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Research Projects

King's College London NHS Health Centre is actively participating in various studies that can help and contribute to medical researches with valuable information.

 

These are all accredited institutions and patient confidentiality is strictly observed as per the practices GDPR policies.

 

You may receive invitations via text or email in the future, sent from your GP practice on behalf of the research team. Participation is completely voluntary.

 

If you’d like, please don’t hesitate to engage with any future invitations/links you may receive. 

Information on current active studies can be found below:

CPRD

Information in patient records is important for medical research to develop new treatments and test the safety of medicines. This practice supports medical research by sending some of the information from patient records to the Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD)

CPRD is a Government organisation that provides anonymised patient data for research to improve patient and public health. You cannot be identified from the information send to CPRD.

For more information visit www.cprd.com/public

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Domestic  Violence & Abuse  Study

Since the UK national lockdown, there has been a drastic increase in the calls and visits to helplines, as well as the reports of cases of DVA. The inability to escape abusers has left victims trapped by law, often exacerbating pre-existing poor mental health conditions (e.g., depression, anxiety) and psychosomatic distress reactions (e.g., insomnia, OCD).The lockdown meant that physicians are seeing a fraction of their usual patients, and often offer remote consultations, which is a clear barrier to identifying victims of DVA.

 

This E-Survey based study primarily aims to investigate the prevalence of DVA. Completing the brief survey can help raise awareness about DVA in the community including how to recognise signs of the various types of DVA in both children and adults. Raising awareness about DVA in the community not only helps survivors of DVA to openly discuss and encourage receiving support, but also helps victims to recognise and acknowledge the abuse they are experiencing.

Please consider participating in this study by following this link.

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