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Please see our GP information leaflet for further detail on how the network can support you to take part in research within a primary care setting.
A recent article by Dr David Shukla, a GP working in Dudley, England gives his perspective on the value of getting involved in research within Primary Care. "Involvement with research benefits patients, doctors and other practice staff and is generally very easy to undertake with limited time resource and the support of a local CRN team. It’s also academically satisfying and provides relief from the demands of the day job – and, on the whole, patients are happy to take part." You can view the full article here.