A national paediatric clinical research network

Study Feasibility


Connecting academic and industry sponsors with potential investigators.

Network Sites

Network Sites + Links

in4kids Network partner site locations and comprehensive list of relevant links.



in4kids membership is open to clinical research personnel in a range of sectors within Ireland.

Steering Committee

Steering Committee

Established to manage governance and monitor progress of the network aims.

in4kids – Irish Network for Children’s Clinical Research

We are a National Paediatric Clinical Research Network for Ireland. We aim to build a strong network within Ireland to enhance collaboration amongst the paediatric research community in Ireland and to develop national capacity for high-quality, ethical paediatric clinical research. Our network will have a broad membership from across the paediatric research community in Ireland.

in4kids News

Multinational #clinicaltrials supported by PedCRIN 👇

🔹 WE-study – improve walking capacity of kids with #CerebralPalsy
🔹 POPART trial – respiratory trial for #preterm babies
🔹 OTBB3 trial – oxytocin-based treatment for children with #PraderWilli

*️⃣ http://bit.ly/PedCRINTrials

The latest update of COVID-19 lit review from @ECRIN_ERIC is available https://bit.ly/2ZZfMlx

#EUMDR is delayed until May 2021 and the HPRA is encouraging all stakeholders, including Class I manufacturers, to use this extra time to become compliant.

An @EU_Commission guide for Class I manufacturers provides useful information: https://ec.europa.eu/docsroom/documents/38787


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27th May 2020

CARE Study

The CARE Study is being conducted by The Irish Centre for Maternal and Child Health Research (INFANT) and will evaluate the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on accessibility […]
29th April 2020

26 new research projects announced to tackle COVID-19

26 rapid response research projects were announced today that are part of the national, coordinated research and innovation funding response to the COVID-19 pandemic involving Ireland’s […]