If you have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) – a high temperature, a new continuous cough, or a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of smell or taste (anosmia) – the advice is to stay at home for 10 days. All members of this household should remain at home for 14 days.

If you think you have symptoms, please do not attend your hospital appointment until you are advised it is safe to do so. Please contact us to rearrange your appointment, or to re-organise treatment and tests.

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Additional support for researchers during COVID-19

Prioritisation of COVID-19 clinical trials

There is a new prioritisation process to manage the set-up of new COVID-19 related research trials. You can find details of this process on the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) website.

To prioritise our clinical research resources to support Urgent Public Health COVID-19 research, we have established a COVID-19 Research Prioritisation Committee through Nottingham Health Science Partners. You will find full details of the Committee and the Expression of Interest form to submit your COVID-19 proposals in our COVID-19 document library.

New guidelines and protocols

Where needed locally, we will develop new guidelines and protocols for managing and amending clinical trials in the light of COVID-19 requirements. They will be published in our online document library.

Training

Training information for the delivery of Urgent Public Health COVID-19 trials at NUH is available in our Research Futures section of this website. 

Advice on your trial

Current research trials should be risk-assessed in the light of COVID-19 to ensure the safety of patients and staff. 

If you need help or support in managing your research trial during COVID-19 please contact a senior member of our Research Delivery Team:

Funding and grants

If you need advice and information about current research funding, grant applicatons or for research costs arising out of COVID-19 please email us.

Patient and Public Voice

We have established a COVID-19 Patient and Public Voice Taskforce to respond rapidly to requests from researchers for input and advice on COVID-19 research proposals. To request support for your trial, please email us.

Useful links

Health Research Authority advice on research during COVID-19 is available on the HRA website.

MHRA advice on CTIMPS and medical device studies during COVID-19 is available online.

University of Nottingham research updates.

Helping you to do clinical research in Nottingham

We are research

Highly skilled scientists and clinical researchers across all healthcare professions are essential for the discovery of new ways to advance treatments to improve the health of our patients.

We support all health and care professionals to be involved in clinical research in our hospitals and through our centres of excellence.

Dedicated support for research

Whether you want to develop your own research trial or work as part of an existing team of researchers, the NUH Research and Innovation Team ensures that you have access to dedicated expertise, facilities, staff and resources to deliver high quality clinical research. 

Innovation

By working with industry and commercial research partners, we can help you to take your innovation from initial idea to real-world testing and evaluation.

How we help your research

In these online pages you will find a range of useful information to help you to set up a new trial, manage an existing trial and deliver world-leading clinical research at NUH.

Documents and templates

You can read and download all of the current documents and templates for clinical research at NUH from our document library.