The Intensive Care National Audit & Research Centre (ICNARC – www.icnarc.org) is an independent, not-for-profit, scientific organisation, established in 1994, that facilitates improvements in the structure, process, outcomes, and experiences of critical care – for patients and for those who care for them.
Both nationally and internationally, ICNARC manages a broad programme of clinical audit and clinical/health services research, the latter co-ordinated within its UK Clinical Research Collaboration-registered Clinical Trials Unit.
ICNARC databases serve as a resource for multiple studies on the epidemiology of critical illness and inform practice and policy on the provision, service delivery and organisation of critical care, most recently playing a key role in providing information to support the UK response to the global pandemic of COVID-19.
Associate Director - Stroke Catalyst Theme Lead at BHF Data Science Centre
Professor Will Whiteley is the BHF Data Science Centre Associate Director and Theme Lead for the Stroke Catalyst. The focus of Will’s theme is to enable approved research teams to use data from...
Munisa: Be ready to have your say, never underestimate your value
4 September 2023
After personal experience with a rare condition, I know how it feels to be bombarded with jargon and misleading articles. Getting involved allows me to have a say in all parts of the research process.