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Overall responsibility for sponsorship at the Royal Cornwall Hospital.
Responsible for research governance throughout the life of the study from feasibility to archiving.
Responsible for nursing governance and performance.
Provides support to researchers through the research pathway, from grant application to dissemination of results.
Responsible for the management of Capacity and Capability review of research studies including contracts, costings and study set up.
Responsible for audit and reporting of the quality of research conduct.
Research Patient & Public Involvement & Engagement Lead for Royal Cornwall Hospital.
Contact email account for all Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust sponsored research.
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If you have a research idea that involves NHS staff or patients in Cornwall, your first step to making it a reality is to complete the QIdeas form.
The form is the gateway to the relevant experts to help you progress your idea into research.
This free service is available to ALL healthcare professional in Cornwall, including non-NHS organisations with projects eligible for NIHR funding.
It is brought to you by a team of experts from The Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust’s Clinical School in partnership with the University of Plymouth, Royal Cornwall Hospital RD&I Department, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust, South West Research Design Service (RDS) and the Cornwall Health Library Service.
Once you have completed and submitted your form, it will be directed to the appropriate teams, who will then contact you directly to discuss your idea and support your development.
The CI is the overall lead for a research project. They are responsible for the overall conduct of a research project.
UK Policy Framework for Health and Social Care Research
The person responsible for the conduct of the research at the research site. There will be a PI for each research site
Roles and responsibilities
The Associate PI Scheme is a 6 month in-work training opportunity, providing experience for healthcare professionals starting their research career. People who would not normally have the opportunity to take part in research in their role have the chance to experience what it means to work on and deliver a NIHR portfolio trial under the mentorship of a Local PI. Participating healthcare professionals receive formal recognition of engagement in NIHR Portfolio research studies through the certification of Associate PI status, endorsed by the NIHR and Royal Colleges.
Associate Principal Investigator (PI) Scheme
Each research study must have a sponsor. They will take overall responsibility for proportionate, effective arrangements being in place to set up, run and report a research project.
Roles and responsibilities
If you are interested in finding out more about getting involved in research please contact firstname.lastname@example.org