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The REMEDY team being presented with the CRN Award

REMEDY team eager to support more patients access research after regional award win

A team of researchers has set its sights on expanding its scope to support yet more patients access cutting-edge healthcare through research after recently winning a regional award. The Research in Emergency Medicine in Derby and Burton (REMEDY) team was one of three entries to this year's National Institute for Health and Care Research's (NIHR) East Midlands Clinical Research Network (CRN) Awards, and won the prize for Outstanding Achievement by a Team for their work in helping more than 3,500 patients enrol into clinical research since their formation in 2017.   

Marcus Bateman shortlisted for Rising Star Award at CRN East Midlands Research Awards 2024

A UHDB Physiotherapist has been recognised after helping to make a significant contribution to research into treating and rehabilitating patients with complex and often rare conditions affecting their joints, bones and muscles - known as musculoskeletal conditions.

Marcus Bateman, Consultant Physiotherapist based at Florence Nightingale Community Hospital and the Derby Shoulder Unit at Royal Derby Hospital, has been successfully shortlisted for the Rising Star Award at the upcoming CRN (Clinical Research Network) East Midlands Research Awards 2024, which recognises outstanding contributions to clinical research.

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