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Research Active Practice!

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DR Khan & Dr Renwick, Newton Surgery Medical Practice is undertaking Research Ready accreditation, which means that we meet the minimum requirements of the Royal College of General Practitioners for undertaking healthcare research in primary care in the UK.

Our GP Research Lead within the practice is Dr G Khan.

We take part in high-quality medical research through the Clinical Research Network: Yorkshire and Humber (formally Primary Care Research Network) within the NHS National Institute for Health Research.  

NHS medical research helps to improve the health and well-being of the nation.

Primary care is the setting for the great majority of NHS patient contact and will play an increasing role both in the care of patients with long term conditions and in disease prevention and early diagnosis.

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.

We aim to give our patients the chance to take part in research if they want to.

Your participation in the research studies is completely voluntary and if you decide to take part, you can withdraw from research studies at any time, without giving reason and without penalty or effect on the standard of care that you receive.

We work in close collaboration with a team of GPs, research nurses and facilitators. 

Examples of research projects include:

    • Investigating Timing Of Taking Blood Pressure Medication
    • Investigating Respiratory Infections
    • Management Of Heart Failure
    • How To Increase Physical Activity
    • Ways To Help People Stop Smoking

The Practice has been involved in the following research trials:

  • OPAL

If you would like to know more about research taking place you can contact the practice or visit:

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