Subscribe to our Newsletter

What is the HRB-TMRN

The HRB-Trials Methodology Research Network (HRB-TMRN) is a new, collaborative initiative between a number of Irish and international higher education institutes and methodology centres.

Its mission is to strengthen the methodology and reporting of trials in health and social care on the island of Ireland so that they become more relevant, accessible and influential for patients and other service users, practitioners, policy makers and the public.This will be achieved through a programme of work relating to the methodology of trials and focussed on (i) support (ii) training and education and (iii) research and innovation.


7 hours ago
hrbtmrn Retweeted
START Competition@STARTSchools
START (Schools Teaching Awareness of Randomised Trials) National Competition - Led by NUI Galway - Lets have fun with science! @hrbtmrn #trialmethodology
Total Tweets632
@STARTSchools: Wow! @KitchenChemists always put on a great show! Giving their time so generously to young children. Thank you team!! @nuigalway are lucky to have you 😁👏
22 hours ago
hrbtmrn Retweeted
NUI Galway@nuigalway
NUI Galway is The Sunday Times University of the Year 2022. Social Policy:
Total Tweets17.99K
@nuigalway: This International Clinical Trials Day we welcomed students from @SBhride, Gaelscoil Dara and @ClaregalwayET. Primary schools around the country submitted their very own randomised trials, with the aforementioned top three brought on campus to celebrate. Follow @STARTSchools.
22 hours ago
hrbtmrn Retweeted
Supporting research to improve people’s health and to enhance healthcare delivery. #ResearchEvidenceAction
Total Tweets6.40K
@hrbireland: 👏Big congratulations to all involved as @remap_cap is announced as the winner of the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance (ACTA) Trial of the Year Award! Special shout-out to @nichol_alistair, @ICCCTN and the Irish team funded by the HRB on this well-earned recognition #ICTD

Start typing and press Enter to search