Professor Kausik Chatterjee, consultant geriatrician and stroke physician at the Countess of Chester Hospital, tells us about the opportunities and challenges of being research-active in a rural hospital.
Dr Chris van Tulleken is an infectious diseases doctor, and one of the BBC’s leading science presenters, known for his work in Operation Ouch, 'Trust Me, I’m a Doctor', and 'The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs'.
After falling ill while undertaking her medical training, Dr Ruth Silverton experienced what it was like to be both doctor and patient. In this blog post, she talks us through her own unique path into the world of medicine.
As part of our week-long serieson the crucial role that clinical research plays in the NHS Simon Constable FRCP, chief executive, Warrington & Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust talks about the benefits of clinical research on district general hospitals.
As part of our week-long serieson the crucial role that clinical research plays in the NHS, Louise Shepherd CBE, chief executive, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital talks about how her hospital created a culture of research.
As part of our week-long serieson the crucial role that clinical research plays in the NHS, Dr Matthew Brookes, consultant gastroenterologist at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust talks about the transformational effect that clinical research has had on his career.