NIHR OK to ask campaign
On International Clinical Trials Day (ICTD) 2014 on 20 May, the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and partners promoted their ‘OK to ask’ campaign.
The encouraged everybody to get involved; patients, medical professionals and the public, to support the campaign so that people might benefit from research. Read more.
INVOLVE make it clear campaign
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is committed to making sure that each research study it funds has a clear and concise plain English summary. It is important that this information explains the research as a whole and is easy to read and understand. From 14 May 2014 a good quality plain English summary, submitted as part of the standard application form, will be a requirement of NIHR funding. Find out more from the INVOLVE website.
NIHR TCC New Media Competition
Round four of the NIHR New Media Competition is for researchers, patients or members of the public who are interested in communicating NIHR research.
The research should be clinical or applied health research, including social care research. It could also be research into medical education.
The research should have clear potential for benefiting patients and the public within 5 years of its completion. Read more.