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Research

Every year more than half a million people help the NHS improve healthcare and develop life-saving treatments by taking part in health and social care research.

5 Good Reasons to take part in NHS Research

To find out about healthcare research visit www.ukctg.nihr.ac.uk  You will be able to search for clinical trials, nationally and locally, which you are interested in taking part in. 

To find out more about how Generation-R Young Peoples' Advisory Groups support the design and delivery of paediatric research in the UK, please visit www.generationr.org.uk 

I Am Research - Young People

To explore opportunities for public involvement in NHS health and social care research visit www.peopleinresearch.org

I Am Research 

 

For more information about getting involved with clinical research visit www.iamresearch.co.uk 

The 100,000 Genomes Project

The project is being run by Genomics England, a company wholly owned by the Department of Health. Genomics England is working together with NHS England, Health Education England and Public Health England to deliver the 100,000 Genomes Project. These centres have been set up across the country to recruit patients, take the samples and provide medical information to the project. For more informaiton please click on the link below.

The 100,000 Genomes Project



 
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