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Primary Care Research

Eve Hill Medical Practice is a Research Active Practice 


This practice is pleased to announce that we are now in our third year as a research active practice linked to the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Nework. We have been accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) as a Research Ready practice.


We work in close collaboration with a team of GPs, research nurses and facilitators based at the University of Birmingham. If a patient is eligible to join a research study running in our practice, a GP or other healthcare professional will provide written information. Taking part in a research study is voluntary and can be beneficial to patients who participate in them.



  • Examples of research projects include:

  • Investigating respiratory infections 

  • Management of heart failure

  • How to increase physical activity

  • Finding out whether low dose aspirin helps people with Type 2 diabetes

  • Ways to help people stop smoking

  • The use of self-monitoring of blood pressure

  • Investigating timing of taking blood pressure medication


If you would like to know more about research taking place locally, visit:


www.birmingham.ac.uk/CRN-WM


http://www.crn.nihr.ac.uk/west-midlands



 



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