Do you wish to make a difference to research in the NHS? An opportunity has arisen for a Quality Assurance/GCP Auditor to join the Research and Innovation Department at Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) NHS Trust.
NUH has identified excellence in research … Continue reading
NUH R&I seeks to appoint a QA/GCP Manager to assure the quality of clinical research undertaken within Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust in accordance with legislative and best practice requirements. This is a key role in the co-ordination of working practices, policy implementation and preparation for external audits and MHRA inspection. Continue reading
A new EU Clinical Trial Regulations, the prospect of new EU medical device legislation, and changes to the European and national clinical trial authorisation processes will transform the regulatory environment in industry and the public sector. These are welcomed changes … Continue reading
Contact information for the Research and Innovation team is detailed below.
Our postal address is:
Research & Innovation
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Nottingham Integrated Clinical Research Centre
C Floor, South Block
Queen’s Medical Centre Campus
Derby Road Nottingham NG7 2UH
For general enquiries please email … Continue reading
Our current standard operating procedures, regulatory standards, guidance documents, templates and forms are regularly updated please ensure that you are using the most current version.
If you need further assistance then please contact our QA/GCP Auditor Melanie Boulter.
NUH Research & Innovation has a vacancy for a Senior Research Manager to lead on Regulatory Compliance & Award management.
The MHRA GCP Inspectorate is due to inspect NUH. The Trust was notified in February 2013 that an inspection is due to take place but as yet, the date and agenda of the inspection has not been confirmed. Continue reading
NIHR has launched a new Clinical Trials Toolkit which is based on the design of a tube map. The clickable diagram differentiates between legal and good practice requirements, providing essential information at the ‘stations’ along the route
In 2007 there were 12,864 hospital admissions in England for gastric duodenal or peptic ulcer haemorrhage. HEAT is a large scale outcomes study designed to see whether a one week course of H. pylori eradication reduces hospitalisation for ulcer bleeding in patients using aspirin. With funding from the NIHR HTA Programme, it is being led by the University of Nottingham, with recruiting centres across the UK. Continue reading
Support provided by the Comprehensive Clinical Research Network recently helped NUH overcome the challenges of A&E and become the top recruiting site in an acute pain study. NUH demonstrates how to successfully conduct a clinical trial in a difficult Emergency Department environment. Continue reading
Do you wish to make a difference to research in the NHS? An opportunity has arisen for a Research Manager to join the Research & Innovation Department at Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) NHS Trust. As Research Manager you will be a key member of the NUH R&I department and will play an important role in supporting the implementation of the Trust’s Research Strategy. Continue reading
Introduction to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Training Course
NIHR deliver regular GCP training.
For further information on GCP Training please visit the NIHR Website.
NUH R&I are currently delivering training on the HRA approval process and the changes to the research process. … Continue reading
Dr Steve Ryder
Director of Research
Since June 1994 Dr Ryder has been a consultant Physician in Hepatology and Gastroenterology at the Nottingham Digestive Diseases Centre and Biomedical Research Unit. His major clinical and research interest is hepatitis C infection.
Dr Ryder … Continue reading
The PharmaTimes has opened a new competition, the Clinical Research Site of the Year, which is jointly sponsored by the NIHR and the ABPI. A new category of the Clinical Researcher of the Year competition, it has been introduced in recognition of the importance to the UK’s global competitiveness that a clinical research site can make. Continue reading
Below is a selection of links related to regulatory standards which are relevant to Healthcare research in the UK. If you cannot find what you are looking for then please contact us on 0115 9709049.
Research Governance Framework, 2nd ed
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Commercial research is important to NUH as the driving force for the adoption and diffusion of innovation.
It is through this process that new treatments, devices or laboratory tests are studied and brought forward for use by patients and staff.
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The MHRA has completed a four day routine GCP inspection of systems and processes. This took place in the last week of February and we were notified at the close of the audit that there were no critical findings. A … Continue reading
NUH will soon undergo a routine GCP systems inspection by the MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency). This will take place during the last week of February and is coordinated by the R&D
department. The investigators who will be … Continue reading