Research is offered across all three sites. If you are interested in taking part in a study please contact us via Accurx
- Dr Lisa Gibbons,
- Dr Susannah Pathmanathan
- Dr Sara Jabri
- Dr Anna Turner
- Dr Emma Parker
Dr Lisa Gibbons is also Clinical Research Specialty Lead for Primary Care as well as NIHR CRN Primary Care I.T. Lead.
- Lynsey Beall SW Peninsula Clinical Research Network Nurse hosted by Claremont
- Nicky Musgrove Practice Research Nurse
Research Clinical Assistants
- Kelly Farrow
Research Administration and IT
- Kirsty Nicholls
- Lynn Palfrey
- Sophie Spurrier
- Joanna Coulam
We work in collaboration with the SW Peninsula Clinical research network team
We welcome feedback from everyone regarding their participation in our research projects. We use this to learn more about patient experience and to improve the research at the Practice.
From time to time we also use post-study questionnaires to gather feedback.
Local Study Teams are often recruiting “patient representatives” to discuss their experience of research to help design future research studies. Let us know if this sounds like a something you would like to take part in.
Please send all comments or queries you have about your research experience to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Claremont has been involved in medical research for more than 10 years. Our role is usually to identify suitable people and help recruit them to the appropriate study. Our research is organised by the Clinical Research Network South West which is part of the NHS National Institute for Health Research. It is ethically approved and selected specially for primary care to help improve medical care now and in the future. You may be invited to take part in research. There is no obligation to take part and if you decline it will not affect your treatment in any way.
Read about How Claremont Medical Practice is supporting Research
We are delighted to have received another Research Award 2020 South West Research Practice of the Year. We offered 12 health studies to our patients. The highest number in the South West!
2018 National Research Practice of the Year. Royal College of General Practice and Clinical Research Network.
- Claremont Medical Practice was one of the first GP practices in the South West to sign up to the Principle Covid Studies
- Claremont Medical Practice led a study into Diabetes prevention
- Our Practice helps introduce Medical Students to Research
Please have a look at some of the studies we are currently involved with.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like to be involved.
We also often write to share opportunities to take part in research that is taking place in our local hospital. Don't hesitate to get in touch if you would like to be involved
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