At the staff event held in June 2017, senior research nurses asked for a session to be arranged on Trial Management.

In this session Reuben Lewis interviews Kirsten Harvey. Kirsten was previously a research coordinator and is now a trial manager. In an interview format, they discuss what the job involves and there will be the opportunity for you to ask questions.

BY INVITATION ONLY 

The aim of this event is to share experience and celebrate the achievements you have made through networking. We will be discussing your achievements and sharing examples of how your effective networking has improved your work. 

Together we will learn more about how we can continue to innovate and improve.  

CRN North West London provides this course to the following:

  • Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust
  • Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Ealing Hospital NHS Trust
  • Imperial College Healthcare Trust
  • The North West London Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
  • The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • West London Mental Health NHS Trust
  • West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust

If the trust you are associated with is not listed above, this means that you are covered by a different CRN team and you will need to contact them in regards to training. 

If you have any queries about this course, please email crnnwlondon@nihr.ac.uk 

More information about our programme of GCP courses can be found on our website.

This workshop which has been designed to enable you to embed the core principles of valid informed consent into your daily practice and to provide a foundation upon which to build competence in the valid informed consent process in your own research setting. The course covers the ethical and legislative frameworks that underpin the research consent process, along with the principles and responsibilities of consent in clinical research, best practice and insight into the added protection required for vulnerable groups.

Expected learning outcomes:
Delegates will have a demonstrable understanding of the background and practical implications of the valid informed consent process, and the documentation which supports it. The course also sets out the roles and responsibilities of different individuals involved in the process, and the ethical and legal considerations that influence the practice of informed consent. Delegates will be able to acknowledge their personal and professional accountability when participating in the consent process, and will know where to go for further advice/support and how to develop and maintain competence in the valid informed consent process.

This course is for new staff at CRN North West London.

The course familiarises staff with the goals and core values of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and how the CRNs contribute to the development of a culture in the NHS which makes research a choice for patients.

NIHR Performance Management & High Level Objectives (HLOs), Patient, Public, Involvement & Engagement (PPIE) and Communications, and Workforce Development (WFD) are also explained.


To book onto a face to face Cancer Researchers Introductory Course you need an enrolment key to access the booking area.

To request the enrolment key click on the email address below: