Modified: November 27, 2017 at 1:41 pm

CRIC founded in 2014

A Danish Centre for Research in Intensive Care (CRIC) providing services and support for various research areas all related to intensive care patient. We collaborate with new, established, national or international intensive care research partners who wants to provide high quality research to improve patient care, intervention and treatment at intensive care unit.webword-logo,underlinje

CRIC is at present a partnership between Danish researchers within clinical trials, systematic reviews, biostatistics and health related socio-economic analyses, all from Danish institutions funded by a public fund – innovationsfonden_logo_a_rgb_lilleInnovation Fund Denmark.

All partners in CRIC are open for new collaborations across borders and profession when related to research within intensive care, and please feel free to contact CRIC for such collaboration requests.

CRIC is working for:

  • transparency in research processes
  • improved public access to data and results
  • best-practice approach
  • standardized processes

CRIC office is established 2015

After receiving the first start-up grant ultimo 2014 from Innovation Fund Denmark the Centre for Research in Intensive Care (CRIC) became a reality in February 2015.

Grant for clinical and non-clinical programs

Along with funding of CRIC the grant also supported five programs, of which three were clinical trials to be executed over the next 5-7 years. Each of the partners will pursue their focus area either by performing clinical trials, systematic reviews of clinical data, development of new biostatistical methodologies or by socio-economic analyses.

National and international collaboration

CRIC  is the result of a Danish national collaboration between clinicians at intensive care units, biostatistic and socio-economic researchers, all with the main focus to improve care, intervention or treatment of patients at intensive care units.

CRIC and CRIC partners will be collaborating with clinical as well as non-clinical researchers mainly across Europe when performing the clinical trials, though all partners may bring in other collaborators from their world wide spanning research network.