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Supporter benefits
23 June 2015
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Supporter members are organisations operating in the medical research sector with an interest in the activities of AMRC and our members.
How can charities engage with a new government agenda
22 May 2015
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This is the agenda for the policy and public affairs workshop on 4 June 2015
Essential research management agenda
21 May 2015
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This is the agenda for the workshop on 15 July
2015 Peer Review Audit Committee - Terms of Reference
6 May 2015
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This document outlines the roles and responsibilities of the 2015 Peer Review Audit Committee.
AMRC response to the Health Research Authority's draft UK policy framework for health and social care research
30 April 2015
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We responded to the HRA's draft UK policy framework for health and social care research that sets out high-level principles and responsibilities, applicable in all health and social care research, that underpin high-quality ethical research.
AMRC's response to the Nurse Review of Research Councils
24 April 2015
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We responded to Sir Paul Nurse's review of Research Councils that aims to explore how they can support research most effectively.
Understanding research using animals and the alternatives
20 March 2015
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On 20th January 2015, AMRC co-hosted a meeting on understanding animal research at the European Parliament in Brussels. This report summarises the key messages from the meeting.
Investing Towards 2025: Working together for patients and growth
10 March 2015
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Annual dinner with Professor Sir Hugh Pelham, Mr David Willetts MP, Dr Jeremy Farrar and Ms Kate Bingham
Joint Briefing on Medical Innovation Bill, House of Commons Second Reading – 27 February 2015
5 March 2015
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The Medical Innovation Bill is scheduled for its second reading in the House of Commons on 27th February 2015. We have supported a joint statement voicing our concerns over the rationale behind the bill, as well as the potential, unintended, negative consequences for both patients and innovation in the NHS.
Joint statement supporting European Directive 2010/63/EU on the protection of animals used for scientific purposes
4 March 2015
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AMRC have signed a joint statement calling on the European Parliament and Commission to oppose the ‘Stop Vivisection’ Citizens’ initiative that is seeking to repeal the Directive and ban animal research.