JRO News

Drop-in sessions for investigators

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The JRO is running a number of drop-in sessions for investigators.

Research & Development staff will be on hand during these sessions to talk about:

Staff invited to have blood pressure measured as part of worldwide screening initiative

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Staff are invited to have their blood pressure measured on Wednesday 31 May as part of a worldwide screening initiative.

European Forum for Good Clinical Practice workshop on quality and innovation in complex studies

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Registration is now open for a European Forum for Good Clinical Practice workshop on quality and innovation in complex studies.

UCLH staff finalists in Pharma Times ‘clinical research site of the year’ category

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Good luck to UCLH staff who are finalists in the Pharma Times awards ‘clinical research site of the year’ category.

International Clinical Trials Day 2017 at UCLH

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UCLH will be celebrating International Clinical Trials Day on 19 May with information stalls, tours and activities across the trust.

Drop-in sessions on legal aspects of research

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Researchers are invited to attend drop-in sessions for advice on legal aspects of research.

The sessions, which are every Thursday morning at Maple House on Tottenham Court Road, will focus on intellectual property rights, data protection and clinical trials contracts.

Human Tissue Act training and working with clinical information

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Research staff and students are reminded to undertake training in the rules governing the use of human tissue, set out in the Human Tissue Act, before working with human tissue and/or data.

Researchers and Hepatitis B vaccination

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Researchers are reminded of the requirement to be vaccinated against Hepatitis B before commencing any work using human tissue.

Finance clinic for researchers

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Researchers are invited to attend drop-in sessions on finance related issues that affect live studies.

HRA approval - helpful information for researchers

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From 1 April 2016 significant changes to the way clinical research is approved in England, introduced by the Health Research Authority (HRA), came into effect.

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