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APPG on Medical Research Income and Expenditure Statement 2016/17
10 October 2017
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APPG on Medical Research Income and Expenditure Statement 2016/17
APPG on Medical Research 2017 AGM Draft Minutes
10 October 2017
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APPG on Medical Research 2017 AGM Draft Minutes
AMRC Response: HMT Patient Capital Review consultation
26 September 2017
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We have submitted a letter from our Chief Executive in response to HMT’s review of financing growth in innovative firms.
AMRC Response: HMT Autumn Budget 2017 submission
26 September 2017
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AMRC's response to the Treasury's Autumn Budget 2017.
Making a difference: Impact Report 2017
14 September 2017
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To help our members demonstrate their research impact AMRC analysed data from 5,287 research awards, funded by 40 members. This report highlights the benefits charity-funded research brings to patients across the globe and the UK life sciences sector and economy.
Annual report and accounts 2017
16 August 2017
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These are the annual reports and accounts for the Association of Medical Research Charities for the year ending 31 March 2017
PA and Office Manager Job Description 2017
14 August 2017
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This is an exciting opportunity to consolidate your PA and office management skills, working in the medical research charity sector. You will provide PA support to our Chief Executive and office management support to the busy AMRC team.
Policy and Public Affairs Internship advert
4 August 2017
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Policy and Public Affairs Internship advert
A Spotlight on Cancer Research
2 August 2017
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This spotlight report highlights the positive difference medical research charities are making for cancer patients across the UK. Each year 1 in 2 people who were born after 1960 in the UK will develop cancer at some point in their lives. The report sets out how member charities are working in this area, and provides examples of the life-changing research they continue to support. Our data shows that many medical research charities identify cancer research as a priority, even those whose main focus is not cancer.
Brexit Health Alliance - Collective “asks” as the UK negotiates to exit the EU
1 August 2017
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The Brexit Health Alliance has been established so that those who use health services, healthcare commissioners and providers, educators, researchers, the healthcare industry and those working to improve population health and wellbeing and to reduce inequalities in health can have a strong, collective, evidence-based voice as the formal process of leaving the EU gets underway. The Alliance complements, but does not duplicate, the work of the Cavendish Coalition which focuses on the implications of Brexit for the health and social care workforce. The Alliance does not take any stance on the merits or otherwise of Brexit. Our aim is to make sure that we are in the strongest possible position once the UK leaves the EU, and to this effect we advocate a negotiated implementation period that adequately reflects the time needed to achieve the following desired outcomes: 1. Maximum levels of research and innovation collaboration 2. Regulatory alignment for the benefit of patients and population health 3. Preservation of reciprocal healthcare arrangements 4. Robust coordination mechanisms on public health and wellbeing 5. A strong funding commitment to the health and public health sectors

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