Labs unable to access the DUTY database via citrix can now click on the link below.
IMPORTANT: log in as per standard instructions and using your existing citrix codes, then only use the link in the RIGHT HAND SIDE PANEL.
Contact your local study manager with any problems.
You can download the current study protocol by clicking here.
A summary of the study is available by clicking here.
The DUTY study asks you to process all study samples in accordance with your usual standard operating procedures and in accordance with the terms of the service level agreement for participating laboratories. The DUTY study laboratory manual provides further information about the study urine sample processing procedures and a copy can be downloaded by clicking here.
If you have a clinical query relating to the urine sample results of a patient recruited into the DUTY study, you can contact the lead microbiologists whose contact details are available here.
For any other query relating to the study, please contact your local study team.
The DUTY study has full ethical approval from Southmead Research Ethics Committee (ref: 09/H0102/64). For further information or for copies of ethics approval correspondence please contact the study manager Harriet Downing by calling 0117 331 3811 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
R&D approvals for the DUTY study have been granted by all Trusts within which we are recruiting. For further information or for copies of research governance approval correspondence please contact the study manager Harriet Downing by calling 0117 331 3811 or by e-mailing email@example.com.
The DUTY study is funded by a grant of £3,255,155 from the Department of Health's National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Health Technology Assessment (HTA) programme.
The DUTY study is sponsored by the University of Bristol.
The DUTY study is governed by an independent Steering Committee. For information about the work and membership of the Committee please contact the study manager Harriet Downing by calling 0117 331 3811 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
A graphic of current recruitment against target is available by clicking here.