NHS Health Research Authority - Consultation

(Published to the use MY data site on 2019-06-21)

NHS Health Research Authority - Consultation - Transparency and openness in health and social care research

The NHS Health Research Authority (HRA) has launched a consultation on transparency and openness in health and social care research. The consultation aims to explore the HRA vision for research transparency, strategy, plans and proposals. Views are sought on the different options for improving transparency performance across the research system.

A series of consultation workshops are planned:

London: Tuesday 16 July

Manchester: Thursday 25 July

Cardiff: Wednesday 31 July

Belfast: TBC

Edinburgh: TBC

Full details of the consultation are here . Responses are being collected via a survey which is here. The consultation is open from Monday, 17 June to Friday, 6 September 2019.

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