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Recruiting Trials

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Find the latest information on WCTU trials currently recruiting for participants.

Recruiting trials

Trial name About the trial Trial Type Chief Investigator
ADAPT SEPSISLink opens in a new window BionmArker-guided Duration of Antibiotic treatment in hospitalised PaTients with suspected Sepsis: the ADAPT-Sepsis Trial Emergency and Critical Care Prof Paul Dark
Airways3

Randomised trial of a supraglottic airway device versus tracheal intubation during in-hospital cardiac arrest

Emergency and critical care

Professor Jonathan Benger

ATNECLink opens in a new window

Axillary management in T1-3N1M0 breast cancer patients with needle biopsy proven nodal metastases at presentation after neoadjuvant chemotherapy

Cancer

Associate Professor Amit Goyal

Big BabyLink opens in a new window

Induction of labour for predicted macrosomia - The 'Big Baby Trial'

Maternal Health

Prof Siobhan Quenby

Prof Jason Gardosi

CermLink opens in a new window Chronic Endometritis and Recurrent Miscarriage - The CERM trial Maternity Prof Siobhan Quenby
iRehab Remote multicomponent rehabilitation compared to standard care for survivors of critical illness after hospital discharge: a randomised controlled assessor-blind clinical and cost-effectiveness trial with internal pilot (iRehab) Rehabilitation

Dr Brenda O'Neill

Prof Danny McAuley

OPTIMALink opens in a new window Optimal Personalised Treatment of early breast cancer using Multi-parameter Analysis Cancer Prof Rob Stein
Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Outcomes (OHCAO) ProjectLink opens in a new window A research database to identify best practice and improve patient outcomes for those suffering pre-hospital cardiac arrest. Registry Prof Gavin Perkins
PACKMaN

Paramedic Analgesia Comparing Ketamine and MorphiNe in trauma

Emergency and critical care Prof Gavin Perkins

Dr Michael Smyth

PARAMEDIC-3

The PARAMEDIC-3 trial is looking at the most effective way to treat someone when their heart suddenly stops working out of hospital by giving drugs through a vein or into the bone. Answering this question will help to improve future treatment of people who have a cardiac arrest.

Emergency and critical care Prof Gavin Perkins
PIPA An online Parenting Intervention to Prevent affective disorders in high-risk Adolescents Mental Health Associate Prof Andrew Thompson
POSED A feasibility study of Prehospital Optimal Shock Energy for Defibrillation (POSED) Emergency Care

Prof Gavin Perkins

PROTECTeD

Exploring and Improving Resuscitation Decisions in Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest

Emergency Care

Prof Gavin Perkins

RACER-Hip

Robotic Arthroplasty: a Clinical and cost Effectiveness Randomised controlled trial for Hips (RACER-Hip)

Surgery and Orthopaedics

Mr Peter Wall

Professor Edward Davis

RACER-KneeLink opens in a new window

Robotic Arthroplasty: a Clinical and cost Effectiveness Randomised controlled trial (RACER)

Surgery and Orthopaedics

Associate Clinical Prof Andy Metcalfe

RECOVERY - RSLink opens in a new window RECOVERY - Respiratory Support: Respiratory Strategies in COVID-19; CPAP, High-flow, and standard care Emergency and Critical Care

Prof Gavin Perkins

Prof Danny McAuley

REPAIR MDS

Repurposed drugs to improve blood counts and reduce transfusions in myelodysplastic syndromes

Cancer Prof Janet Dunn
RESPECTLink opens in a new window To determine, in adults admitted to acute NHS hospitals, how, when and why are emergency care and treatment plans made and what effects do they have on patient care? Emergency and critical care Prof Gavin Perkins
SOSLink opens in a new window Sugar or Salt (SOS) trial: Hyperosmolar therapy in traumatic brain injury Emergency and Critical Care Prof Gavin Perkins
SPHERe Supervised Pulmonary Hypertension Exercise Rehabilitation (SPHERe) trial Rehabilitation Dr Gordon McGregor
VITAL Volatile vs Total intravenous Anaesthesia for major non-cardiac surgery Perioperative trial Dr Joyce Yeung