Research design links and resources
|How to engage people as research co-applicants
||This paper pools what is known about how to arrange things so that public co-applicants are appropriately engaged.
||23 February, 2017|
|How to disseminate your research
||This NIHR guide is for researchers who are applying for funding or have research in progress. It is designed to help you to plan your dissemination and give your research every chance of being utilised.
||21 March, 2018|
|How to design a study
||Developed by the NIHR Research Design Service London, this page provides numerous resources about study design and preparing for funding applications.
||23 May, 2016|
|Communicating your research – a toolkit
||This toolkit is for researchers to help increase influence and impact in health and health care
||24 October, 2017|
|NIHR Complex Review Support Unit (CSRU)
||A service offering specialist expert advice for those producing complex systematic reviews. It can provide advice on methodological fields such as Diagnostic Test Accuracy, Economic Evaluations or Network Meta-Analysis.
||22 November, 2018|
|The role of Clinical Trials Units in developing an NIHR funding application – video
||The NIHR has produced a video highlighting the role that Clinical Trials Units (CTUs) play in developing an NIHR funding application, explaining both the role and benefits of working with CTUs.
||21 March, 2016|
||Health research must be informative, accessible and relevant to the public, patients, clinicians, health professionals, researchers, policy makers and health service managers. NIHR Evidence presents high quality summaries of findings so that health and care research can be used by all members of society.
||15 May, 2020|
|NHS England – guidance on excess treatment costs
||Published by NHS England this guidance helps clarify the rules and expectations on the funding of Excess Treatment Costs incurred during a non-commercial research study.
||23 November, 2015|
|Trials Managers’ Network: The Guide to Efficient Trial Management
||The guide is intended as a reference tool, providing pragmatic advice and guidance to all those involved in the management of trials.
||21 August, 2015|
||Checklist and flow diagram to improve the reporting of a randomised controlled trials (RCT), enabling readers to understand the trial's design, conduct, analysis and interpretation, and to assess the validity of its results.
||21 August, 2015|