BPSU surveillance of the Acute Hepatitis in Children 2022 commenced in May 2022 collecting cases seen from January 2022 onwards. This study aims to understand viral, non-viral or unidentified causes of this apparent increase in cases of acute hepatitis reported to the UKHSA. The study is being led b...
After the success of last year's virtual Summer Meeting, SPS will hold a face-to-face meeting in Stirling this June. We'll mark the beginning of our centenary celebrations and enjoy presentations by guest speakers and members. Delegates are also welcome to sign up for our barbecue immediately after ...
The BPSU office is working with the University of Dundee Health Informatics Centre to develop a new data collection platform to collect data on rare diseases, making it easier for clinicians registered on the BPSU reporting scheme to report cases and complete their clinical questionnaires.
In our centenary year 2022, the Scottish Paediatric Society is pleased to announce the Scottish Paediatric Society Prize for Research related to the Effect of Climate Change on Children and Young People.
Throughout the pandemic, Nick Bishop tells us, the College has continued its important work on clinical guidelines, audits and quality improvement. As he passes on the baton as Vice President for Science and Research, he reminds us there's more we can all do to champion child health research.
From neonatal and maternal safety to health inequalities, from lessons from the pandemic to your wellbeing...our sessions will explore these vital themes and more. We've developed our programme with the input of more than 30 specialty groups, so you'll be able to update your knowledge on the clinica...
We are seeking proposals for funding for a programme of osteosarcoma research that are hypothesis driven and with the potential of bringing a step-change in treatment for osteosarcoma. Applications must be from a multi-disciplinary and collaborative team and show a clear line of sight to patient benefit.
Funding amount range
Bone Cancer Research Trust - Osteosarcoma Restricted Funding Call
Particularly welcome proposals that build on previously funded BCRT work, with a clear line of sight to patient benefit.
As part of this funding call, we welcome applications for funding to support:
-pilot projects or requests to support small pieces of follow-on research needed to complete a project to a value of £25,000.
-project grants up to a maximum value of £250,000. These may cover staff costs, including PhD students, however, this is not a PhD studentship funding call, and these s...