Tuesday, 17 September 2013 10:36
The ARRIVE (Animal Research: Reporting In Vivo Experiments) guidelines are intended to improve the reporting of animal experiments. They have been published in the journal PLoS Biology and eleven other journals.
Previous work by the NC3Rs showed that many publications reporting publicly funded animal research from the UK and US lacked key information on how the study was designed, conducted and analysed, which could limit their value in informing future scientific studies and policy.
Health Research Authority launches new tools for researchers
Thursday, 23 May 2013 14:06
The Health Research Authority (HRA) has developed two new tools to help researchers decide whether their project would be managed as research and whether it needs to be reviewed by an NHS Research Ethics Committee (REC) for approval. Read the HRA press release for further information.
BSG gets involved in NIHR-HSC consultation
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 16:02
Members of the BSG's Research Committee and Clinical Studies Groups recently contributed to a consultation on the prioritisation of new technologies in gastrointestinal, pancreatic and liver disease. Speaking on behalf of the NIHR Horizon Scanning Centre, Louisa Hamilton, Horizon Analyst, said "Thank you very much for your assistance .... We very much appreciate your help. Please pass on my thanks to all those that helped with the work. ... If you hear of any new developments in your field in the future and think that we should consider them, please do not hesitate to let us know."
The NIHR-HSC is an academic unit which provides the Department of Health and the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) with advance notice of health technologies and interventions that are likely to have a significant impact on the NHS in the next 2-3 years. Information the HSC provides also informs the future work programmes of the Health Technology Assessment (HTA) programme and other national policy-makers.
Research Prioritisation Round Table
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 15:03
The NICE/AMRC/JLA Research Prioritisation Round Table took place on 28 January 2013. It gave delegates an opportunity to digest and debate the national initiatives presented. With permission from the speakers, the organisers have provided all the speaker presentations and a slide depicting the connection between the initiatives.
Sophie Petit-Zeman has also written a short piece published on the BMJ Blog.
- NICE research recommendations
- UK DUETS
- JLA PSP process
- Prostate Cancer PSP
- Sight and Vision PSP
- Cochrane Priority Setting
- NIHR HTA
- Overview of national initiatives
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