The UK Dermatology Trials Network is open to anyone (medical staff and patients/carers) with an interest in dermatology research.
The network was established in 2002 by Professor Hywel Williams of the University of Nottingham.
The aim of Network is to conduct clinical trials for the treatment or prevention of skin disease that are independent of the pharmaceutical industry.
To most people, getting involved means taking part in a study, and this is extremely important. However, there are other ways to become involved that are equally valuable:
Patients and carers being involved helps the network:
Being involved will help patients and carers:
To get involved, contact the Network Manager and discuss how you would like to become more involved. There is no need to have experience of research.
Visit www.ukdctn.org to register an interest and for more information, including details of the ongoing and developing clinical trials.
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