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Oxford University's Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences has been one of the world's most important primary care centres for over 20 years. We lead multidisciplinary applied research and training to rethink the way health care is delivered in general practice and across the community both in the UK and internationally.
Understanding, diagnosing and managing COVID-19.
Research for better care in the community.
A dynamic, multidisciplinary team.
Training and professional development opportunities.
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Research and healthcare leadership programmes
Explore our new MSc in Global Healthcare Leadership developing experienced, strategic leaders.
Oxford Qualitative Courses - from specialists in qualitative research methods
Short, online courses from our researchers on the design, conduct and interpretation of qualitative research.
The PRINCIPLE Trial
The world's largest clinical trial of COVID-19 treatments for recovery at home, focusing on those most at risk of serious illness from COVID-19.
Learning from diverse experiences of COVID-19
We aim to understand how people from diverse backgrounds have experienced COVID-19.
Developing a text message-based system to help people with type 2 diabetes to manage their condition.
Face masks and exercise study
A streamlined crossover trial to assess the effects of wearing a face mask whilst exercising among healthy young adults
OpenSAFELY analytics platform
OpenSAFELY delivers urgent results during the global COVID-19 emergency and demonstrates the power of modern, open computational data science techniques for healthcare
*Judged by the UK's Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014.