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Month: June 2022

AZTEC Completes Recruitment

AZTEC Completes Recruitment

Posted on 29 June 2022 by John Lowe

We were delighted to complete recruitment to the AZTEC trial during March 2022. I have personally been working on the study since moving to Cardiff to undertake my PhD in […]

Research Team Amsterdam Visit

Research Team Amsterdam Visit

Posted on 28 June 2022 by Claire Nollett

Bikes. Trams. Canals. After a week in which I’d found myself in seven different airports, there was no mistaking that I had now landed in Amsterdam. My purpose for being […]

Unpacking the ‘Black Box Of Horrendousness’

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 […]

International Clinical Trials Day Poem

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 […]

Celebrating World Refugee Day

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 […]