Winterton Medical Practice is currently involved in a number of important research projects, including CANAssess study, Active Brain Study, Prevail Study and Relapse of Depression in Primary Care. Some of these are currently involved in recruiting patients. If you are interested in learning more, details can be found below. If you are also a patient and would like to participate, you may use the links below to get in touch, as appropriate.
Our research nurses Rebecca and Nicola are available by email to answer any queries:
At least half of people with depression will become unwell again (relapse) after they have finished their initial treatment.
We would like to understand more about the views and experiences of people with lived experience of depression and about the care and support you have received.
If you are aged 18 years and over and have lived experience of depression, we would like you to get involved and share your experiences with us.
A single interview will last one hour at the most and can be in-person or by telephone/online. You will be paid for your time.
How can I participate?
If you have any questions or would like to get involved, please contact Dr Andrew Moriarty by clicking the button below.
EMAIL DR MORIARTY
Express your interest now.
Version 1; 23rd November 2021
This GP surgery is taking part in a research study called CANAssess
Are you aged 18 or over?
Do you have a diagnosis of cancer?
If so you may be asked if you would like to take part
Patient Information sheets are available at reception
The practice believes that clinical research is important for the future of health services and as such, is actively involved in the National Health Research Strategy.
This involves varied research into many areas. We have, in the past, been involved in cough studies and nasal swab studies - all of which can help the future development of treatments.
We would be pleased if patients who are invited to partake in any research consider involvement to aid us in successfully undertaking the research programmes