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Annual NHS R&D Management Forum

Prospering in the evolving NHS R&D landscape

28 & 29 May 2012

Hilton Birmingham Metropole

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2012 Delegate Guide

Monday 28th May

How can we consistently deliver high quality clinical research within the NHS?

Dr Clare Morgan

Working in Partnership with the NHS to Deliver Commercial Research

Adrienne Clarke

Update from NHS R&D Forum

Dr Maria Palmer

Proportionality and the risk adapted approach

Gail Francis

The Government's growth agenda - the contribution of life sciences

Dr Louise Wood

Tuesday 29th May

An update on the new Health Research Authority

Dr Janet Wisely

Attributing the Costs of research - understanding AcoRD
Trudi Simmons

PPI Challenges for organisations involved in health and social care research

Tracey Williamson and Rebecca Pritchard

Working with the NIHR Research Design Service to maximize successful grant applications

Dr Roger Beech

UK Wide Working Arrangements for Multicentre Studies

UK Wide Handouts

Helen Jones, Alison Walker, Michael Neeley and Janet Messer

The NIHR Research Support Services framework - supporting a consistent and efficient approach to managing research studies
Simone Bayes

Successfully delivering industry studies
Sarah Rickard and Natalie Goulden

Clinical Research Facilities Supporting Research

Helen Pidd and Jo Plumb

Thinking strategically: competitive edge in NHS R&D

Dr Maria Koufali

Understanding team dynamics and individual learning styles
Jo Burmester

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