Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit
The University of Nottingham
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 Completed studies 

 

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A randomised controlled trial to compare the safety and effectiveness of doxycycline (200 mg/day) with oral prednisolone (0.5 mg/kg/day) for initial treatment of bullous pemphigoid: A protocol for the Bullous Pemphigoid Steroids and Tetracyclines (BLISTER) Study

                                               BORN 2 SOON                     

 

Saving the lives of those “born too soon”: a mixed methods study of essential newborn care

  

BORN 2 SOON -    OPTIMISING   NUTRITION 

 

Study title: Optimising Nutrition to save the lives of those “Born too soon”

 

 

2009 - 2013

Study lead:

Professor Hywel Williams 

Funding body:

NIHR 

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2018 - 2019

Study lead:

Eleanor Mitchell

Funding body:

GCRF Optimising Nutrition project 

 

 

2019 - 2020

Study lead:

Shalini Ojha

Funding body:

GCRF Optimising Nutrition project

 

 

 CLOTHES

Study title: Randomised controlled trial of silk therapeutic clothing for the long-term management of eczema in children 

 Cord Pilot

Study title: Immediate versus deferred cord clamping for preterm birth before 32 weeks gestation, a pilot randomised trial. 

CRAMMS 

Study title: Cognitive rehabilitation for attention and memory in people with Multiple Sclerosis

 

 2013 - 2016

Study lead:

Professor Kim Thomas

Funding body:

NIHR

CLOTHES

2013 - 2017

Study lead:

Lelia Duley

Funding body:

NIHR

cord

2014 - 2018

Study lead:

Nadina Lincoln

Funding body:

NIHR

 

CRAMMS

 

 FAST

Study title: Clinical and cost-effectiveness of temporarily quadrupling the dose of inhaled steroid to prevent asthma exacerbations: a pragmatic randomised trial.

G-TOG 

 

Study title: Gentamicin in the Treatment Of Gonorrhoea

 

HAND-1 

Study title: Needle fasciotomy versus limited fasciectomy for the treatment of Dupuytren's contractures of the fingers: a feasibility study which investigates the acceptability and design of a multicentre randomised controlled trial

 

 2013 - 2017

Study lead:

Dr Tim Harrison

Funding body:

NIHR

FAST-LOGO

 

 2014 - 2016

Study lead:

Jonanthan Ross

Funding body:

NIHR

G-TOG1

 

 2015 - 2017

Study lead:

Professor Tim Davis

Funding body:

NIHR

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 HEELS

 

Study title: Fibreglass casts in the management of ulcers in the heel in diabetes.

 

 HI-LIGHT

 

Study title: Home interventions and light therapy for the treatment of vitiligo

 

 HUSH

Study title: Feasibility of conducting a multi-centre randomised controlled trial to assess the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of digital hearing aids in patients with tinnitus and hearing loss 

 

 2011 - 2015

Study lead:

Professor William Jeffcoate

Funding body:

NIHR

Heels

 2015 - 2019

Study lead:

Jonathan Batchelor

Funding body:

NIHR

HiLight

 2018 - 2020

Study lead:

Magdalena Sereda

Funding body:

NIHR

Hush

 

 i-Cord

Study title: Feasibility of conducting a randomised trial evaluating timing of cord clamping for preterm births in low and middle income countries

LEUCOPATCH

Study title: Leucopatch ® in the management of hard to heal diabetic foot ulcers 

 LIMIT1

Study title: Effect of Topical Imiquimod on Lentigo Maligna

 

 2015 - 2016

Study lead:

Eleanor Mitchell

Funding body:

NIHR

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 2013 - 2018

Study lead:

Frances Game 

Funding body:

Reapplix

LeucoPatch

2010-2012

Study lead:

Dr Jerry Marsden

Funding body:

NIHR

 

 

MIDAS

Study title: A Study to determine the feasibility of a randomised trial of different techniques for Managing an Impacted fetal heaD At emergency caesarean Section 

P3MC

Study title: Preventing recurrent Migranes in Children 

PEPS 

Study title: Psycho-Education and problem solving therapy for adults with personality disorder - effects on social functioning. 

 

2019 - 2021

Study lead:

Dr Kate Walker

Funding body:

NIHR

 

2009 - 2012

Study lead:

Dr William Whitehouse

Funding body:

NIHR

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2010 - 2014

Study lead:

Professor Mary McMurran

Funding body:

NIHR

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PRIDE

Study title: Promoting Independence in Dementia: A Feasibility Randomised Controlled Trial.

RAPID

Study title: "Follow-on" rifaximin for the prevention of relapse of clostridium-associated diarrhoea: a randomised trial

ReMemBrin

Study title: Rehabilitation of Memory following Traumatic Brain Injury

 

 2018 - 2020

Study lead:

Martin Orrell

Funding body:

ESRC and NIHR programme

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2012 - 2016

Study lead:

Professor Robin Spiller

Funding body:

NIHR

RAPID-LOGO

 2013 - 2017

Study lead:

Roshan das Nair

Funding body:

NIHR

Remembrin

 

ReMIT-2

Study title: Do tests of placental function improve outcome for women with reduced fetal movements at 36 weeks gestation or later?

 SEAFOOD

Study title: Systematic Evaluation of Aspirin and Fish Oil Polyp Prevention Trial 

STOP GAP

Study title: Study of Treatments for Pyoderma GAngrenosum Patients – an RCT of oral prednisolone versus ciclosporin

 

 2013 - 2019

Study lead:

Alexander Heazell 

Funding body:

NIHR

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 2011 - 2017

Study lead:

Professor Mark Hull

Funding body:

EME, MRC and NIHR

seAFOod

 2009 - 2013

Study lead:

Professor Hywel Williams

Funding body:

NIHR

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TANDEM

Study title: A randomised controlled Trial of standard and low dose Avastin® for Neovascular macular Degeneration in the East Midlands 

TOMAS

Study title: Comparing the effectivness of treating people who have had a stroke with a new outdoor rehabilitation intervention of standard care

VITA

Study title: Metronidazole versus lactic acid for treating bacterial vaginosis 

 

2010 - 2017

Study lead:

Professor Alex Foss

Funding body:

NIHR

 

TANDEM

 2009 - 2012

Study lead:

Pip Logan

Funding body:

NIHR

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 2017 - 2020

Study lead:

Jonathan Ross

Funding body:

NIHR

VITA

 

WORK IA

Study title: Work Rehabilitation in Inflammatory Arthritis


 


 

 

Study lead:

Professor Alison Hammond

Funding body:

Arthritis Research UK

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