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Report on NRR Return September 2004

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Report on NRR Return September 2004 ...

    North Yorkshire Alliance R&D Unit

    Report for R&D Committees on National Research

    Register Return September 2004

Since it began accepting research governance applications from all Alliance

    Trusts on 1st March 2004 the R&D Unit has made extensive efforts to capture

    all projects that began after 31st March 2003 or were running at that date.

    This report provides a summary analysis of these data.

Projects Reported to NRR

Table 1 and figure 1 show the total projects recorded in the latest National

    Research Register Submission.

    York Hospitals NHS Trust 211 Selby & York PCT 43 Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale PCT 9 Scarborough & NE Yorkshire Healthcare NHS Trust 37 Harrogate Healthcare NHS Trust 52 Craven, Harrogate & Rural District PCT 9

    Total 361

     Table 1: Projects Reported to NRR

    York Hospitals NHS Trust

    2%

    15%Selby & York PCT

    Scarborough, Whitby &

    Ryedale PCT10%

    Scarborough & NE

    2%Yorkshire Healthcare NHS59%Trust

    Harrogate Healthcare NHS

    12%Trust

    Craven, Harrogate & Rural

    District PCT

Figure 1: Projects Reported to NRR

    NRR Data September 2004 Page 1 of 70

Projects Ongoing As of 15 September 2004

Table 2 and figure 2 show the total projects recorded in the latest National

    Research Register Submission that were still running on 15/09/04.

    York Hospitals NHS Trust 109 Selby & York PCT 27 Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale PCT 8 Scarborough & NE Yorkshire Healthcare NHS Trust 27 Harrogate Healthcare NHS Trust 39 Craven, Harrogate & Rural District PCT 8

    Total 218

Table 2: Projects Ongoing As of 15 September 2004

    York Hospitals NHS

    Trust

    4%

    Selby & York PCT18%

    Scarborough, Whitby &

    Ryedale PCT

    50%Scarborough & NE12%Yorkshire Healthcare

    NHS Trust

    Harrogate Healthcare4%NHS Trust

    12%Craven, Harrogate &

    Rural District PCT

Figure 2: Projects Ongoing as of 25 September 2004

NRR Data September 2004 Page 2 of 70

When Projects Started

Table 3 shows the year the projects reported to the NRR started.

    Year Projects Started Total Reported to NRR Ongoing Projects 1997 1 1 1998 9 5 1999 12 6 2000 23 10 2001 22 10 2002 73 24 2003 97 58 2004 (To 17 September 2004) 127 104 2004 (Since Alliance Formed 1st April 2004) 90 82

Table 3: When Projects Started

Note that the NRR report only includes projects that were running at some

    point after 31st March 2003, so this is not a complete picture of all the projects

    running before 2003.

NRR Data September 2004 Page 3 of 70

NHS R&D Priorities and Needs Programmes

Table 4 and figure 4 show the total projects that have been included in an

    NHS R&D Priorities and Needs programme.

    Programme Total Humber & Yorkshire Coast Cancer Research Network 17 Maternal and Infant Research 8 Musculoskeletal Research 19 Psychological Therapies in Health Service Settings 1 Yorkshire Cancer Research Network 83 Elderly Care and Stroke 13 Coronary Heart Disease Clinical Research Network 19 Primary Care Approaches to the Identification, Treatment and Management of the Mental 1 Health Problems of Older People

    Assessment and Interventions for Long-Term Child Mental Health Problems 7 Total 168

Table 4: Total Projects Reported to NRR Included in NHS R&D Priorities and Needs Programme

    Assessment and Interventions for Long-Term Child Mental Health Problems

    Coronary Heart Disease Clinical ResearchNetwork3.3%

    0.3%Elderly Care and Stroke5.3%0.3%

    5.3%

    3.6%4.7%Maternal and Infant Research

    2.2%

    NP

    23.0%

    Yorkshire Cancer Research Network

    Humber & Yorkshire Coast Cancer ResearchNetwork

    52.1%

    Musculoskeletal Research

    Primary Care Approaches to theIdentification, Treatment and Managementof the Mental Health Problems of OlderPeoplePsychological Therapies in Health ServiceSettings

     Figure 4: Total Projects Reported to NRR Included in NHS R&D Priorities and Needs Programme

    Table 5 and figure 5 show the ongoing projects that have been included in an

    NHS R&D Priorities and Needs programme.

