We work with researchers to advance the quality, range and design of clinical trials to improve the health of the population.
We assist researchers to design and conduct high-quality randomised trials and studies in mental health, primary care and behavioural change interventions. We are a UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC) registered unit offering academic and scientific input to studies alongside operational support. This means that we work closely with investigators to develop methodology for their study.
Our work supports a diverse portfolio of studies from ageing to infection, which leads us to collaborate with a number of different funders, including NIHR and Alzheimer’s Society. Successfully completed trials have included the development of a digital management programme for type 2 diabetes, home-based health promotion interventions for vulnerable older people and a website for improving contraception choices.
PRIMENT CTU is a partnership between 3 UCL departments:
- Research Department of Primary Care & Population Health
- Division of Psychiatry
- Department of Statistical Science
We collaborate with internal and external researchers to develop and/or evaluate complex interventions in primary care, psychiatric and community settings.
|PRIMENT CTU is a UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC) registered clinical trials unit. UKCRC registration recognises the CTU's strengths in conducting major trials and other large, well-designed studies.|
PRIMENT CTU receives National Institute for Health Research CTU Support funding. This funding has ben awarded to support the unit in developing and supporting NIHR research.
The PRIMENT CTU Steering Group oversees the Unit’s work and reviews new applications.
Priment CTU is composed of a scientific, clinical and operational team including trialists, statisticians, health economists, qualitative research experts, data managers and trial managers. Priment Organogram (PDF)