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A randomised controlled trial of contrast enhanced colonoscopy in the reduction of right sided bowel cancer.


Development of a core outcome set for interventions to enhance proxy decisions about research on behalf of adults who lack capacity to consent.


Deciding about research for others: a feasibility study and effectiveness trial of a novel decision support intervention for consultees and legal representatives of adults lacking capacity to consent.


The COPELIA trial is testing whether two new tablet medications delay progression of endometrial cancer more than chemotherapy alone.


This trial looked at whether it was useful for people with cancer of the back passage (rectal cancer) to have chemotherapy before surgery.


CORINTH is a trial for patients with advanced (stage 3 and 4) anal cancer.


Developing a core outcome set for the evaluation of interventions to prevent COVID-19 in care homes.

COVID Health and help seeking behaviour study

COVID Health and help seeking behaviour study is a large-scale study to measure cancer attitudes and behaviours in adults aged 18+ across the UK.


CREAM was a double blind, randomised controlled trial to assess whether children with eczema benefitted from antibiotic treatment and was based in general practices and dermatology clinics in Wales, Scotland, and the West of England.


Family members’ experiences of informed consent and proxy decision making for research involving adults lacking capacity.