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  • stevenjulious

    DTS New Director

    Professor Steven Julious will be taking over as the DTS Section Director from the 1st August 2018.

    Read his message here.

  • Meridian

    The Meridian team have had a series of 3 papers published in the December issue of the Journal of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

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    Alleviating Specific Phobias Experienced by Children Trial (ASPECT) study is looking at the use of a promising alternative to CBT for use in treating children with phobias, called One Session Treatment (OST).

    Read more to find out.

  • Multiple Symptoms Study 3

    Multiple Symptoms Study 3: pragmatic trial of a community based clinic for patients with persistent (medically unexplained) physical symptoms

    CTRU and ScHARR staff have been awarded a 3.5 year grant from the NIHR (National Institute for Health Research) Health Services and Delivery Research programme

  • dataobservaory

    The Data Observatory Study

    The Data Observatory Study

    For an update on the Data Observatory Study please read further.

  • asticlite

    ASTIClite: Autologous Stem Cell Transplantation In refractory Crohn's disease

    ASTIClite: Autologous Stem cell Transplantation In refractory Crohn's disease - Low Intensity Therapy Evaluation

  • commend

    COMMEND - A feasibility study and RCT of acceptance and commitment therapy for people with Motor Neurone Disease

    COMMEND - A feasibility study and RCT of acceptance and commitment therapy for people with motor neurone disease

  • New Faculty of MDH Director of Research and Innovation

    New Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Director for Research and Innovation

  • acestaff

    Adaptive Designs Consort Extension Update

    Adaptive Designs CONSORT Extension Project - Update

  • sctgroup

    DTS attend joint Society for Clinical Trials (SCT)/ International Clinical Trials Methodology Conference

    There was a large turn out for the DTS joint Society for Clinical Trials (SCT) / International Clinical Trials Methodology Conference (ICTMC) in Liverpool this year.

    You can read more about the presentations here.

  • Other news

    The CTRU have been awarded a grant of £9,853 of NIHR Clinical Trials Unit Support Funding to undertake the Outcome Measures for Emergency Care after a Seizure (OMECS) project.

    The ScHARR Research Stimulation Prize was awarded to Rebecca Gossage-Worrall entitled 'Exploring use of housing interventions to help transform and sustain healthcare services. The aim is to explore opportunities for housing related research collaboration, as part of Nottinghamshire Councils' Sustainability and Transformation Plan, to improve health and healthcare services. Awarded £988.00.

  • randr

    Recruitment and retention to randomised controlled trials

    Read more on the recruitment and retention to randomised controlled trials.

  • jtd

    Trial update on Journey through Dementia (JtD)

    Read more on the update from JtD.

  • ctru

    Success for Sheffield's CTRU

    Sheffield CTRU has been successful in it's application for renewal of it's UKCRC CTU (Clinical Research Collaboration Clinical Trials Unit) registration status. The UKCRC CTU Registration International Review Committee has awarded Sheffield CTRU Full Registration. The review committee noted that the unit had presented a well constructed and considered application which provided clear evidence of operational experience in the design and delivery of large scale multicentre clinical trials. Overall, the committee concluded a strong application had been presented which met the criteria for Full Registration.

  • Aquatic therapy for children with Duchenne muscular dystrophy: a pilot feasibility randomised controlled trial and mixed-methods process evaluation

    The results of a pilot randomised controlled trial to see if it feasible for a full-scale trial of aquatic therapy in boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Health Technology Assessment (HTA) programme, and supported by staff in DTS and ScHARR has recently been published online in the NIHR HTA Journal.