Please see our most up to date trials, If you feel you are eligible please do get in touch!

Psychological Impact

Over 41k people took part earlier this year, helping us gain vital data. Can you spare 10 mins to complete a questionnaire to help increase our understanding of how coronavirus and the lockdown is affecting your mental health and wellbeing? Take the survey here: bit.ly/PIOC19-3

Take part in national research study: Psychological Impact of COVID-19 :: North Cumbria Integrated Care (ncic.nhs.uk)


Principle

PRINCIPLE is an Urgent Public Health clinical trial investigating treatments for people aged over 18, with COVID-19 symptoms.

More details at www.principletrial.org or click Join the PRINCIPLE Trial — PRINCIPLE Trial to register as a patient from Eric Moore Partnership. 

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COPESS

COPESS study is evaluating a new brief talking therapy, for people who Self-harm & have low mood

People over the age of 16 can learn more about this study here: bit.ly/3oJnmdC


HPValidate 

Eric Moore Partnership has been selected to take part in an important study to test the use of self-sampling in the NHS Cervical Screening Programme in England. Self-sampling is a new method that is being considered for the NHS Cervical Screening Programme; this test can be completed at home and if implemented in the programme could increase access to screening for many people.

Before self-sampling can be offered as part of routine screening, it needs to be tested to ensure that the results are as accurate as the results from a sample taken by a doctor or nurse.

HPValidate is a study that is being led by Public Health England which will compare self-taken samples with samples taken by a doctor or nurse. This will help the NHS Cervical Screening Programme to decide what device/s could be used for HPV self-sampling in the future.

Over the next few weeks Eric Moore Partnership will be inviting patients who are due for routine cervical screening (smear test) to take part in this study; participants will be asked to use one of the self-tests before having their sample taken by the doctor or nurse.  If you receive an invitation letter with information about the study please talk to your doctor or nurse when you come in for your appointment and they will be able to provide you with further information. Early adopter sites inducted into HPValidate self-sampling study.pdf

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Frontier

Our Practice is taking part in a research study looking at the effectiveness of different ways of managing people with muscle or joint problems. Research like this is important to help us provide the best care. Follow this link for information about the study: http://www.frontierstudy.co.uk OR If you would like to discuss the study or take part, call the FRONTIER study team on 0117 32 87802


Child-Parent Screening for Inherited High Cholesterol  (Familial Hypercholesterolaemia)

A new clinical service is taking place at your General Practice. We are introducing a new service to identify families with Inherited High Cholesterol – commonly known as “Familial Hypercholesterolaemia” which starts with testing children during routine immunisation.

If you have a child due routine immunisations and is age 1, you may receive an information pack regarding this ongoing study. 


Clinical Research in General Practice

Here at Eric Moore Partnership Medical Practice we believe in the importance of clinical research and actively support research studies in primary care, not only within our own practice but across the Warrington area.  

We are very excited to have joined the National Research Surveillance and Practice Group, hosted by Oxford University.  This contributes pseudonymised data for monitoring infection and diseases in the community. It helps to provide Public health England with the prediction of outbreaks of influenza and other pandemics.

We have undertaken clinical research for over 18 months, with twenty two 'open' research studies, and all of the practice GP’s are research trained and lead on different studies. In addition we have a dedicated clinical research nurse, Stephanie Duncan-Noke and clinical research administrator Caitlyn Farrall, to support this work. It is an important area for patients in General Practice to have the opportunity to take part in and we are working very hard to improve access to research for all patients in this area.

When visiting the practice you may see leaflets and posters about the research we are doing or we may write to you to invite you to take part. Please take the time to read the information as you may find you want to take part too.

Research is about finding new knowledge that can lead to changes and improvements in treatments and patient care it is an important aspect of NHS work.The research we are involved with is carried out under the banner of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) North West Coast Clinical Research Network, we do also take part in commercial trials.

If you would like to find out more about research in the NHS please go to www.crn.nihr.ac.uk.

To visit the RCGP Research and Surveillance Centre (RSC) website please click here.

Clinical Research Poster

 


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