This Practice is part of a network of General Practices in Suffolk who host medical research on a regular basis.
Did you know that findings from research studies are used by your GP, Nurse or other health professional to enable them to offer you the most appropriate care?
Anyone registered with this practice could help shape the future of health care by helping with research projects that you may be invited to participate in.
You may be approached by a member of this practice to participate in a research project. Please consider any patient information leaflets you may receive about research carefully. This information may be sent to you or given to you by your Nurse or Doctor or other Health Professional.
Taking part in a research project can vary greatly and might involve completing a questionnaire, agreeing to an interview with a researcher or taking part in a clinical trial.
Participation in any research is voluntary. You may refuse to take part in research without it affecting your usual medical care.
The study is open to anyone over 16 years of age (or under 16 with parental permission). Participants must reside in the UK. The average time taken to complete the online survey is approx. 15 minutes.
GP sites have been added to the survey so that when participants are asked where they heard about the survey, they should be asked to tick 'from a GP' and then further instructed to tick the name of the surgery in a drop-down list. Participants are advised to start typing the name of their surgery and drop-down boxes containing those words appear, so they don't have to scroll through a long list.
The survey is open to anyone; patients, relatives, friends, local groups, village social media sites etc. You can send the link to anyone.
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