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The UCLH Joint Research Office (JRO) has written to UCLH and UCL researchers to provide further guidance on actions they need to take to plan for a possible no-deal Brexit.
The UCLH Joint Research Office has put together FAQs in relation to training on the research functionality of Epic, UCLH’s new Electronic Health Record System which goes live on 31 March 2019.
The BRC is calling on UCLH researchers to get involved in a new initiative to widen participation in research at UCLH and take research beyond the hospital walls and into the community.
Researchers can now apply to host a stall at UCLH’s massive open day to celebrate research and innovation on Thursday 4 July 2019.
The BRC’s Oral Health and Disease (OH&D) theme is inviting applications for funding to support translational research aligned to the theme’s research strategy, focused on project completion. The OH&D Theme has committed to deliver on four core macro-areas of experimental medicine (see below) as well as to expand the portfolio of experimental studies within the theme.
The UCLH/UCL Joint Research Office has reminded UCLH and UCL investigators of a series of urgent actions they need to take ahead of the launch of UCLH’s Electronic Health Record System – Epic – to ensure research activity isn’t negatively impacted at go-live on 31 March 2019. Principal Investigators on studies need to send their patient lists to uclh.randd@nhs.net by 26 January. Any queries can be sent to Pushpsen.joshi1@nhs.net.

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