Registry Recruiting Centres


Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases (part of the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust)


Addenbrooke's Hospital


Derriford Hospital

Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital


The Walton Centre

London/ Middlesex

University College London Hospital (UCLH)

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore

Northern Ireland

Craigavon Area Hospital


Oxford University Hospitals Pain Rehabilitation Unit (OPTIMISE)


Solent NHS Trust

There are currently 10 approved recruiting sites for the UK Registry. Approved staff from each site are responsible for recruiting their own patients to the Registry. Bath is a recruiting site in its own right, but as the administrative centre for the Registry, it also has oversight of all recruitment activity and patient contact.

How to become a recruiting centre with the Registry

We are always appreciative of centres who are willing to contribute and input new CRPS patient data to the Registry. We are able to consider applications from anywhere in the UK, but please be aware that our ethics only enables patients to be recruited from NHS sites. This means that we are unable to accept applications from a private practice perspective.

Please note: the Registry is a pre-HRA study, so you will need to apply for local Ethics approval in order to be able to contribute data. If you need further advice regarding this, your local R&D department will be able to seek guidance from Central Ethics.

If you are interesting in becoming a recruiting site to the Registry, please contact the CRPS Network Administrator in the first instance -   

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