Nihr Model Non-Commercial Agreement

If a Noclor partner is a sponsor, it is the funder (and the beneficiary of the main contract with the funder). Noclor will propose to initiate (negotiate all changes as needed) and corresponding contracts /agreements with third parties, as necessary for a pre-study at each start of work. These model agreements apply to health services in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales; they replace the 2011 country versions. The accompanying guidelines provide more general information, an overview of changes from the 2011 versions, and additional information on how models should be used and under what circumstances. Feedback on the use of MICRA is welcome to support its future development. Electronic comments to nocri@nihr.ac.uk National are used where possible, including non-commercial agreements (MNCA) approved by The DoH, to expedite the conclusion of an otherwise long-term contract. Internal models are only used if there are no models. The Clinical Trial Agreement for biopharmaceutical industry sponsored research in primary care (Primary Care mCTA) has been developed and approved by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry, the BioIndustry Association, a number of highly active general practitioners, the British Medical Association, the Protection Medical Society and UK health authorities. The Health Research Authority (HRA) supports the application of standard agreements. The non-commercial research model (MNCA) is a model for documenting the relationship between non-commercial sponsors of a research study and the organization of the health service in which the study and responsibility of non-commercial sponsors takes place.

Please note that UoA R-I must be involved in the development of mNCA for all studies. See www.hra.nhs.uk/about-us/news-updates/new-version-uk-wide-model-non-commercial-agreement-mnca-published/ The NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research (HS-DR) program funds research to provide evidence of the quality, accessibility and organization of health and social services. These include evaluations of how the NHS and social assistance could improve service delivery. The public for this research is the public, service users, clinicians, professionals and managers. For more information, please see www.nihr.ac.uk/funding-and-support/funding-for-research-studies/funding-programmes/health-services-and-delivery-research/A programme or programme of events or a soECAT programme is required for all non-commercial studies requiring a local information file for the UK. This will help ensure that appropriate resources are identified to support the conduct of studies and that participating NHS/HSC organizations are clear, as the costs of participating in a study are allocated. See www.myresearchproject.org.uk/help/hlpsitespecific.aspx#UK-Local-Information-Pack-SoE-SoECAT For non-commercially sponsored studies, the Health Research Authority (HRA) is testing the use of schedule of Events and activity model statements to collect all information about local study activities.