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Primary Care Research

Help in the fight against COVID-19 

Do you have suspected or confirmed with COVID-19?

(Symptoms to look out for include *New Cough *High Temperature *Loss/change in smell/taste)

Open to anyone aged 65 and above?
Or aged 50 to 64 with any of these illnesses?

  • High blood pressure and/ or heart disease
  • Diabetes not treated with insulin
  • Asthma or lung disease
  • Stroke or neurological problems
  • Weakened immune system due to serious illness or medication (e.g. chemotherapy).
  • Liver disease
  • Obesity or BMI 35 kg/m2

Then you could be eligible to join the PRINCIPLE trial and help the fight against COVID-19.

The PRINCIPLE trial aims to find treatments that improve symptoms and reduce hospital Admission for people with COVID-19To find out more or register for the study, please visit:

Tel: 0800 138 0880

Online PTSD Treatment for Young People and Carers

A team of child psychologists from the NHS National and Specialist CAMHS and King’s College London, who specialise in treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are recruiting for a new and timely research study, investigating the effectiveness of:

Online PTSD Treatment for Young People and Carers (OPTYC).

You can take part if:

  • You are aged 12-17 years old
  • Your main problem is symptoms of PTSD after a single traumatic event
  • You can read English to a level that allows you to use the website and App
  • You have access to a smartphone or computer (e.g. laptop, desktop, computer, iPad) with internet access, in a private space

If you or someone you know might be suitable/interested, visit the website for more information and to make a self-referral:

Alternatively, to speak to a member of the OPTYC research team you can email or telephone 0207 848 0580.

Please contact the research team directly if you think you are eligible, NOT the Practice

Clinical Research at the Queens Road Partnership

QRP is proud to be a Research Ready Accredited Practice. We work collaboratively with the NIHR Clinical Research Network which is the Research arm of the NHS.

Clinical Research is very important to improve care, treatments and ultimately patients’ quality of life.

QRP supports several different types of Primary Care studies which have been ethically approved. Our GP Research Lead is Dr Joseph Cohen.

If you are a patient at the QRP , you may receive invitation letters to ask if you wish to take part in a research study. Joining in a research study is completely voluntary.

However, if you do not wish to be contacted about research studies please alert our reception team.

To find out more information about clinical research studies please visit:

Research Study Participation

Patients in this practice will be invited to join a research study run by University College London (UCL) and University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH).

Who will be invited?

  • People from this practice aged 50 to 77.

What is involved?

  • A letter will be sent to you by your GP, with a phone number to call.
  • Depending on your responses to some questions over the phone, you may be invited to attend a Lung Health Check (where your lung health will be assessed) or you may be invited to attend a study appointment in your local area.
  • You may be offered a scan of your lungs (called a CT scan) and be asked to give a blood sample as part of the study, or you may be asked to give a blood sample and fill out a questionnaire.
  • The study is entirely voluntary and you do not have to participate if you do not wish to do so.

Staff at UCL and UCLH are organising the appointments for the research study

  • For this to happen, this GP practice will securely share the names and addresses of potentially eligible individuals with the study team.
  • The study team will invite people and coordinate study appointments. They will keep the details of everyone they invite for a period of up to 10 years, in order to collect important health-related information and help develop health services for the future.
  • Strict security measures will ensure your information is kept safe and confidential.

OPT OUT: Please let reception staff know if you DO NOT want the study team to have your information. Opting out WILL NOT affect any of your future care. You will continue to be invited for other NHS appointments and activities.

Further details are available at:

Local Services, Let