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Stillbirths in Nigeria

Stillbirths in Nigeria

Posted on 4 October 2022 by Rebecca Milton

Background Stillbirth is defined by the World Health Organisation as ‘a baby born with no signs of life at or after 28 weeks' gestation’ and are reported as one of […]

My GW4 Crucible Experience

My GW4 Crucible Experience

Posted on 29 September 2022 by Josie Henley

What is GW4 Crucible and who is it for? GW4 Crucible is a series of workshops for people who are identified as ‘future leaders’ to explore working in an interdisciplinary […]

A reflection On Coverage Of Outcomes In The PACE Trial Compared To COS-AECOPD

A reflection On Coverage Of Outcomes In The PACE Trial Compared To COS-AECOPD

Posted on 27 September 2022 by David Gillespie

By Dr. David Gillespie and Prof. Kerenza Hood Overview In 2014, the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded a randomised controlled trial (RCT) evaluating the use of a C-reactive […]

College Student: My In2ScienceUK Work Experience In the Centre for Trials Research

College Student: My In2ScienceUK Work Experience In the Centre for Trials Research

Posted on 6 September 2022 by David Gillespie

Hi, my name is Imogen Dagdeviren. I am a college student at Nantgarw College, studying Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics. I have just finished AS and will be moving on to […]

AIDS 2022: When Cutting-Edge Science Meets Powerful Community Activism

AIDS 2022: When Cutting-Edge Science Meets Powerful Community Activism

Posted on 31 August 2022 by David Gillespie

“This is not a kumbaya moment.” These words topped and tailed the foremost conference on HIV / AIDS held in Montreal at the end of July…a conference known for: Thousands […]

Unique And United

Unique And United

Posted on 30 August 2022 by c1980081

In 1985 Cardiff held its first gay march, with the first Cardiff Pride event being held in 1999. And this weekend Cardiff hosts its first Pride since the pandemic with […]

Reflections And Awards Of A Supervised Intercalated Student

Reflections And Awards Of A Supervised Intercalated Student

Posted on 8 July 2022 by Saif Abbas Chatoo

The First Meeting This is an honest and reflective summary of an opportunity which challenged me immensely. At the start of a ‘year out’ of medical school, to conduct research […]

Talking Trials: Including The Voices Of People From Minority Ethnic Communities In Health Research

Talking Trials: Including The Voices Of People From Minority Ethnic Communities In Health Research

Posted on 5 July 2022 by Martina Svobodova

Populations recruited into clinical trials need to include diverse participants of different ages, sexes, races, and ethnicities to ensure wide applicability. Existing data shows people from ethnic minorities are included […]

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 […]