- Beatson only UK site for pioneering prostate cancer trial
- Chief Scientist Office (CSO) - Supporting Patient and Public Involvement
- Clinical Research Practitioners register represents game-changing accreditation for vital part of research workforce
- ENRICH Scotland encourages the voices of care homes to speak louder in research
- First accredited Clinical Research Practitioner welcomed in Scotland
- Husband and wife support ENGAGE study
- Involving patients in cardiovascular research
- Much-needed funding provided to launch two Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) projects in Oral and Dental Health
- Organ and tissue transplantation research in Scotland
- Patient and public involvement in critical care
- Patient and public involvement in mental health
- Sustainable PPI in Co-designing Dundee Dental Hospital and Research School (DDH&RS)
- World Parkinson’s Day set to spark Scottish awareness of clinical research journey
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First accredited Clinical Research Practitioner welcomed in Scotland
26th July 2022
Scotland has its first accredited Clinical Research Practitioner (CRP), formally celebrating the valuable contribution of registration for health professionals and opening up further study opportunities.
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Clinical Research Practitioners register represents game-changing accreditation for vital part of research workforce
28th June 2022
New accreditation for Clinical Research Practitioners (CRPs) is set to significantly strengthen the skills base of the NHS Research Scotland (NRS) workforce, formally recognising the valuable contribution of previously un-registered health professionals and opening further study opportunities.
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