Johan Styrke is a researcher and urology specialist at Sundsvall Hospital. Thanks to support from Clinical Studies Sweden among others, he is conducting decentralised research in urology in collaboration with colleagues at the Northern Healthcare Region.
From 26 May 2022, EU Regulation 2017/746 on in vitro diagnostic medical devices (IVDR) will be applied.
Abraham Mellkvist-Roos has been the project leader for the development initiative “Coordination of feasibilities”. The initiative is finalized and in the interview below he tells more about the national service for study requests that has been developed.
Louise Ziegler, Deputy Chief Physician at Danderyd Hospital, is one of two Swedish researchers taking part in the international network “Network for Research in Vascular Ageing”. After obtaining her doctoral degree in March, she is now looking forward to conducting projects in inflammation research and developing close collaboration with international colleagues.
Get an overview of the different phases of the research project, from idea to archiving. Some parts of the process are described in general, others are specific for a certain type of study.
Clinical Studies Sweden works continuously to facilitate the implementation of clinical studies within healthcare. Through competitive intelligence and dialogue with stakeholders in healthcare, academia, government and life science companies, we identify common national challenges and requirements - our focus areas. In working groups and projects, we then collaborate nationally to investigate issues and develop effective solutions in our various focus areas.
About Clinical Studies Sweden
We develop and offer support and services to researchers, research staff and life science companies to facilitate that high-quality clinical studies can be carried out throughout Sweden. Our vision is that clinical studies should be an integral part of health care.
People/research projects get research support
Participants in our training courses
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