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National research guidance and support for trusts.

McLure, S. and McColl, E. and Mason, J. (2009) 'National research guidance and support for trusts.', Journal of paramedic practice., 1 (15). pp. 636-639.


The Research Design Service (RDS) is one of the key components of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) which aims to position, manage and maintain world-class research in the National Health Service (NHS). Formed in 2008 as a component of the Department of Health's Research and Development (R&D) Strategy, Best Research for Best Health (Department of Health, 2006), the NIHR RDS is a major new initiative in which the NIHR will be investing around £50 million over 5 years. This article provides an overview of the RDS and highlights some of the major developments and consequential opportunities for Ambulance Trusts in England.

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