The practice participates in research projects as part of the Primary Care Research Network which links with the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences of Oxford University.
We get involved in research that we hope may be of help and of interest to our patients. Current examples include:
The Barack D trial:
This project explores the possibility of medication being of benefit to people with chronic kidney disease.
The SuMMiT D trial:
This involves the innovative use of digital technology to support patients with Type 2 diabetes mellitus.
A qualitative study of the experiences of women with pelvic pain.
Patients who are eligible are approached by the practice, but there is of course no obligation at all to participate.