The Golden Jubilee Research Institute, formally known as the Beardmore Centre for Health Science, is an established medical research hub, housing the Research and Development Office, most of the research support group in dedicated office space, a Clinical Research Facility and a Clinical and Surgical Skills training area.
The Clinical Research Facility provides researchers with the space, equipment and resources necessary to conduct high quality medical research in an environment designed to respect the patient’s safety, wellbeing and privacy.
The Clinical Research Facility has a dedicated Health Care Support Worker who maintains equipment stock levels, ensures that the Facility is fit for clinical study purposes and assists the Research Nurses when necessary.
All medical research projects using the facility will already have been approved by the Research and Development Office.
The Clinical and Surgical Skills training facility provides a high quality tailored environment for the delivery of both clinical and general training to all healthcare professionals.
The facility is available to external agencies for healthcare training activities including the use of organs of animal origin (e.g. pig hearts for cardiothoracic training) and synthetic bones (e.g. knees and limbs for orthopaedic training).
Our facilities include:
For further information on medical research at the Golden Jubilee Research Institute, visit our Research Projects and Teams here. Find out more information on using our facilities for medical education.