Find out about how we can support and facilitate research within the University of Bath, and local primary and community health and social care organisations.
Bath and North East Somerset Swindon and Wiltshire Research Hub
We support all aspects of applied health research within the University of Bath and local primary and community care.
We offer free research support to local primary and community health and social care organisations, to help them deliver on their health research agenda.
Research Governance applies to organisations and individuals that have responsibilities for health and social care research.
All research that falls within the scope of the UK Policy Framework for Health and Social Care Research requires a sponsor. Find out more about sponsorship.
Understand the costs associated with NHS and HSC research and how we can help with attribution of these costs.
Before a research study can start in the NHS and Health and Social Care (HSC); it must be approved by the relevant bodies and health regulatory organisations.
People with experience of a health condition, service users and members of the public can help to improve health research by joining our Participate Network.
People with experience of a health condition, health service users and members of the public can improve health research by joining our Participate Network.
We can support researchers to involve patients, service user and the public in their research, through our Participate Network.
This guidance is for researchers who have a study that they would like to be considered for fast-track review by the HRA and REC.
This guidance relates to NHS Research Ethics Committee (REC) and NHS arrangements.
Guidance includes seeking consent and using patient data; information includes approved COVID-19 studies and how the HRA are working during the pandemic.
The NIHR CRN Portfolio Application Form (PAF) in IRAS will be removed from 4th November 2020 - find out how to apply for NIHR CRN support.
Find out how you can join the PRINCIPLE Trial - a nationwide clinical trial aiming to find COVID-19 treatments for the over 50s.
Today - 20th May 2020 - is International Clinical Trials Day.
A new amendment tool and amendment online submission portal has been introduced, which changes the way amendments are notified.
As part of the ongoing Research Systems programme of work to improve services for applicants.
NIHR ARC West have brought together researchers to support rapid evidence reviews and help inform local healthcare decision-making during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BSW Research Hub Manager oversees research within the Department for Health and research active primary and community care partner organisations.
The Research Governance Facilitator supports research governance activities for the Department for Health, BSW CCG and primary and community care partners.
The Business Support Officer supports the Research Hub Manager with the day-to-day Research Hub activities.