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RDS NW March 2019 e-bulletin

research proposal pre-submission review panels, INVOLVE launch “Learning for Involvement” website, THIS Institute report explores how NHS staff can get involved in research, new visual identity for NIHR, events, funding opportunities, approaching funding deadlines. Download the March 2019 e-bulletin here.

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Developing funding proposals in applied health and social care: NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) funding programme event – 20 March 2019

This one-day event, organised by the NIHR Research Design Service North West (RDS NW), is for health and social care professionals and researchers in the North West of England. The event is specifically for those who want to develop and submit an application to...

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RDS NW February 2019 e-bulletin

In this issue: public co-applicants in research – guidance on roles and responsibilities, developing funding proposals in applied health and social care: NIHR Research for Patient Benefit funding programme event – 20 March 2019, latest RDS blog: minding your Ps and Qs,...

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RDS NW January 2019 e-bulletin

In this issue: RDS funder focus seminar: NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research – 5 February 2019, latest RDS blog: Demystifying Public Involvement with Young People, Public Involvement in Research in the North West: Creating Inclusive Research event – 14 March 2019,...

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RDS NW e-Newsletter – issue 14, December 2018

In this Issue: helping you get the most out of the RDS NW, help us help others, RDS NW Public Involvement Fund application tips, adviser spotlight, latest RDS NW Twitter campaign, successful RDS NW event encourages new researchers to apply for their...

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Supporting research in the NHS: Excess Treatment Costs

From 1st October 2018, new arrangements have come into place to better manage excess treatments costs in non-commercial research.  Learn about how this will simplify and improve research arrangements to improve the future health and care of patients from a new NIHR...