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MedCity is hosting an NIHR Biomedical Research Centre Showcase event around Cell and Gene Therapy on 15 March, showcasing 8 BRCs’ research expertise in this area.
"Digital Health is a white hot topic across the UK, with many stakeholders both inside and outside of the NHS speaking to the potential benefits. Patient experience may be improved, efficiencies may be gained," writes Brian Clancy co-author of The Growing Value of Digital Health in the United Kingdom and Senior Product Manager, AppScript Analytics, IQVIA Inc. But what is the quantitative value of Digital Health? Do apps and connected devices really improve patient outcomes? Will Digital Health create cost savings that the NHS can count on?
For this session we're joined by Clare Woods, Business Development Officer for NOCRI - the National Institute for Health Research Office for Clinical Research Infrastructure. NOCRI are a great resource for innovators in digital health who are considering clinical research. It simplifies access to the UK's clinical research infrastructure for industry of all sizes
We're joined by Sharon Barrett, Deputy Chief Operating Officer from NIHR CRN North Thames, who takes us through some of the key advice for SMEs looking to conduct clinical trials with the NHS.
To support our BRC/U research strategy, we have received funding ofrom the Department of Health through NIHR. We use our funds to support clinical research infrastructure, including our Nucleus (a hub which brings together numerous informatics projects), research nurses, technicians and technology specialists.
NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care bring together a collaboration of the local providers of NHS services and NHS commissioners, universities, other relevant local organisations and the relevant Academic Health Science Network.
The NIHR works collaboratively with industries to develop concepts of new medical devices, healthcare technologies and technology-dependent interventions that improve treatment and quality of life for patients.
The NIHR funds many programmes addressing a wide range of health priorities. Funding is based on the quality and importance of the research to personal social services, public health and the NHS.
The National Institute for Health Research is an NHS organization that can help companies assess their ideas.