Fearnhead Cross & Longford Street Surgeries

Fearnhead Cross Medical Practice, 25 Fearnhead Cross, Warrington, WA2 0HD

Telephone: 01925 847000

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Longford Street Surgery, Longford Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 7QZ | Telephone: 01925 255600

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Research

 

Our current research projects that are recruiting:

(Please click on each project name to find out more about what the trial offers)

 

Discover Me

(A study aimed to analyse health and genetics data on a large group of people)

STREAM

(A study looking at appetite, eating patterns and nutrition in people aged 75+)

DaRe2THINK

(looking at whether new blood thinning tablets can help to prevent blood clots, strokes and an increase in dementia in Atrial Fibrillation (AF) patients).

ASYMPTOMATIC

(Assessing symptom-driven versus maintenance preventer therapy for the outpatient management of asthma in children)

PROSPER

(Personalised Care Planning for Older People)

UNITY

(A survey that explores the barriers & drivers for the routine provision of new sexual health services in community pharmacy)

Measuring Loneliness

(A survey that investigates the prevalence of social isolation & loneliness)

Akrivia/National Centre for Mental Health

(A study looking to develop better diagnosis, treatment and support for people living with mental illness and cognitive disorders)

 

Past projects / studies that are no longer open for recruitment

(Studies we have participated in and patients may have received invites for)

 

COLOUR COPD

(looks at the use of Sputum Colour Charts to guide antibiotic self-treatment of acute exacerbation of COPD in patients with COPD)

Immune Defence Study

(A criteria of patients are eligible to participate in a study that looks at whether asal (nose) sprays and websites help you be more active and reduce stress when having a cold, flu, and similar infections).

MultICath

(A non-inferiority randomised controlled trial to compare mixed (multi/single-use) catheter management with single-use catheter management by intermittent catheter users over 12 months)

Developing a core outcome set for medication adherence trial

(The Core Outcome Set study involves participants completing two short questionnaires online (or completed over the phone for patients and carers, if they prefer)).

Active Brains

(This study is testing an interactive programme (called ‘Active Brains’) to help people aged 60-85 with lifestyle changes and brain training activities which may help with memory and thinking skills).

SAFER

(Screening for Atrial Fibrillation with ECG to Reduce stroke)

ATTACK

(The ATTACK project aims to find out whether people with chronic kidney disease should take regular low-dose aspirin to reduce the chance of having a first heart attack or stroke).

STATIC

(Stopping Aminosalicylate Therapy in Inactive Crohn’s Disease (STATIC)

DIAMOND

(offering patients with type 2 diabetes a dietary programme called DIAMOND)

Using Primary Care to tackle Domestic Violence and Abuse in the community (DVA)

(Using Primary Care to tackle Domestic Violence and Abuse in the community is a survey that patients can fill out)

Immune Defence Study

(A criteria of patients are eligible to participate in a study that looks at whether asal (nose) sprays and websites help you be more active and reduce stress when having a cold, flu, and similar infections).

HIS-UK

(A survey which looks at assessing the effectiveness of HIS-UK, as compared to usual condom distribution care)

DeStress2

(The study is named Implementing effective primary care responses to mental distress)

REDUCE

(REviewing long-term anti-Depressant Use by Careful monitoring

in Everyday practice)

MoNoPly

(Models of Nociceptive Plasticity in Chronic Pain)

 PANORAMIC

(Platform Adaptive trial of NOvel antiviRals for eArly treatMent of COVID-19 In the
Community)

Cerebral Mechanisms of ACT Therapy for Neuropathic Pain

(adapting a new form of pain management programme
called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, for people with neuropathic pain)

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