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Applications to access CRIS and the analyses carried out using CRIS are closely reviewed, monitored and audited by a CRIS Oversight Committee, which carries representation from Caldicott Guardian and is chaired by a service user. The CRIS Oversight Committee is responsible for ensuring all research applications comply with ethical and legal guidelines.

CRIS was developed with extensive service user involvement and adheres to strict governance frameworks managed by service users. It has passed a robust ethics approval process acutely attentive to the use of patient data. The data is used in an entirely anonymised and data-secure format and all patients have the choice to opt-out of their anonymised data being used.

We believe CRIS can make a real and positive difference to future treatments and care. For more information about CRIS visit the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre website.

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Further opportunities

Consent for Contact

We are looking for people interested in taking part in research that contributes to better health for people with mental health related problems.

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NIHR BioResource

Data collected from this research forms a valuable resource that can support research across the different centres.

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Other Research Opportunities

There are may external research opportunities supported by our partners, that you can take part in.

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Service user research ambassadors

Our goal is for everyone who uses the Trust’s services to get the chance to take part in research.

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