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Eye disease patients have more opportunity than ever to take part in NHS research studies

76 per cent of hospitals in England now offer patients the opportunity to take part in eye disease studies 15,500 patients per year offered innovative treatments Ophthalmology community ‘punching above its weight’ in world of research Long-term strategy is ‘crucial’ to transforming treatment and ‘ease burden on the NHS’ A new report published today highlights

Event report: NIHR Clinical Research Network Ophthalmology Symposium, ARVO 2018, Honolulu, USA

Following a successful inaugural event in 2017, the second annual National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Ophthalmology Clinical Research Network symposium was held at the recent Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) conference in Honolulu, USA. This was an event to promote international research collaboration with UK sites, showcasing the wealth of opportunities

NIHR information for Orthoptists

The UK Government has embedded research and innovation within the NHS (Health & Social Care Act 2012). The National Institute for Health Research has promoted, funded and coordinated a Clinical Research Network that is divided into 15 regions. Within these regions, NHS research takes place in primary and secondary care facilities and in the case

NIHR information for Optometrists

The UK Government has embedded research and innovation within the NHS (Health & Social Care Act 2012). The National Institute for Health Research has promoted, funded and coordinated a Clinical Research Network that is divided into 15 regions. Within these regions, NHS research takes place in primary and secondary care facilities and in the case

NIHR information for Ophthalmology Consultants

The UK Government has embedded research and innovation within the NHS (Health & Social Care Act 2012). The National Institute for Health Research has promoted, funded and coordinated a Clinical Research Network that is divided into 15 regions. Within these regions, NHS research takes place in primary and secondary care facilities and in the case