As we slowly emerge from its worst effects, the impact the Covid pandemic had on health research becomes clearer. The intense research activity highlighted issues of concern in research methodologies, data sharing and publication practices and also showed that PPI was not yet embedded in the system. However, it also demonstrated the indisputable importance of […]
Our 2022 Position Paper is all about data and its importance to health research. The themes contained within are a priority for our member charities and have also been guided by the outcomes of the Irish Health Research Forum events, which HRCI runs. The Paper lays out three recommendations for politicians and policy makers and […]
In July 2021, HRCI completed a submission on a new National Research and Innovation Strategy. Among other things, our submission focuses on the importance of research and innovation in addressing societal needs, the need to value to the role of health research charities and to engage and involve the public in research. About the consultation […]
On January 28th we launched our 2021 position paper: Renewal through health research.
It lays out a series of critical health research actions to help create a post-Covid Ireland where healthcare is world-class and based on evidence.
It calls for:
Increased support for clinical research
Development of a national genomics strategy
PPI integrated into health research policy
Thank you to all HRCI members whose views and experiences have helped shaped the recommendations within and to our many supportive collaborators.
We welcome you using it and sharing it, to help achieve our common goals.
[accordionmenu id=”uniqueba38695″ accordionmenu=”732″] Our Latest Report, and the first under the banner of the Health Research Charities Ireland. Click to view it on screen or download it.