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Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Week 2015 Shaping our approach to recruitment into research studies
On 12th May, our research staff attended a workshop to better understand the challenges around recruiting participants from Black Asian and Minority Ethnic groups into research studies.
Are you interested in helping to shape our research and improve health outcomes for others?
We’re currently looking for public and patient volunteers to take part in a research user group that will support our researchers across a diverse range of clinical areas.
Welcome to our new research website
Thank you to members of the public, patients, staff and partners who contributed to the design of our new research website.
Come and join us on International Clinical Trials Day!
Each year, on or around 20th May we celebrate International Clinical Trials Day, to commemorate the anniversary of the very first clinical trial by James Lind.
Explore joints and genes at the Museum of Science and Industry
Did you know arthritis affects people from childhood to old age? Or that both genes and lifestyle play a major role in disease development? Get the chance to find out more about the latest research in
Manchester-led study provides new insight into public interest in medicines research
Manchester researchers have published data for the first time about public knowledge of and interest in the process of medicines research and development (R&D).
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust launches strategy to help researchers involve more patients in the design of research
CMFT led by the Public Programmes team, has launched a strategy and guide for staff, which will help researchers involve patients in the design of research.