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Unpacking the ‘Black Box Of Horrendousness’

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Unpacking the ‘Black Box Of Horrendousness’

Posted on 23 June 2022 by Victoria Shepherd

How can we address the challenges of conducting trials with adults with impaired capacity to consent? Anyone who has been involved in developing or conducting trials involving people who are […]

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International Clinical Trials Day Poem

Posted on 21 June 2022 by Claire Nollett

On 20th May, the CTR recognised International Clinical Trials Day with an online event celebrating public involvement in our research. Three members of the public – Margaret Ogden, Jane Leahy […]

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Celebrating World Refugee Day

Posted on 17 June 2022 by Paula Foscarini-Craggs

June 20th marks World Refugee Day. It’s a day to reflect on the challenges refugees and asylum seekers face worldwide and come together to develop solutions to those challenges. I […]

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Celebrating The CTR Research Partners Community To Mark International Clinical Trials Day

Posted on 17 May 2022 by Martina Svobodova

Public involvement is a vital part of all studies within the Centre for Trials Research and our research partners (members of the public) play an important role in providing a […]

 
DOMINO-HD Team At JPND /JPco-fuND2 Symposium

DOMINO-HD Team At JPND /JPco-fuND2 Symposium

Posted on 10 May 2022 by Monica Busse-Morris

The DOMINO-HD team attended the JPND /JPco-fuND2 Symposium on Thursday 28 April 2022 at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium in Brussels. This was an event designed to […]

Hip Dysplasia Life: A How-To Guide For Surviving And Thriving With Hip Dysplasia, For You And Your Family

Hip Dysplasia Life: A How-To Guide For Surviving And Thriving With Hip Dysplasia, For You And Your Family

Posted on 11 April 2022 by Julie Latchem-Hastings

The Get CreActive project explored the experiences of starting and staying physically active for 20 adults with hip dysplasia.  Through exploring physical activity, the broader impact of hip dysplasia on […]

Setting Hip Dysplasia Research Priorities For the Future

Setting Hip Dysplasia Research Priorities For the Future

Posted on 11 April 2022 by Julie Latchem-Hastings

Between 2020-2022 Cardiff University researchers and scholars worked intensely with 20 adults with hip dysplasia to: Learn about their experiences of starting and staying physically active Set research priorities for […]

World Autism Awareness 2022

World Autism Awareness 2022

Posted on 29 March 2022 by Claire Johnson

This year, World Autism Awareness Week is from 28 March to 3 April, and to mark this we’d like to provide some information and further resources linked to the Centre’s […]

The NIHR Associate Principal Investigator Scheme: Researchers of the Future

The NIHR Associate Principal Investigator Scheme: Researchers of the Future

Posted on 18 March 2022 by Joanne Euden

Many of you may have heard of the Associate Principal Investigator (API) scheme, but not everyone is familiar with what it entails and how we, at the Centre for Trials […]

One More Reason Why Access To Health And Care Data Is Important To Our Wellbeing

One More Reason Why Access To Health And Care Data Is Important To Our Wellbeing

Posted on 17 March 2022 by Joanne Euden

One of the Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) members for the PEACH study, Graham Prestwich, discusses their involvement with the study, with a particular emphasis on how the team are processing […]