The Norwich Clinical Trials Unit (NCTU) is a leading academic clinical trials unit (CTU) that supports health and social care research from grant development through to publication.
We are a fully registered UKCRC CTU demonstrating our experience in leading the design, coordination and the analysis of multi-centred randomised controlled trials and other well-designed studies.
We work with industry, researchers and clinicians across the UK to design and deliver high-quality studies that aim to improve patient care and advance medical knowledge.
We have a team of experienced and qualified staff with expertise in all aspects of clinical trials, including:
- Trial design and planning
- Trial management
- Data management
- Qualitative Research and Process Evaluation
- Health Economic Analysis
- Statistical analysis
- Quality Assurance
What we do
As a unit, we have a particularly diverse range of studies which include;
• Clinical Trials of Investigational Medicinal Products
• Clinical Investigations of Medical Devices
• Social Care and Public Health Research
• Behavioural Interventions
• Mental Health and Clinical Psychology
• Observational studies
• Qualitative research
What is UK CRC Registration?
Units awarded UKCRC Registration are required to provide evidence to an international panel of experts of their capability to centrally coordinate multi-centre clinical trials (i.e. having overall responsibility for the design, development, recruitment, data management, publicity and analysis of a portfolio of trials), and that they have established robust systems to ensure conduct and delivery of clinical trials to the highest quality standards.
More information on the UKCRC CTU Network and unit registration can be found at UKCRC Registered Clinical Trials Units Network
Norwich CTU holds full UKCRC Registration (51)