Teldoc and Shifnal & Priorslee practices are actively supporting clinical research studies within primary care.
Research in the NHS is a vital to provide the evidence we need to transform services and improve outcomes and quality of care for patients. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, clinical research provided a beacon of hope and highlighted the vital role that research plays in improving healthcare for everyone.
Teldoc PCN work closely with colleagues from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) which is the research arm of the NHS. Working with the NIHR means we can offer our patients high quality, innovate and exciting research opportunities.
Teldoc PCN have been accredited to the Royal College of GP’s ‘Research Ready’ programme, which means that all our research activity complies with the UK Research Governance Framework’s legal, ethical, professional and patient safety requirements.
What is Primary Care Research?
Primary care research focuses on things such as: