UKCCRF: who we are…

The UK Critical Care Research Forum (UKCCRF) was established in 2008 and is open to all who are interested in undertaking research in critical and emergency care in the UK. The main objective of the UKCCRF is to advance the field of critical care research and enhance patient outcome and care, translating knowledge into practice.

The forum meets annually to: share and critically review new study proposals; to share updates on the progress of ongoing studies; and to discuss research methodologies.

This is a two-day event organised by a different host each year with support from a committee of consultants, nurses, allied health care professionals and researchers in critical care and emergency medicine.

 

 

 

UKCCRF previous and future hosts

2017 - Julian Bion, Birmingham

2016 - Stephen Wright, Newcastle

2015 - Paul Dark, Manchester

2014 - Matt Wise, Cardiff

2013 - Marius Terblanche, London

2012 - Danny McAuley, Belfast

2011 - Tim Walsh, Edinburgh

2010 - Rupert Pearse, London

2009 - Fang Gao, Warwick

2008 - Brian Cuthbertson, Edinburgh

UKCCRF 2016 Newcastle/Gateshead

Dates: Thursday 23 - Friday 24 June 2016

Venue: The Sage Conference Centre, Gateshead

Hosted by: Stephen Wright

Highlights for 2016

 

•       Over 20 new research study proposals

•       Experienced clinical trialists discuss the         challenges of international collaborations         in clinical trials

•       Masterclass on adaptive trial designs

•       Parallel sessions on Health Services                 Research and Experimental Medicine

•       New opportunities : Open Innovation and         Med Tech

•       New developments in research delivery

 

The 2016 event will be organised by Dawn Campbell, University of Edinburgh.

Please contact dawn.campbell@ed.ac.uk for further information.