We deliver the opportunity to participate in research.

The job of the Research Office in Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust is co-ordinate research activity across our services, and work with researchers and sponsors of research to make sure our community can participate in well regulated, clinically useful, and ethically scrutinised research projects.

We support National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and other research activity involving our staff and our patients. The goal of this research is improve the services delivered in this community and across the NHS.

Click here for the Quarter 3 report: Performance in Initiating.

For the NIHR Q2 report 2017 click here. For the NIHR PID Q2 report 2017 click here.

A measure of success in choosing the right studies, and successfully promoting them, is how many people from the community choose to participate.

We’ve put together information and links to other sources to help explain what clinical research is and why it matters. For more information please see the sections below.

Research Support Policy is currently under reviewing pending ratification.

Contact the Research Office

The Research Office at Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust is the first point of contact for Clinical Research Networks, National Institute for Health Research, sponsors of research, researchers seeking to work in the trust, patient groups wanting more information on research, trust staff involved in research, regulatory and administrative work on clinical trials, as well as local promotion of specific trials and research in general.

The Research Office sits within Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust’s Quality directorate and is responsible to the trust’s Medical Director Dr John Omany.

Mary Cousins
Tel. 07584 186546

Diane Hammond
Tel. : 07769 726533

New address from 13th July 2017:

Farnham House,
Six Hills Way

If you need to write to us please use our postal address:

Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust Research Office
Unit 1a, Howard Court 
14 Tewin Road 
Welwyn Garden City