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CMFT Public Programmes team member speaks at NIHR event to share inspiring ways of involving the public in clinical research
A member of the Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT) Public Programmes team has spoken at an NIHR event aimed at inspiring solutions in public involvement in research.
Free expert support in Patient and Public Involvement/Engagement for grant applications
Expert drop-in sessions across Manchester for researchers to discuss Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement queries regarding grant proposals, involving women and/or children.
Research News e-bulletin – August edition
The August edition of the Research News e-bulletin is now out
Creative project invites young people with arthritis to develop products and technology to help improve their life
An exciting new project called #DesignforMSK has been launched by the BRU, inviting young people to work with product designers, and research to design new products.
Visitors from America join CMFT and NIHR colleagues to celebrate young people’s involvement in research
Representatives from the International Children’s Advisory Network (iCAN) were among the speakers at a special event in Manchester to showcase young people’s involvement in clinical research.
More than 10,500 students use their DNA to analyse evolution of taste gene
More than 10,500 students from schools and colleges across the North West have taken part in the Question of Taste practical science workshop since it started in 2009.
New study design sees young people with rheumatic conditions across the UK have their say on the focus of medical research
Young people living with rheumatic conditions in the UK are sharing their thoughts on the focus of medical research to help shape a new national initiative.
Research News e-bulletin – June edition
The Research News e-bulletin is a digital round-up of all the latest news from the Research and Innovation Division at Central Manchester Hospitals.