COVID-19 Planning and Research
This practice is supporting vital coronavirus (COVID-19) planning and research by sharing your data with NHS Digital. This transparency notice supplements our main practice privacy notice,
Celebrating Health and Care Research Success Report
Please see the Celebrating health and care research success and impact across the South West Peninsula in 2022/2023 report. Thank you for supporting Research in Somerset.
General Practice Research
Research is a key principle of the NHS to improve the current and future health and care of the population. Research that involves patients and members of the public leads to results that are more reliable and therefore more likely to be put into practice. Patients currently registered with Vine Surgery Partnership may be invited to join studies if they meet the strict eligibility criteria. Patients will be fully informed about any study before they consent to take part in any research.
We want patients and the public to be involved in all stages of research. This covers:
- Setting research priorities
- Recruiting people into research studies
- Understanding what the research findings mean for patients and how it can be utilised in Primary Care
The Research team at Vine Surgery Partnership:
Dr Sarah Freeman - GP Research Lead
Helen Clough, CRN; South West Peninsula Community Research Nurse,
firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 01458 84 11 22
- Aged 16+?
- Living in the UK?
- Experiencing clinical levels of depression and/or anxiety, or have experienced these in the past?
If so, you might be interested in taking part in the GLAD Study. Please see the GLAD Study poster for further details.
What is REPROVIDE?
We know that often men are worried about the impact of their abusive behaviour on their female partner or ex-partners, but that it can be difficult to get help to stop behaving this way.
We also know that although there is limited evidence to suggest that group domestic violence prevention programmes work, there is not enough evidence to make sure that local councils will fund these programmes.
We want to test these programmes, so we can see if they really do help men and improve safety for their partners, ex-partners, and for children.
NIHR 'Be Part of Research' website
The NIHR 'Be Part of Research' website gives you the opportunity to find out about health and social care research that is taking place across the UK and also to take part in trials that you may be interested in.
Privacy Notice - Research
Please see our Research Privacy Notice.