The practice is proud to have been accepted as a member of the Primary Care Research Network. This is a national collaboration that organises research projects within General Practice. Without well-organised research we would not have scientific evidence that the management plans we are recommending to our patients are the best possible.
You may be invited to participate if your GP or nurse thinks you would be eligible to help with the research projects currently being carried out. However, you will always be given the opportunity to consider this and opt out if you wish.
Your participation would be completely voluntary and we must stress that a decision not to take part in, or to withdraw from, a research project will (in no way) affect your normal treatment. For more information on Research Projects in health please click here.
For more information on Patient Information, Health and Care Research click here.
The Practice is currently involved in the:
IQVIA Medical Research Extraction Scheme (MRES)
To find out more information about IQVIA Medical Research Extraction Scheme (MRES) please see more information below.