Research

Radcliffe on Trent Health Centre is working in collaboration with the Clinical Research Network: East Midlands (CRN: EM). The CRN: EM is part of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and is focused on enhancing and promoting research, ensuring that it is conducted in line with ethical procedures and for patient benefit. There is a local team working within Nottingham City and Nottingham County, facilitating research within primary care.

 

​Radcliffe on Trent Health Centre is signed up to a Research Site Initiative Scheme; resulting in them choosing to be involved in appropriate and relevant research studies, focused on enhancing patient care and working on studies that are of particular interest and need for their patient population. The primary care team surpassed recruitment expectations in the financial year of 2014-2015 and this could not have been done without the support of local practices and the engagement from patients in these areas.

Patients may also be interested in the following links:

http://www.nihr.ac.uk/ - National Institute for Health Research

http://www.crn.nihr.ac.uk/ - Clinical R​e​search Network

http://www.enrich.nihr.ac.uk/ - Enrich

http://www.crn.nihr.ac.uk/dementia/about-dementia-research/join-dementia-research/ - Information on Join Dementia Research

 

One of the Research studies Radcliffe on Trent Health Centre is taking part in, is the "Psychological impact of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and experience: An international survey".  The aim of the survey is to have a better understanding of how coronavirus and the impact of the current lockdown is having on day to day lifestyle, what is helpful and what may be causing some people to be affected more than others in terms of their wellbeing.  

The survey is open to anyone over the age of 16 years and able to complete the online questionnaire.  The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete and you don't have to answer all of the questions if you don't want to.

Please click on the link below to take part

https://bit.ly/36ok8nK



 
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