Our Collaborators

The CRASH-4 trial is being conducted by Ambulance Services and Emergency Departments across the UK

The success of the CRASH-4 trial is dependent on the collaboration of paramedics, nurses, doctors, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals from NHS ambulance services and hospitals from around the UK.

Find out more about our collaborators below. 

Our Current Collaborators

Hospitals

St George’s Hospital

Royal London Hospital

William Harvey Hospital

The Great Western Hospital

The Whittington Hospital

St Helier Hospital

Epsom General Hospital

King’s College Hospital

Queen’s Hospital

Chelsea & Westminster Hospital

St Thomas’ Hospital

Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Milton Keynes University Hospital

Croydon University Hospital

Dorset County Hospital

Royal Preston Hospital

Salford Care Organisation

Kettering General Hospital

Musgrove Park Hospital

Good Hope Hospital 

Leicester Royal Infirmary

Leeds General Infirmary

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

Manchester Royal Infirmary

Ambulance Services

South Central Ambulance Service

London Ambulance Service

South East Coast Ambulance Service

Interested in becoming an Associate PI?

The NIHR Associate Principal Investigator (API) scheme is designed to train healthcare professionals to become the Principal Investigators of the future. Many CRASH-4 sites are already part of this scheme and we would encourage any sites who aren’t yet to get involved.

To find out more about the scheme, and how you could be part of it, click here to visit the NIHR website.

If you are eligible for the scheme, you will need the following information as part of the registration process:

CPMS Number: 47298

Chief Investigator: Co-CI Professor Ian Roberts, Co-CI Professor Haleema Shakur-Still

Study Coordinator: Danielle Beaumont

Interested in joining our team?

Find out more about the trial

Participant Information

Information for Participants and their Families

Training Materials

Learn How to Carry Out Trial Procedures

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