National Institute of Health Research

Resources for researchers

We have a number of resources available to support researchers at every stage of their work. Whether you are applying for funding, have a project in progress, or are entering the editorial stage of your research, you should find everything you need in this section to help you.

If you can't find what you're looking for, you may find our FAQs useful, and we also have a bank of useful links bookmarks.

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Resources for applicants

The NIHR manages a range of cross-cutting initiatives to help support you to deliver first class research that results in high-quality care for patients and the public.


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Managing my project

Throughout your NETS project, we are here to offer on-going help and support to ensure that it progresses as quickly and smoothly as possible.


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Clinical Trials Toolkit

The Clinical Trials Toolkit is an innovative website designed to help researchers navigate through the complex landscape of setting up and managing clinical trials.


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NIHR Randomised Trials Coordination

NIHR Randomised Trials Coordination provides a level of awareness and focus for NIHR trials activity.


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NIHR supported Clinical Trials Units

CTUs can provide expertise and advice throughout the research process, from initial idea development through to project delivery and reporting.



Systematic Reviews

Systematic reviews identify, evaluate, combine and summarise the findings of all relevant individual studies, to provide decision makers with the best possible information.


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NIHR initiatives

As well as supporting important research, the NIHR is involved with other initiatives.



NIHR Journals Library

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Complete our online web form to make a research suggestion to our programmes.

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