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THE VALLEY SURGERY

0115 9430530


CHILWELL MEADOWS SURGERY

0115 9462767


The Valley Surgery

81 Bramcote Lane

Chilwell

Nottingham NG9 4ET


0115 9430530

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Surgery Reception is open Monday - Friday

8:00am to 6.30pm

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We are now registered as a Park Run Practice.  Information on our local weekly events and how to register can be found on the website below.  We hope to see you there taking part! http://www.parkrun.org.uk/beeston/

PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE CANCELLED FOR THE TIME BEING HOWEVER YOU CAN TAKE THE PARKRUN RESOLUTION FOR 2021.

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Chilwell Meadows Surgery

Ranson Road

Chilwell

Nottingham NG9 6DX


0115 9462767

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PRACTICE RESEARCH ACTIVITIES



Our Practice is Level 3 Research Active

Did you know that clinical research takes place at this GP Practice?

We’re proud to give our patients the opportunity to take part in research here so that together we can develop new treatments and medicines for the future.

There are many different types of research available for people to take part in, and the overwhelming majority of people have a positive experience of research.

Last year, more people took part in research in primary care settings (such as GP Practices) in the East Midlands than any other part of England. Join them, and help us to improve healthcare.

To find out more about taking part in research here, please contact us via email: nnccg.cvamp@nhs.net

Alternatively, you can search for research taking place near you here.

Covid research. here is a short video on how research has helped the Covid vaccines be developed so quickly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpIsvIWJ5u4&t

Studies we are currently involved with

By invitation only (if invited please consider participating):

Active brains study - This study is an online intervention for prevention of major depression in primary care study.

Alpha-Stim study - The study team would like to find an alternative way to help people with depression who may prefer not to use medication or have not benefited from anti-depressant medication or psychological treatment. Alpha-Stim AID is a clinically proven battery operated medical device that provides cranial electrotherapy stimulations (CES) to treat anxiety, insomnia and depression.

GLAD - The GLAD Study is exploring risk factors in individuals who have experienced depression and/or anxiety, including those with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, OCD, or related disorders, at any time in their lives.

PROMPPT - Improving outcomes for patients using opioid medicines for persistant non-cancer pain.

Sign up  yourself to take part:

EXCEED study - Volunteers needed to understand links between ethnicity, health and effects of COVID19. To take part click here: www.exceed.org.uk

ICTA (Improving the Integration of Care for Trans Adults) - What do trans people want from NHS and other health services? How can health services work better together to meet the needs of trans (including non-binary) people? Click here for the survey: http://www.thissurvey.com/icta


NEON - Have you experienced psychosis or other mental health problems? Do you care for someone with mental health problems? Find out more information at www.recoverystories.uk


Principle - a nationwide clinical study from the University of Oxford to find COVID-19 treatments for the over 50s that can be taken at home. Details here: www.principletrial.org


Germ defence - This website www.germdefence.org/index.html?src=C84120 has scientifically proven advice to reduce COVID-19 infections. It takes 10 minutes – try it out!


Psychological impact of COVID19 - The aim of this survey is to better understand how the coronavirus and the restrictions necessary to prevent its spread are impacting on our day to day lifestyle. We hope to find out what is helpful for people during this time and also what may be causing some people to be affected more than others in terms of their wellbeing. Click here: https://bit.ly/36ok8nK



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