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It is amazing to see the work you guys do so that people like me can undergo high-risk operations safely and live longer. I will be glad to support research in the field of anaesthesia and perioperative care.

- Patient who had recently undergone surgery

Patients and public learnt about opportunities to get involved at the cutting edge of medical research at a drop-in session in Oxford on 13 June.

The event, hosted by the NIHR Clinical Research Network Thames Valley and South Midlands (CRN), gave people a chance to talk to staff about the research taking place in the region across different specialities.

Perioperative medicine was represented by Dr Raja Jayaram. 

Read more from the Oxford Times.

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