Research News

Paediatric European Digestive Diseases Clinical Research Network (PEDDCReN) Survey

Tuesday, 10 December 2013 14:18

Nick Croft, Julian Thomas, Nikhil Thapar (UK Members of the PEDDCReN Steering Group) and Varsha Tailor (PEDDCReN Project Manager) invite you to participate in a 5-minute survey that will allow the project team to identify the interests of the departments across Europe, in order to determine what expertise and resources are available for setting up and running clinical trials in this speciality. For further details and access to the survey itself, please click here.

Paediatric European Digestive Diseases Clinical Research Network – PEDDCReN

Tuesday, 12 November 2013 15:06

PEDDCReN is an exciting new initiative with the key aim of forming a clinical trials network to study (and ultimately provide) effective medicines for paediatric patients in the speciality of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition. It was established with the support of LINKS funding from the UEG and is led by the BSG in collaboration with various European societies and ENPR-EMA (The European Network of Paediatric Research at the European Medicines Agency). The project will support both industry and non-industry investigators in running high quality multi-centre clinical trials and your involvement is welcome.

IBD Nixon Twin and Multiplex Registry

Wednesday, 06 November 2013 12:45

UK gastroenterologists are invited to refer concordant and discordant twin pairs, as well as families where three or more first degree relatives have an IBD diagnosis, to the twin/multiplex registry. We will collect epidemiological data and invite members to donate to a biobank. This will become a powerful research resource that will be available for research collaborations in the future. Further information about how to refer twins or families is available from Hannah Gordon, Senior Clinical Research Fellow (Gastroenterology), IBD Nixon TAM Registry Co-Investigator, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Public Health Research project 09/3001/09 report published:

Wednesday, 06 November 2013 10:01

"Reducing alcohol-related harm in disadvantaged men: development and feasibility assessment of a brief intervention delivered by mobile telephone, Public Health Research".

 

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