Clinical Research Office. A partnership between Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Sheffield

Operating Services,Critical Care and Anaesthesia (OSCCA)

Introduction

Research is the fifth pillar of the NHS and it is a priority for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The changes introduced by the formation of the National Institute for Health Research have provided the OSCCA directorate with an opportunity to embrace research, despite the lack of a University Based Department. As a result alternative mechanisms and collaborations have been employed. OSCCA has achieved prominence in several national studies and international studies, both in the national leadership positions and in supporting studies originating from other centres.

To view the Directorate's Research Strategy for 2015 -2018 please click here

Main Contacts

Please click on the images below to view the contact's profile, research interests and list of key publications
 
Prof Gary Mills
Research Lead 
Ian Wrench
Deputy Research Lead
John Andrzejowski
Lead Clinician for Neuroanaesthesia
Matt Wilson
Senior Lecturer in
Anaesthesia
Sumayer Sanghera
College Tutor
Matthew Wiles
Consultant Anaesthetist
Karen Kerr
Consultant General Anaesthetist
Dr George Eapen
Consultant
Neuroanaesthetist
& Neurointensivist

Latest News

 Ongoing and recently completed NIHR Portfolio Studies 

 OSCCA Publications in 2015 and 2016

 

 

SHARC (South Yorkshire Hospitals Audit and Research Collaboration)

http://www.sharcgroup.org.uk/

 

SHARC is a trainee led and trainee focussed group that aims to promote, improve and facilitate high quality audit, service evaluation and research.

We have a core group, members and an advisory board of consultants.

We aim to:

  • enhance the impact of trainee audit, service evaluation and research through completion of large-scale and meaningful projects
  • enable simultaneous delivery of audit and research in multiple trusts through a collaborative approach
  • facilitate efficient data collection, maintaining project momentum and enthusiasm
  • ensure equity for participation with proper recognition of all individuals' contribution
  • provide a chance to get involved in exciting team endeavours, to create new knowledge, change things for the better for our patients and maybe help to shape the future of our specialty

 

SHARC has a long term vision and aims to generate a continuing ethos of trainee delivered large scale projects. We are already laying the foundations to collaborate with national or international projects.