Research Trials



General Practice Research

The Hadleigh Practice is now “research active”: helping to conduct high-quality clinical research with the National Institute for Health Research to improve NHS care. Participation in a clinical research study is entirely voluntary but can be a rewarding experience.

National Institute for Health Research

Set up in 2006 by the Department of Health, The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) aims to improve the health and wealth of the nation using Research. To find out more about the work of the NIHR Clinical Research Network go to www.crn.nihr.ac.uk

What are the Benefits of taking part in research?

  •      Potential access to new treatments and medicines
  •      Ultimately, improved cost-effective access to healthcare for patient
  •      Increased range for skills for staff involved in research including standardised training: Clinical Research is Good Clinical Practice for Research (GCP) training is a requirement for anyone involved in research. GCP is an international standard to which all NHS research is conducted.
  •      GCP Trained Staff: Dr Callum Harmer.

The Panoramic trial recruitment is now suspended, with no central registration via the trial website for the time being



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