Injuries and emergencies
The Injuries and Emergencies Specialty Group is
one of 23 Specialty Groups which provide national
networks of topic-specific expertise. These groups
are key to the success of the CCRN. They work at both
national and local levels to ensure the successful
delivery of research within their specialties. This
means ensuring that studies are delivered to target
and on time.
The remit of the Injuries and Emergencies Specialty Group is to support a national portfolio of structured research studies in the field of injuries and emergency care.
The purpose of the group is to:
- Provide an oversight of the NIHR UK portfolio of Injuries and Emergncies research
- Promote the benefits of research being adopted on to the UKCRN portfolio
- Work with interested research funders and professional organisations to help develop new portfolio studies.
- Increase the number of ageing studies recruiting to target and on time
- Raise awareness of the opportunities for NHS colleagues to contribute to research with support from CLRN/NHS R and D funding
- Engage with all active and potentially active Injuries and Emergency researchers in the UK regions through local leads (see below for your local contact).
The remit of the group includes:
The Injuries and Emergencies Specialty Group studies within the NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) Portfolio includes:
- Pre hospital Care
- Emergency and acute care
- Sports injuries
- Rehabilitation after injury
- Trauma orthopaedics
- Poisoning and self harm.
What we do
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