Helping Manchester Clinical Research Facility’s young patients to be part of research
Emma Harrison Research Health Play Specialist shares how through her unique role she provides invaluable support to help Manchester CRF patients and their families be part of research.
Making health research more inclusive for Deaf British Sign Language (BSL) community
Celia Hulme Manchester BRC Doctoral student, a Deaf BSL user and Olivia Joseph, Manchester BRC PPIE Project Manager tell us how and why they developed research’s first Deaf Experts by Experience group
Clinical research nursing: A unique opportunity
Sue Stockdale, Senior Clinical Research Nurse at Manchester Clinical Research Facility (CRF) shares why a career in research, though sometimes overlooked, can be incredibly rewarding.
Assessing and managing hearing loss: where is the evidence to support clinical practice?
Professor Kevin J Munro reflects on the lack of evidence that underpins clinical decision making in adults with hearing loss and how Manchester BRC is addressing this.
The Rare Reality of Rare Diseases – Stephanie Yau
On Rare Disease 2019, Stephanie Yau, Rare Disease Project Manager discussues some of the difficulties faced by people with a rare disease, and how Manchester is working to improve research.
How research is transforming cystic fibrosis care
Dr Alex Horsley, leading expert in cystic fibrosis (CF) research reflects on the challenges of CF and how research at Manchester Clinical Research Facility could transform CF care.
Why a research-based placement is an opportunity not to be missed
Suzan Ben-Akinduro and Zoya Mehmood, biomedical science students at the University of Salford, on placement at Manchester CRF tell us why a research-based placement is an opportunity not to be missed.