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Surgery Research call

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Applied Health Research in Surgery

In early 2012 the HS&DR Programme participated in the NIHR call for research on the evaluation of technology-driven implanted or implantable medical devices, surgical procedures or surgical services.

This call for research proposals was a key component of the NIHR’s response to recognition of the need for an increase in research-based evidence related to surgical productivity and to patient outcomes:

  • through supporting capacity building across a wide range of surgical disciplines and;
  • increasing the volume of high-quality research on the effectiveness, delivery and organisation of surgery and surgical services.
The application deadline for this call has now passed.

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