Interventions for complex trauma & upcoming Research Prioritisation Day #INCiTEstudy

Posted on Friday 25 May 2018

For the last year CRD has joined with international collaborators at the University of Verona and partnered with MHARG, the University of Manchester and The Retreat Hospital in York to undertake an ambitious systematic review - INterventions for Complex Traumatic Events (INCiTE) - funded by NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme. This is the first review of its kind to attempt to synthesise data about the clinical effectiveness and acceptability of psychological and/or pharmacological treatments for people exposed to complex traumatic events.


CRD presents EPPPIC results

Posted on Monday 21 May 2018

Preliminary results of the Evaluating Progestogens for Prevention of Preterm Birth International Collaborative (EPPPIC) individual participant data meta-analysis were presented to collaborators at a dedicated meeting on May 15th, just prior to the 3rd European Spontaneous Preterm Birth Congress, in Edinburgh.


NIHR funded Systematic Review Training Fellowship

Posted on Tuesday 24 April 2018

We are seeking applications for an NIHR funded Systematic Review Training Fellowship. The Fellowship provides an opportunity to undertake an MSc in applied health research and learn about systematic review methods through supervised project work.


CRD research underpins international award

Posted on Tuesday 3 April 2018

CRD's Predicting Infectious Complications of Neutropenic sepsis In Children with Cancer (PICNICC) project was key to Dr Gabrielle Haeusler gaining the Australian Victoria State Premier's Award for Health Services Research.


Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Conference 2018

Posted on Thursday 22 March 2018

CRD researchers attended the recent RCPCH Conference in Glasgow to present findings from work on child health.


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