Biomedical and therapeutic research committee (BTRC)

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As health services continue to evolve rapidly in Scotland, it is essential that both health policy and clinical practice are underpinned by robust research. The Biomedical and Therapeutic Research Committee (BTRC) of CSO covers research relevant to Scotland’s health, which may be clinical or laboratory based – including public health, disability and continuing care research, using biomedical technology.1 In practice, this means that BTRC seeks to fund translational projects that links the innovation chain between fundamental research as a source of knowledge, and its application for clinical benefit or health gain.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChief Scentist Office Annual Report 2007-2008
Subtitle of host publicationFunding research leading to improvements in healthcare and NHSScotland
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
PublisherScottish Government
Pages14-17
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)9780755959488
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2009

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Ritchie, L. (2009). Biomedical and therapeutic research committee (BTRC). In Chief Scentist Office Annual Report 2007-2008: Funding research leading to improvements in healthcare and NHSScotland (pp. 14-17). Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

Biomedical and therapeutic research committee (BTRC). / Ritchie, Lewis.

Chief Scentist Office Annual Report 2007-2008: Funding research leading to improvements in healthcare and NHSScotland. Edinburgh : Scottish Government, 2009. p. 14-17.

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Ritchie, L 2009, Biomedical and therapeutic research committee (BTRC). in Chief Scentist Office Annual Report 2007-2008: Funding research leading to improvements in healthcare and NHSScotland. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, pp. 14-17.
Ritchie L. Biomedical and therapeutic research committee (BTRC). In Chief Scentist Office Annual Report 2007-2008: Funding research leading to improvements in healthcare and NHSScotland. Edinburgh: Scottish Government. 2009. p. 14-17
Ritchie, Lewis. / Biomedical and therapeutic research committee (BTRC). Chief Scentist Office Annual Report 2007-2008: Funding research leading to improvements in healthcare and NHSScotland. Edinburgh : Scottish Government, 2009. pp. 14-17
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