Hello, I am designing a study looking at ways in which people who have atrial fibrillation (AF) manage their weight, and how we can improve services to support them. I am interested in this because there is growing evidence that people with AF who maintain a healthy body weight can improve their symptoms and even … Read more
Current Listings for Patients Active in Research
We want to encourage patients, carers and the public to get involved with research, from planning what to do to how it is done, what happens to the results and all the steps in between. This helps ensure that medical research focuses on what matters to patients and is carried out in ways that are acceptable to them. Below is a current list of opportunities for patients, carers and members of the public to be actively involved in research at the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre. You can also sign up for a weekly email bulletin of new opportunities as they arise. The Oxford Blood Group encourages patients and members of the public to be involved with the Haematology and Stem Cells theme.
We are looking for individuals aged 50-75 who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in the last 6 years, to take part in a research study assessing the effects of their usual medication on learning and memory. If you express interest, you will be invited to come to the Department of Psychiatry at the Warneford … Read more