How you can contribute
If you would like to get involved in Injuries and Emergencies research, click on the link below to view a list of studies that are open to patients. For more information about getting involved in clinical research you can visit our Patient and Public Involvement page.
The UK Clinical Trials Gateway provides easy to understand information about clinical research trials running in the UK and gives access to a large range of information about these trials. It is designed to enable you and your clinician to locate and contact trials of interest to you. Please follow the link to find out more.
If you are interested in becoming involved in Injuries and Emergiencies research as a researcher contact your local Specialty Group lead.
Current multi-centred studies under Injuries & Emergencies and open to new centres are listed in the table below.
|HALT-IT - Haemorrhage Alleviation with Tranexamic Acid || || |
|Open to New Sites |
|SWIFFT - Evaluating cast treatment versus surgical fixation on wrist function for wrist fractures of the scaphoid waist. || || |
|Open to New Sites|
|Trauma Coagulopathy and Massive Transfusion || ||ID:5637 ||Open to New Sites|
|PreFIT - Prevention of Fall Injury Trial || ||ID:10617 ||Open to New Sites|
|ProMISe - Protocolised Management in Sepsis || ||ID: 9820 ||Open to New Sites|
|WOLLF - Standard wound management versus negative pressure wound therapy in the treatment of adult patients with an open fracture of the lower limb || ||ID: 11783 ||Open to New Sites|
|SIFTI - Scientific Investigation of the Biological Pathways Following Thermal Injury in adults and children || ||ID: 13654 ||Open to New Sites|
|Meningitis Northwest - Epidemiology and outcomes in meningitis in the North of England || ||ID: 11179 ||Open to New Sites|
|CRASH -3 - Tranexamic Acid for the treatment of Significant Traumaic Brain Injury || ||ID: 12412 ||Open to New Sites|
|CRYOSTAT - Early Cryoprecipitate for Severe Trauma Haemorrhage Trial || ||ID: 12485 ||Open to New Sites|
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- Portfolio Studies
You can view studies currently open on the portfolio.
- Sheffield Emergency Care Forum
Sheffield Emergency Care Forum is a pioneering group representing Patients and the Public within cutting-edge research projects, in Sheffield and across the United Kingdom.
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