Research in General Practice

Primary Care Knowledge Boost

08-11-2023 • 33 minutos

Doctors Sara and Lisa talk to a GP involved in Primary Care Research Dr Imran Ghafoor and Ewa Grzegorska, a Research Support Facilitator from the National Health and Clinical Research Institute about Research in Primary Care. We talk through Dr Ghafoor’s journey into being part of Primary Care Research, what embarking on Research Projects in Primary Care might look like, from the straightforward to the more involved, and some of the practicalities and financial considerations.

You can use these podcasts as part of your CPD - we don’t do certificates but they still count :)

Useful resources:

  • If you want to contact the research Team from today Directly:

Researchsupport.CRNGM@NIHR.ac.uk or I.gafoor1@NHS.net

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