The Bristol Centre for Surgical Research is a multi-disciplinary collaboration aiming to transform patient care by increasing evidence-based surgery. The centre tackles key questions relevant to patients, clinicians and the NHS and is working to inspire and train a new generation of surgeons to undertake high quality research.
The Centre is funded by the University of Bristol and the Royal College of Surgeons of England. It also benefits from project grants from the National Institute for Health Research and Medical Research Council.
The Centre works closely with the Bristol Surgical Trials Centre and two UKCRN registered clinical trials units in Bristol, the Musculoskeletal Research Unit and the MRC ConDuCT-II Trials for Methodology Research Hub and it includes the Surgical Innovation theme of the NIHR Bristol Biomedical Research Centre.
- Patient and Public Involvement meeting held for ROMIO study 12 October 2017
- New appointment for Kerry Avery 22 September 2017
- IDEAL 2018 to be held in Bristol 19 September 2017
9th Annual Surgical Trainees’ Research, Audit and Quality Improvement Training
10 November 2017, 9.00 AM
Optimising recruitment into surgical RCTs: A focused workshop for surgeons
12 January 2018, 10.30 AM