Learn more about participating in research on the National Institute for Health Research website. www.nihr.ac.uk/get-involved/research-matters.htm
Read about other people’s experiences taking part in research. www.crn.nihr.ac.uk/can-help/patients-carers-public/research-changed-my-life
Read the latest report on our patient Involvement programme PES report
If you want to find out about other research studies taking place close to where you live, visit the UK Clinical Trials Gateway and enter your postcode. www.ukctg.nihr.ac.uk
National campaigns include www.joindementiaresearch.nihr.ac.uk
Sign up to hear about what is going on locally for e.g. www.citizenscientist.org.uk
Join a free 4 week on-line course to learn more about research https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFze7Oph7Hk&feature=youtu.be
Sign up to receive information about research studies you may be interested in joining www.researchforthefuture.org
Join a public involvement forum www.invo.org.uk www.csipublicinvolvement.co.uk
Read about the latest developments in public participation in research https://www.crn.nihr.ac.uk/can-help/patients-carers-public/
RESEARCH POTENTIAL IN EASTERN CHESHIRE
We work in collaboration with other practices in Eastern Cheshire on multi-site studies. We have a proven track record of delivering to time and target in both academic and commercial trials. If you would like to speak to us about conducting research in our area please email email@example.com
RCGP RESEACRH AND SURVEILLANCE CENTRE
This practice is one of over 260 practices in England contributing pseudonymised data for national research and surveillance.
These data enable continuous monitoring of infections and diseases in the community and is used in ethically approved research. The RCGP RSC is the main source of information for Public Health England (PHE) and helps with prediction and management of flu outbreaks and pandemics.
Providing pseudonymised data does not affect patients, their care or privacy, however if you no longer wish to allow your information to be used, please speak to your GP.