Improving systems for research management and governance
Sally A McLure
Friday, February 26, 2010
The North East Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NEAS) is committed to the implementation of a number of nationally proposed initiatives following the introduction of the research strategy Best Research for Best Health (Department of Health, 2006). The ambitious strategy introduces several measures to improve the research environment and ensure that studies commence more efficiently. This article provides an overview of the national initiatives, i.e. the Research Passport Scheme and the National Institute for Health Research Coordinated System for gaining NHS Permissions. These initiatives aim to strengthen and streamline research management and governance across England, which NEAS are actively embracing.
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