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Research Projects 

The practice is regularly participating in new research projects and has been accredited as 'Research Ready'- This is completed by any UK general practice wishing to become engaged actively in primary care research. Research Ready can be used by all practice staff, both clinical and non-clinical (GPs, nurses, practice management, administrators).

Heart surgery Priority Setting Partnership

Do you have questions about heart surgery that could be answered by research? Tell us your thoughts and help make a difference by clicking here and completing the form. You can also check out their leaflet by clicking here.

Research and clinical trials are an everyday part of the work done in the NHS.

The people who carry out research are mostly the same doctors and healthcare professionals who treat people. Their aim is to find better ways of looking after patients and keeping people healthy.

There are many different types of research. They cover a range of activities, from working in a scientific laboratory to carefully noting patterns of health and disease, and developing new treatments.

Health and social care research looks at many different issues, from illness, disease and disability to the way health and social care services are provided by the NHS.

Dementia Awareness

The Join Dementia Research Team have created a short clip that shows some of the statistics on dementia they have acquired and information on how you can help:

We at Radford Medical Practice are proud to promote and support the Join Dementia Research Initiative (JDR).

REBOOT. A mental health study

The university of Nottingham research team is appealing for people in Nottinghamshire who experience depression and low mood to help them to assess the effectiveness of two online mental health support tools. There are 3 different versions of the REBOOT study article found below:

REBOOT short article

REBOOT mid sized article

REBOOT longer article


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