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    clinical trials thereby enabling them to access potentially superior new treatments before they are available through routine services For the more information on the entire research infrastructure please see www research hscni net 1 Enabling Researchers and Users of Research HSC R D Division HSC R D promotes coordinates and facilitates the conduct of R D by both HSC and non HSC organisations across the academic voluntary and commercial sectors We are committed to ensuring that the research governance process within the HSC is as efficient as possible We are also committed to ensuring that researchers and users of research have access to the latest and most relevant information relating to research in health and social care in Northern Ireland including an understanding of the research landscape For further information please contact HSC R D Division at HSC Research Development Division Public Health Agency 12 22 Linenhall Street BELFAST BT2 8BS Tel 028 9536 3490 Email enquiry rdpha hscni net 3 http www research hscni net contact point researchers 4 HSC R D is also involved in running events related to research as well as promoting relevant events run by others For information on relevant event please see http www research hscni net events 5 Personal and Public Involvement PPI HSC R D is committed to ensuring that there is personal and public involvement PPI in HSC R D This means involving you If you are a service user carer or member of the public who would like to be involved in research the following links provide more information about our Personal and Public Involvement PPI strategy and ways in which you could become involved in the work of HSC R D Division For further information please see http www research hscni net personal and public involvement research 6 or

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  • News | HSC Public Health Agency
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  • News | HSC Public Health Agency
    future applying therapy research to practice 26 01 2012 Public support for pharmacy prescribing in Northern Ireland 03 04 2012 New opportunities for Northern Ireland based researchers 05 07 2012 Improving health and social care through research 13 08 2012 1 2 3 next last Print Facebook Twitter HSC Research and Development About us News Publications Ok to ask campaign Useful links Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts

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  • Raising awareness of planning for pregnancy on World Diabetes Day | HSC Public Health Agency
    pregnancy the resource has an evidence based e learning component aimed at all healthcare professionals who care for women with diabetes GPs pharmacists practice nurses etc The resource offers a unique opportunity to educate women and healthcare professionals on the importance of planning for pregnancy and also provides a direct link to local pre pregnancy care clinics in Northern Ireland for those who are actively seeking to plan for pregnancy The project was preceded by a DVD Women with Diabetes Things you need to know but maybe don t funded by Diabetes UK in 2010 Women who viewed the DVD resource were more likely to plan for pregnancy and to take folic acid This online website adaption www womenwithdiabetes net aims to reach a larger audience of both women with diabetes and the healthcare professionals who care for them and was supported by a Knowledge Transfer Award from the HSC R D Division of the Public Health Agency Dr Valerie Holmes Senior Lecturer at the School of Medicine Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences Queen s University Belfast who led the study said It is important that women with diabetes are aware of the importance of planning their pregnancy Almost all women with diabetes can have healthy babies if good pre pregnancy blood glucose control is achieved Similarly it is important that healthcare professionals have a better understanding of the risks to women with diabetes during pregnancy and be able to relay that information to their patients Dr Aisling Gough Women with Diabetes Champion added World Diabetes Day is a global opportunity to raise awareness and improve education about the importance of planning for pregnancy By ensuring women with diabetes are aware of the risks of not planning for pregnancy we can work together with women and healthcare professionals to reduce the

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  • How to secure NIHR grant funding | HSC Public Health Agency
    and delivering successful applications The meeting should be attended by researchers who are likely to lead proposals to NETSCC research programmes in the next 2 3 years ie have a clear track record in the delivery of high quality research and ideally have a research idea in development Places will be limited and so we recommend that you register an expression of interest as soon as possible We plan to run the workshop in the Belfast area and at another location which will depend upon the level of interest expressed To register your interest please email Michael Cunningham at Michael cunningham hscni net If you would like to attend the workshop at a location outside Belfast please indicate your preferred location Proposed sessions are Programme Remit Getting it Right NETS Application Success Rates The Reality Hints and Tips on delivering success The Lifecycle of a Research Idea Shaping a Proposal Present your own Research Idea Please let us know if you have other ideas or suggestions Further details will follow To view the PDF click the file below Downloads Preview Attachment Size NETSCC workshop pdf 154 06 KB Print Facebook Twitter Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations

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  • Enabling Research Awards Scheme - deadline extended | HSC Public Health Agency
    after this date until further notice It is anticipated that the scheme will re open in early 2015 and further details will be issued in due course Print Facebook Twitter Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts Links Contact Legal information Freedom of Information Cookies Privacy Policy Terms of use and disclaimer Our websites www aaascreening info www becancerawareni info www breastfedbabies org www cancerscreening hscni net

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  • HSC R&D Division’s draft strategy consultation launched | HSC Public Health Agency
    open until 5pm on Friday 02 January 2015 Research and development in health and social care is always important However it is particularly vital at this time of extreme financial pressures that the best possible evidence based and cost effective diagnoses treatments and services are developed for service users and the public in Northern Ireland and beyond Northern Ireland has world leading researchers in health and social care who are in a position to deliver on this important agenda within a supportive policy environment We would encourage all those involved in this important area to respond to this consultation The draft strategy and response pro forma can be found on the Department of Health Social Services and Public Safety DHSSPS website here Following the consultation the DHSSPS will make a decision on the way forward taking into consideration the responses received For more information about the consultation please contact Dr Janice Bailie Assistant Director HSC R D Division Public Health Agency Tel 028 9536 3490 or Email janice bailie hscni net Print Facebook Twitter Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts Links Contact Legal information Freedom of Information Cookies Privacy Policy Terms of use and disclaimer Our

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  • New campaign highlights it’s ‘OK to ask’ | HSC Public Health Agency
    together health and social care professionals academics industry voluntary organisations patients and members of the public The work they undertake not only seeks to provide evidence on the best outcomes for patients but also attracts major funding and economic investment into Northern Ireland It is essential that clinical trials and other forms of research are undertaken to question whether there may be better safer and more effective ways of doing things within healthcare than how things are currently being done Currently more than 1 in 5 patients diagnosed with cancer in Northern Ireland participate in clinical trials and between April 2008 and September 2013 some 6 400 people took part For other disease areas over 25 000 people have had the opportunity to participate in trials locally However more participants are needed every day and through this campaign we hope to increase this number Supporting the launch Professor Bernie Hannigan Director of HSC Research and Development and Chief Scientific Advisor to the Department of Health said The willingness of people to take part in clinical research allows new diagnostics medicines or healthcare practices to be tested This is essential for progress to be made towards more effective and safer healthcare On International Clinical Trials Day we acknowledge and commend everybody who takes part in a clinical trial and hope to encourage others to do so too Chief Medical Officer Dr Michael McBride who attended the launch commented Clinical Trials are crucial to the development of a range of new treatments Participating in clinical trials can benefit individual patients and contribute to improving the future treatment of others Partnerships between patients and healthcare practitioners are essential for high quality research which translates into better and more effective treatment and care Further information For more on the campaign go to http bit

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