KING'S CLINICAL TRIALS UNIT

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Our mission at King’s Clinical Trials Unit is to assure excellence, efficiency and transparency in the design, conduct, analysis and reporting of clinical trials, for the benefit of patients and society.

KCTU is formed of collaborative academic and operational teams, supporting a portfolio of high-quality clinical trials. Centralised expertise streamlines delivery of the most complex aspects of trials.

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Congratulations to Dr Michael Robson and the PAVE-2 team for recruiting their first patient 🎉

#nephrology #haemodialysis #research

Happy to announce that we have made it to 50 patients now randomised for PROMISE 👏👏 A BIG well done to all team members across the UK for getting us to this stage.🎉🥳

Now, our end of June goal is to hit 65, let’s keep pushing through! #FMT @vtkronsten @DebbieShawcros1

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COLLABORATE WITH US

To collaborate with KCTU, a brief support request form must be submitted.

We strongly advise that researchers approach KCTU at the grant application stage, ideally 3-4 months in advance of the submission deadline to get the best possible input and consideration.

Requests for support are circulated to the relevant senior academic and operational staff for consideration, to ensure that the best possible match between the trial and the expert collaborator is achieved.

NIHR TRIALS

KING'S CLINICAL TRIALS UNIT

The King’s CTU has been awarded full CTU registration by the UKCRC

KING'S CLINICAL TRIALS UNIT

This unit receives National Institute for Health Research CTU Support Funding. This funding has been awarded to support the unit in developing and supporting NIHR trials.