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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has risen to the top of a table for the most patients recruited to take part in research studies.

The trust recruited 20,937 participants to studies supported by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) in 2017/18, putting it first out of all NHS hospital trusts in England.

The trust recruited to 517 NIHR-supported studies, putting it third on the table for the number of studies.

The trust manages the John Radcliffe Hospital, Churchill Hospital and Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford and Banbury’s Horton General Hospital.

Find out more (NIHR website)

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