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2 Difference between Research and Clinical Audit and The R&D Department and how it helps Lorraine Broadfoot R&D Co-ordinator Tel: x hs.uk Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

3 Difference between Research and Clinical Audit  What is Clinical Audit and why do we need it?

4 Difference between Research and Clinical Audit Set Standards Observe Practice Compare with Standards Agree Changes Needed Introduce Changes Review Standards Clinical Audit Cycle

5 Difference between Research and Clinical Audit  Where can ideas come from to do Clinical Audits?

6 Difference between Research and Clinical Audit  Audit vs Research  Doing it right and  Doing the right thing

7 Finally……… Thanks for listening Do you have any questions?

8 Presentation Designed by Lorraine Broadfoot-R&D Co-ordinator Aintree7 The R&D Department-How It Can Help ”Who is part of the Team"?  Rob Moots-R&D Director:  Neil Whalley-R&D Manager  Lorraine Broadfoot-R&D Co-ordinator  Paul Brown-Aintree Innovation Manager  Lucy Berresford-M&CCRN Cancer Trials Facilitator  Linda Kearns-Data Officer  Leigh Pauls – Haemotology SRN  Shirley Pringle-Head & Neck SRN

9 Why is R&D here? It began in Nov Government Task Force led by Prof. Anthony Culyer 2. Target: to examine NHS Research Nationwide 3. Plan: to implement an R&D infrastructure in Trusts, a) Create a single Research &Development Budget b) Develop criteria for coverage of this Budget c) Develop criteria and systems to access Budget d) Develop Principles for funding via the Budget e) Ensure Management is in place to Support these aims

10 R&D Funding Passage to Trusts The passage of funding has recently changed. With effect from 2008 – All eligible Research studies are now registered with the NIHR CRN (National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network). Their Central Office based in Leeds receives Government Research Funding which is disseminated to the regional hubs (CLRN’s) and allocated to Health organisations on a per study basis

11 What is our main remit for Aintree Trust’s Researchers?

12 What Practical Support do we provide for Researchers?

13 The next steps towards research study approval  You have your piece of research formulated and ready to go  Who do you need to apply to?  1. The Research Ethics Committee will need to have their IRAS R&D/Ethics application with a copy of your research protocol and CV’s for participants  2. The R&D Support Unit will also need to see copies of your Ethics submission, protocol, any study finance agreements, your data protection form and a completed/signed Site Specific Information Form

14 Finally……… Thanks for listening Do you have any questions?


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