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HRA Latest
March 2020
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Research in a public health emergency

100 clinical trial applications authorised under the combined ways of working pilot

Using patient data in data-driven healthcare technologies - a blog from Engagement Manager Will Navaie

Pharmacy Assurance workshops receive positive feedback

Keep in touch with the HRA

HRA sessions at the R&D Forum 2020
Welcome to the March edition of HRA Latest. 

We have details of our fast-track review process to share with you, which enables research studies in a public health emergency to begin quickly. 

This month we are proud to share a significant milestone for our Combined Ways of Working pilot programme, with a total of 100 applications for clinical trials authorised. Meanwhile, we have been meeting with NHS R&D and pharmacy staff through a series of workshops to help them prepare to implement Pharmacy Assurance in their organisations. 

All of our contact emails have now changed, so below you’ll find information on how to keep in touch with us. You will also find an overview of the HRA led sessions at the upcoming R&D Forum in May 2020, as well as details of the key messages we shared at the NHS R&D Forum's symposium on ‘Research but not as we know it’ earlier this week. 


And don’t forget that you can always read the latest updates from us via Twitter. Follow us @HRA_Latest.

Teresa Allen, Chief Executive

 
One hundred clinical trial applications authorised under the combined ways of working pilot
Our Combined Ways of Working (CWoW) pilot programme has reached another significant milestone, a total of 100 applications authorised. 
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Research in a public health emergency

 
We have a fast-track review process which enables research studies in a public health emergency to begin quickly.
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Using patient data in data-driven healthcare technologies – a blog from Engagement Manager Will Navaie
Engagement Manager, Will Navaie, attended the NHS R&D Forum’s symposium ‘Research but not as we know it’ earlier this week to share key messages on the use of patient data in the development of healthcare technology.
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Pharmacy Assurance workshops receive positive feedback
NHS R&D staff and pharmacy staff from across England and Wales have been taking part in workshops with us to prepare for implementing pharmacy assurance for NHS sponsored studies.
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Keep in touch with the HRA
 


All of our contact email addresses have changed. 
Find out how to keep in touch with the HRA.
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HRA sessions at R&D Forum 2020
Join us at the annual NHS R&D Forum conference, RDF20, in Newcastle this May. The conference, held in association with the HRA, is the place to be for research managers, sponsors and researchers, offering a range of keynote presentations, workshops and discussions on key issues in health and social care research. 
 
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