This paper attempts to identify the procedural gaps around research governance that can create unnecessary barriers to health services, workforce and education research in Universities and NHS. Difficulties lie with research governance process rather than the guiding ethical principles to which different professionals adhere. University research ethics review procedures should work more collaboratively with professional organisations own research governance processes. Up-to-date training across organisations for researchers working within the NHS to enable them to navigate these increasingly labyrinthine arrangements.
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