Research Design and Conduct Service

Cardiff University Research Consultants Successfully Help Wales-Based Researchers To Bring In £1 Million Of New Funding

Posted on 5 April 2017 by Richard Haggerty

Experts in the Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS) South East Wales, based in the Centre for Trials Research at Cardiff University, worked with 115 teams across Wales to develop novel research ideas in 2016. The RDCS supported 16 teams to put in well-designed submissions to a variety of funding bodies through the year. Senior
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RDCS Supports Wide Range Of Researchers To Successfully Submit Proposals For Public And Patient Benefit (RfPPB) Funding Scheme

Posted on 20 February 2017 by Sue Channon

Research for Public and Patient Benefit (RfPPB) In the Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS) South East Wales team, we have been supporting 20 NHS-lead staff teams to develop applications for submission to the 2017 Health and Care Research Wales Research for Public and Patient Benefit (RfPPB) funding scheme. This scheme funds clinician-led research directed at
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First All-Wales Research Design and Conduct Service Residential Writing Retreat

Posted on 19 January 2017 by Mark Kelson

A successful 3-day writing retreat The Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS) South East Wales recently hosted the first All-Wales Research Design and Conduct Service residential writing retreat. The retreat was aimed primarily at teams of researchers targeting the imminent Research for Patient and Public Benefit (RfPPB) funding call and was designed to provide an
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RDCS Annual Event 2016: Increasing Research Capacity in Wales

Posted on 20 October 2016 by Mark Kelson

The Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS) South East Wales held its annual showcase event recently. This is our longest running event, now in its sixth year, and it has been oversubscribed every time. In recent years, it has focused on the upcoming Research for Public and Patient Benefit (RfPPB) call. “This is the study
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Delegates who presented at the event and Centre Director, Professor Kerry Hood (6th from left).

Developing Research Priorities in Care Homes into Collaborative Projects

Posted on 22 August 2016 by Victoria Shepherd

A recent workshop organised by the Centre for Trials Research and PRIME Centre Wales brought together experts in Wales with an interest in care for the older person, so they could begin to develop research ideas collaboratively. Establishing research priorities The Centre for Trials Research recently conducted a Research Priority Setting in Care Homes study which invited care home staff
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