    NRR Data September 2004 Page 4 of 70

    Assessment and Interventions for Long-Term Child Mental Health Problems 4 Coronary Heart Disease Clinical Research Network 11 Elderly Care and Stroke 11 Maternal and Infant Research 6 NP 101 Yorkshire Cancer Research Network 61 Humber & Yorkshire Coast Cancer Research Network 12 Musculoskeletal Research 11 Primary Care Approaches to the Identification, Treatment and Management of 0 the Mental Health Problems of Older People

    Psychological Therapies in Health Service Settings 1 Total 218

     Table 5: Ongoing Projects Reported to NRR Included in NHS R&D Priorities and Needs Programme

    Assessment and Interventions for Long-TermChild Mental Health Problems

    Coronary Heart Disease Clinical Research Network0.5%

    0.0%Elderly Care and Stroke5.0%1.8%5.0%5.5%5.0%Maternal and Infant Research2.8%

    NP

    Yorkshire Cancer Research Network28.0%

    Humber & Yorkshire Coast Cancer ResearchNetwork

    Musculoskeletal Research

    46.3%

    Primary Care Approaches to the Identification,Treatment and Management of the Mental HealthProblems of Older People

    Psychological Therapies in Health Service Settings

Figure 5: Ongoing Projects Reported to NRR Included in NHS R&D Priorities and Needs Programme

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Projects Not Reported on NRR

The following table shows projects known to the R&D Unit that were not

    recorded in the September NRR return. These are either recent applications

    that are in the approval process or existing projects for which additional

    information is being sought to enable us to meet mandatory NRR

    requirements.

    Reason Excluded from NRR Total

    Recent Applications in Approval Process 62

    Existing (pre-Alliance) projects for which 42

    additional information required

    Incomplete applications (applicants asked to 18

    complete in full)

    Total 123

NRR Data September 2004 Page 6 of 70

Projects Reported on National Research Register

    Projects Beginning With a Number (for example 00/01/007) were recorded in York Hospitals NHS Trust, or Selby and York PCT before the Alliance was formed.

All other projects begin with a code to represent the trust where the research is taking place followed by a unique number. For

    example YOR-A0024 represents a project from York Hospitals NHS Trust (Acute). The trust codes are as follows:

YOR-A = York Hospitals NHS Trust

    SYO-P = Selby and York Primary Care Trust

    HHC-A = Harrogate Healthcare NHS Trust

    CHR-P = Craven, Harrogate & Rural District Primary Care Trust

    SNE-A = Scarborough and North East Yorkshire NHS Trust

    SWR-P = Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale PCT

If the unique number is prefixed with a P, this indicates that the project began before the formation of the Alliance (for example

    SNE-A-P021).

    NRR Data September 2004 Page 7 of 70

    Reference Project Title Programme Start End Date Lead Research Title Surname Forename Funding

    Date Centre Name Organisation 00/01/007 Randomized comparison of Yorkshire 18/01/00 17/01/05 Royal Marsden Dr Howard Martin Medical

    chlorambucil, fludarabine and Cancer Hospital Research Council

    fludarabine plus Research

    cyclophosphamide in adults with Network

    chronic lymphocytic leukaemia

    (CLL 4)

    00/03/004 Randomized controlled trial of the NP 03/04/00 02/04/03 University of Prof McAvoy Brian Northern and

    effectiveness and cost-Newcastle Yorkshire NHS

    effectiveness of nurse-led Executive

    screening and brief alcohol

    interventions (SBI) in primary

    health care

    00/03/010 Melanoma follow-up study Yorkshire 04/04/00 31/12/08 St James's Dr Highet Allan Imperial Cancer

