Most of our team are working remotely during the pandemic. To find out more about our COVID-19 research please click here
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.
BOSTIC 2020 We are sorry to have had to postpone BOSTIC this year. We hope to run it in Bristol in 2021.
The Centre works closely with the NIHR Bristol Biomedical Research Centre, the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Bristol Trials Centre, and the MRC Trials Methodology Research Partnership. The Centre builds on previous work undertaken by the MRC Network of Hubs for Trials Methodology Research ConDuCT-II Hub.
- To design, develop and deliver trials and prospective studies in surgery in collaboration with regional and national centres in all surgical specialties.
- To provide a training programme comprising short courses and workshops in surgical trials methodology for trainees and consultants and to increase the capacity for trials through career development of surgeons.
- To provide specialist expertise for ‘difficult or complex’ trials due to issues with recruitment, outcome assessment or other methodological challenges.
- Promotion for CSR team member 20 November 2020
- BJS editorial published on Covid-19 and surgical ethics 23 October 2020
- Grant success for Jonathan Ives 23 October 2020