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.
For further information please visit www.rcgp.org.uk/rsc
Our Practice is research active
All NHS organisations are expected to participate and support health and care research.
Conducting high-quality clinical research helps us to keep improving NHS care by finding out which treatments work best.
If you are asked about taking part in research, usually someone in the care team looking after you will contact you. People in your care team may look at your health records to check whether you are suitable to take part in a research study, before asking you whether you are interested or sending you a letter on behalf of the researcher.
For more information about how your information may be used in research and your rights please visit
Our GP Research Lead within the practice is Dr Hella Simper.
CLICK HERE to view the Research Presentation
HEAT Privacy Notice
Helicobacter Eradication Aspirin Trial (HEAT)
University of Nottingham
National Autism Research Studies
Visit: www.autismspectrum-uk.com/ to join online
Help us beat Dementia
'Join Dementia Research' is a new service which allows people to register their interest in national dementia research. It helps people with dementia, their carers, or anyone interested in research to be matched to studies.
Anyone, with or without dementia, can register as a volunteer or sign-up for someone else, providing that you have their consent. Signing up is the first step in becoming involved in supporting vital research studies across the nation.
CLICK HERE to sign up or for more information.
PYCES: Parents and Young Children under Extreme Stress
Study to investigate the effectiveness of treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in young children.
CLICK HERE for the Parent Information Sheet.