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Taking part in Clinical Research

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Research and Development is studying diseases and better ways the treat them.

Clinical Research is when we are looking for a better way to treat an illness.

This page gives you:

  • Information about the different areas of research
  • How you can help us
  • How to contact us

Developing the future

Here at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals we are dedicated to improving health outcomes through research. We cover many disease areas including: Heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke, asthma, infectious diseases, kidney disease, liver disease, gastroenterology, pain management and many others.

Research is the only way to improve our understanding of illness and gather evidence to develop better treatments for the future. We have a state of the art purpose built Clinical Research Unit within the Royal Liverpool Hospital and our research includes complex new drugs and treatments, new devices or procedures and even simple questionnaire studies.

To do all this we need your help. We have developed a secure database called 'Consent4Consent' (C4C), this is a registry of volunteers who are willing to be contacted about future research projects. For more information click here

If you would like specific information on the studies we are running throughout the trust you can email the relevant team from the list below:

Contact us

Research Development and Innovation

4th Floor Linda McCartney Centre,

Royal Liverpool Hospital,

Prescot Street,


L7 8XP


0151 706 3754