Hello! We are the NIHR BRC Mental Health Clinical Trial Portal, bringing you up to date information on clinical trials (both upcoming and currently recruiting participants) being run by the IoPPN and SLaM.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is funded through the Department of Health to improve the health and wealth of the nation through research.There are 11 NIHR Biomedical Research Centres (BRCs) which conduct translational research to transform scientific breakthroughs into life-saving treatments for patients. The NIHR Mental Health Biomedical Research Centre is located at Denmark Hill, London SE5 8AF.
As you can see from the menu bar, we provide you with up to date news from the world of clinical trials and upcoming local events. You can go to the Express Interest in Clinical Trials webpage to let us know what kind of trials you would like to let us notify you about via a personal email or text.
Details of currently recruiting clinical trials at the NIHR Mental Health BRC can be found on the Clinical Trials - Recruiting Now webpage and on the Trials Recruiting Online web page you will find listed clinical trials for which you can begin the recruitment process online from this website. For a quick introduction to what is involved in clinical trial participation check out our Clinical Trial Participation in Brief page and for more in depth information go to Clinical Trial Participation.
We are also eager to hear about your experiences of clinical trials and what you think about us – are we giving you what you want, do you have any suggestions of what else we could provide you with, etc. Just let us know via the Clinical Trials - Feedback or Contact Us webpages. You can even upload a photo if you want us to feature your experience of clinical trial involvement or participation on our Accounts of Clinical Trial Involvement webpage
Remember you don’t need to be a patient to participate in a clinical trial. Some trials recruit public, i.e. healthy participants for comparison purposes or when testing the safety of a clinical intervention. This portal is for EVERYONE!!!