Our Research

Research & Development

Research is a core part of the work the NHS carries out. Our Research and Development team is working hard to raise the profile of the clinical research trials we run throughout our hospitals and our Board has approved a five-year research and development strategy to increase our trial portfolio.

The trials we assist with provide our patients with the chance to receive the latest treatments that would not otherwise be available to them.

This commitment to stay abreast of the latest treatments enables us to provide the highest quality of care for our patients.

A wide range of research trials are running across the whole of the Trust at any one time, with the main areas of activity taking place in oncology, cardiology, stroke, surgery, dementia, paediatrics and neurodegenerative diseases.  

These trials range from observational trials to interventional and medicinal trials. 

Email the team at: nwangliaft.rddepartment@nhs.net or call us on 01733 677919.

If you would like to access the PID reports then please click here.

For more information about how we use patient information in research, please click here

Hinchingbrooke Hospital leads and contributes to world class research to help understand diseases better and develop new treatments for the benefit of patients and the NHS.

Our research gives patients the opportunity to take part in the latest care, offering the most up to date treatment (not always available within the NHS standard care):

  • Oncology (cancer)

  • Ophthalmology (eye)

  • Women's health

  • Muscular skeletal

  • Ear, nose, throat (ENT) 

  • Diabetes 

  • Renal

  • Surgical

 Patients taking part in our research can expect:

  • specialist equipment or testing

  • One to one care from our team  

Contact us:

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm (some studies run outside of office hours)

For more information on clinical trials:

www.ukctg.nihr.ac.uk

For more information about how we use patient information in research, please click here