millions in NIHR grant funding.

The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) will be extending support into health and social care research taking place in non-NHS settings.

2016-17 saw Bristol awarded £21 million for a new NIHR Biomedical Research Centre, and the opening of the West of England NHS Genomic Medicine Centre. The UK’s largest trial looking at prostate cancer treatments published its first results.

The West of England Clinical Research Network (CRN) has showcased its work over the last year with a 'year in numbers' annual report summary.

2015-16 saw the opening of the Bristol Brain Centre, bringing Bristol’s considerable strengths in neurological disorders together under one roof, and a new personalised assisted living facility at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory. A Genomic Medicine Cen...

Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Trust's R&D team are celebrating mental health research during their Clinical Trials Week from 6 to 10 June, by asking people to tweet about why they're involved in research.

In the last 10 years, 225,000 people in the West of England are estimated to have taken part in clinical research supported by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR), the research arm of the NHS.

The national NIHR Clinical Research Network is hosting a tweet chat on Thursday 18 February between 7-8pm, on young people's mental health and research.

A tour bus promoting ‘Join dementia research’ proved such a hit with shoppers in the West of England before Christmas that the region has now taken the number one slot for the highest number of local registrations to the service in the country.

More than 400 people came together on 15 October to hear about collaboration to improve health and care in the West at the NIHR CLAHRC West, CRN: West of England and WEAHSN joint conference.

People in Health West of England have developed an infographic showing how they link with their partners and other local organisations.

We have an innovative and possibly unique approach to patient and public involvement (PPI) in the West. People in Health West of England's Hildegard Dumper explains.

The NIHR Clinical Research Network: West of England has endorsed Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership's innovative Everyone Included approach to research recruitment, recommending all their partners adopt similar strategies.

Bristol Health Partners has joined with WEAHSN, CLAHRC West and the Clinical Research Network West of England to develop an integrated strategic approach to PPI across the region.

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