    Cancer University Research Fund

    Research Hospital

    Network

    00/03/013 Phase III trial comparing CHOP to Yorkshire 08/08/00 07/08/03 St. George's Dr Howard Martin British National

    PMitCEBO in good-risk patients Cancer Hospital, Lymphoma

    with histologically aggressive non-Research London Investigation

    Hodgkin’s lymphoma Network

    00/04/002 Nested case-control study of late-Yorkshire 02/06/00 01/06/03 Leeds Teaching Dr Highet Allan Imperial Cancer

    relapsing melanoma Cancer Hospitals NHS Research Fund

    Research Trust

    Network

    NRR Data September 2004 Page 8 of 70

    Reference Project Title Programme Start End Date Lead Research Title Surname Forename Funding

    Date Centre Name Organisation 00/04/005 A comparative research study on NP 01/08/00 31/07/03 Brunel Ms Cox Katherine Brunel University

    the effects of urban and rural University

    living on the subjectivities of men

    who identify as gay and HIV

    positive

    00/06/003 A multi-method evaluation of the NP 27/07/00 26/07/03 Kings College Prof While Alison MS Society of

    Multiple Sclerosis Society-funded London Great Britain and

    nurse posts: a national study Northern Ireland 00/06/008 Genetic risk of acute coronary Coronary Heart 27/07/00 26/07/03 The British Prof Hall Alistair British Heart

    events: a multi-locus evaluation of Disease Clinical Heart Research Foundation

    candidate genes in patients with Research Centre at Leeds

    myocardial infarction or stable Network

    coronary artery disease using the

    sibship disequilibrium test

    (GRACE)

    00/06/012 Role of glutamate receptors in NP 01/09/00 31/08/03 Dr Howard Martin British Heart

    megakaryocytopoiesis Foundation 00/07/004 Multi-centre prospective Yorkshire 29/08/00 28/02/07 Worthing and Mr Stower Mike British

    randomized study of the value of Cancer Southlands Association of

    a single dose of intravesical Research Hospitals NHS Urological

    mitomycin in preventing the Network Trust Surgeons

    development of bladder tumours

    following nephroureterectomy for

    transitional cell carcinoma of the

    upper urinary tract (ODMIT-C)

    NRR Data September 2004 Page 9 of 70

    Reference Project Title Programme Start End Date Lead Research Title Surname Forename Funding

    Date Centre Name Organisation 00/07/006 Yorkshire specialist register of Yorkshire 29/11/00 28/11/03 University of Dr McKinney Patricia Candlelighter’s

    cancer in children and young Cancer Leeds Trust

    people 2000 Research

    Network

    00/07/012 A national population-based study Yorkshire 29/11/00 28/11/03 Institute of Prof Peto Julian Cancer Research

    of treatment effect and endocrine, Cancer Cancer Campaign

    genetic and cellular risk factors for Research Research,

    contralateral primary breast Network Surrey

    cancer in women in Britain

    00/07/015 Comparing treatment approaches Assessment and 01/01/01 31/08/03 Selby & York Dr Wright Barry PPP Healthcare

    for children with chronic fatigue Interventions for PCT Medical Trust

    syndrome: a feasibility study Long-Term Child

    Mental Health

    Problems

    00/09/002 An investigation into exposure of NP 29/11/00 28/11/04 Derriford Dr Clarke Andrew Department of

    the population of Devon and Hospital and Health

    Cornwall to the bovine spongiform Plymouth

    encephalopathy (BSE) agent Postgraduate

    between 1985 and 1998 Medical School

    00/09/003 Randomized trial of hormone Yorkshire 29/11/00 28/11/04 Medical Mr Stower Mike Medical

    therapy plus radical radiotherapy Cancer Research Research Council

    vs hormone therapy alone in non-Research Council

    metastatic prostate cancer (PR07) Network

    00/09/005 Randomized trial of MCD vs FMD Yorkshire 30/11/00 29/11/04 Derriford Dr Howard Martin Central and

    in untreated advanced follicular Cancer Hospital, Southern

    lymphoma Research Plymouth Lymphoma

    Network Group NRR Data September 2004 Page 10 of 70

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