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At our Primary Care Clinical Trials Unit, we believe that collaboration is the key to driving innovation and improving patient care. We actively seek partnerships with both general practitioners (GPs) and researchers to expand our clinical trial network and foster a collaborative research environment.

GPs and GP Surgeries – Get involved in research:

We invite GPs and GP surgeries to join our efforts in conducting groundbreaking clinical trials that have the potential to reshape primary care. By collaborating with us, you will gain access to the latest treatment options for your patients and play a vital role in advancing medical knowledge. We provide comprehensive support to our partner clinics, including training, resources, and ongoing assistance throughout the trial process. To learn more about how you can become a part of our growing network, please contact us at

For Researchers – Partner with us to answer your research questions:

We are eager to collaborate with researchers who share our passion for primary care and clinical research. Our multidisciplinary team offers expertise in trial management, data management, IT, statistics, and nursing to support a wide range of research projects. By partnering with us, you can leverage our experience and resources to design, implement, and analyze your clinical trials.

If you are interested in discussing potential research collaborations, please reach out to our team at including a completed copy of the form linked directly below. A senior member of the PC-CTU team will then be in touch to discuss the proposal further. We look forward to working together to advance the field of primary care and improve patient outcomes.

Download: Request for support form