Each of the studies below has opportunities for you to be involved, some of these studies are also open to participants.
Getting involved largely means helping with features of the research that are relevant to patients. This can include advising on how to design the study so that it is as easy as possible for patients to participate in it, helping to design patient information leaflets, and advising about the language to use (and not to use). As a study nears its conclusion you may be able to help assess the impact of the study on patients, and tell other people about the results.
You can register your interest in a particular aspect of a study by registering on the page and completing a simple form.
This trial aims to establish how Sacral Neuromodulation (SNM) works and how well it works. Patients who meet the current national criteria for SNM will be invited to participate in the trial.Read more
This study will see if using online questionnaires for capturing information during research is preferable to paper-based form filling.Read more
This study is looking to use technology to bring the power of MRI into the management of chronic conditions such as Crohn's disease.Read more
No other study has evaluated the benefits of a physical activity intervention specifically for patients with a stoma.Read more
A National Institute for Health Research funded trial to develop an evidence-based pathway for the treatment of chronic constipation in the NHS.Read more