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

Project Information

This page contains brief summaries of projects, and information about local and regional projects looking for participants. Please click on the bold titles of the projects to find out more:
Brief summary of Projects
Local projects looking for participants


Please search on this website for opportunites in Sheffield:

Regional projects currently looking for participants:

You can also find out about clinical and health research projects running nationwide via the be part of research website.

You can search for trials by condition, location or with keywords.


Public Involvement Opportunities

As well as opportunities to take part in research as a participant on a trial, there are also many opportunities to get involved in research as a public contributor.

You can find details of projects nationwide that are looking to involve members of the public on the People in Research website: 

The following project(s) at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals are also inviting public contributors to get involved:

"Investigating socioeconomic and geographical disparities in vascular surgery rates and outcomes in England."

This project will investigate how social and economic circumstances, geography and ethnicity influence the use of vascular services, and their effects on how long patients survive after surgery.

The team are wanting to involve patients, carers and members of the public with experience of various types of surgery (orthopaedic surgery, bowel surgery, cataract surgery, breast surgery, gynaecological surgery and prostate surgery amongst others).

No experience in research is needed to get involved, you just need a desire to help ensure equal access to surgery and improved outcomes for all patients!

Please see here for further information and details of how to get involved.

The deadline for applying to be involved is end June 2021 (or when sufficient interest is received).