Recruiting to RSTN Committee now!

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The RSTN Committee is looking for enthusiastic and hard working trainees who would like to learn more about clinical trials and contribute to running the RSTN. A big thank you to Emma Reay, Paul Malone, and Richard Kwasnicki for their hard … Read More

iBRA newsletter

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iBRA is going very well. Over 1600 patients have been recruited from 70 centres. Below is a link to the latest newsletter. There are details about how to avoid missing data and information on citing your contribution to the project. … Read More

Technology in Collaborative Research

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There are a lack of multi-centre studies within surgery that research collaboratives are trying to address. Collaboratives use technology to help network, engage, communicate and share events. A subset of the collaborators from the RSTN’s optiFLAPP project prepared work about … Read More

Are you feeling collaborative?

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The RSTN year got off to a great start. A number of new projects are starting out on the road to becoming RCTs; established projects continue to flourish. The WIRE and optiFLAPP are recruiting collaborators and we have two new … Read More

Oxford-UCB Prize Fellowship in Biomedical Research

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From naturejobs.com: Oxford-UCB Prize Fellowship in Biomedical Research Medical Sciences Division Grade: E64 from £31,301 – £50,167 or Grade 7 from £30,434 – £37,394, with a discretionary range to £40,847 per annum (fixed term for three years) We are currently … Read More

Perioperative Clinical Research

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This is a joint meeting between the NIAA and RCS. The first meeting early in 2014 was excellent. The RSTN is now working with the anaesthetic trainee collaboratives on a perioperative fluid audit in patients undergoing microvascular breast reconstruction. Sessions … Read More