Opportunity details

INHALed Anaesthetics in NeuroTrauma (INHALANT-1) trial

A clinical trial looking at sedation in traumatic brain injury

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Full description:

We are planning a clinical trial looking at how we keep people asleep in intensive care if they suffer a serious brain injury to see if the sedation could protect the brain

We want to hear from people who have suffered a serious brain injury in the past, and those who have cared for somebody very close to them who has suffered one

This opportunity is a single short meeting (in person or video) to let you share your views

Date from

1st May 2023

Date to

31st July 2023


Ministry of Defence/ University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust

This trial is funded by the Ministry of Defence, as traumatic brain injury is an important problem for soldiers, sailors and airpeople. The trial is being managed and conducted at a single hospital site, the University Hospital of North Midlands NHS trust, in Stoke-on-Trent, which treats patients who have suffered major trauma from the North West Midlands of England, South Cheshire and North Wales


Headway plain english summary.docx



Neurological disorders


North West
West Midlands

Involvement type:

Designing and managing

What support is offered?

We will offer support to anyone who is distressed by discussing this subject


Payment will be offered for your time in attending this meeting


Reasonable expenses will be reimbursed for meetings which occur in person

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?


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