Rcgp research paper of the year

The Research Paper of the Year was awarded to Mark Ledwidge and colleagues for the STOP-HF trial of a screening programme using brain-type natriuretic peptide to identify asymptomatic patients at high risk of heart failure, followed by collaborative care to optimise their treatment.

This is the purpose of research: A Lancet paper by Andrews et al Diet or diet plus physical activity versus usual care in patients with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes: I am aware that the evidence base for this change is limited. But this study, originally published in May in BMC Family Practice, was novel in investigating the primary care experience of informal carers as patients themselves, rather than focusing on their role as carer for another patient.

A qualitative study of managing incontinence with people with dementia living at home 2 — was selected as it highlighted a common but often hidden problem that we should probably ask patients and their carers about more often than we do.

Natriuretic peptide-based screening and collaborative care for heart failure: Whilst it remains too early to recommend a formal screening programme, it is encouraging to know that we can increase case-finding with relatively simple and evidence-based pathways within primary care.

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Hilary Pinnock and colleagues undertook a randomised-controlled trial of telemonitoring of patients with heart failure, using algorithms to alert clinicians to patients at risk of deterioration.

And a test you can perform in your surgery? All carers, at all levels of caring commitment, were more likely to report pain, depression, and anxiety than non-carers. We are not sure that we will be able to demonstrate a reduction in hospital admissions by our intervention in practice, nor whether we will be able to continue to fund our pharmacist.

RCGP Research Paper of the Year 2013

Academic primary care is a distinct discipline, which drives constant improvement in primary care through education and research. Mrs R grimaces and says that, since her prednisolone was reduced to 7.

This blog was created to keep healthcare professionals, researchers, methodologists, and patients up to date with the latest primary care research.

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Again, thanks are due to the GPs who give of their time judging all the entries. The Research Paper of the Year demonstrates how effectively researchers in the UK and Ireland are rising to the challenge.

A definitive diagnosis can only be achieved by a urine test but collecting urine samples from babies and children under five is a challenge. Risk of childhood cancer with symptoms in primary care: Two other category-winning papers exemplified the ability of primary care researchers to conduct rigorous trials, and in both cases they demonstrate the importance of undertaking research before what appear to be obviously good ideas are implemented too widely or enthusiastically.

I reply to the ANP that her suggested investigation and management plan are fine, thank you. Mrs P is just the sort of patient we had in mind when we recruited our pharmacist. She is 85 and we prescribe nine different drugs, including aspirin.

The award spans six clinical categories, with one overall winner. Our results suggest that patients may not always be told about this, which seems to run counter to current models of shared decision-making, patient centred care and self-management of health problems.

Professor Yvonne Carter CBE was an outstanding and inspirational leader who had a remarkable impact on academic general practice and this award was instituted to commemorate her contribution to primary care research.

Sarah P attends for a repeat of her oral contraception.

RCGP Research Paper of the Year award for CAPC-led study on urinary infections in children

The team used data from the English General Practice Patient Surveyincludingpeople who self-identified as carers. In the WISE trial, Anne Kennedy et al, undertook a large cluster randomised-controlled trial of a whole system approach to help general practices provide self-management support.

The research involved interviews with patients in a trial about their understanding of a diagnosis of CKD. I will bring this up at the practice meeting. The item has been added to your basket. The technique could reduce the amount of time and effort used to collect unnecessary urine samples and increase sampling among children most likely to have a UTI.

Research Paper of the Year Award The call for nominating papers is now closed. Two other category-winning papers exemplified the ability of primary care researchers to conduct rigorous trials, and in both cases they demonstrate the importance of undertaking research before what appear to be obviously good ideas are implemented too widely or enthusiastically.

This approach of using screening and risk-prediction tools to identify high-risk patients who are then treated intensively and collaboratively by primary and secondary care, is very applicable to a range of other long-term conditions.

We make a great team, and are continuing to work together, even though I am at Keele and he is in now in York. In the WISE trial, Anne Kennedy et al, undertook a large cluster randomised-controlled trial of a whole system approach to help general practices provide self-management support.

RCGP Research Paper of the Year 2016: how the winning papers are so relevant to clinical practice

For further information, please contact the Research team at SFB rcgp. Entries must be submitted under one of the following categories: Implementation of self management support for long term conditions in routine primary care settings:Research highlighting an urgent need for improving how antibiotics are prescribed to pre-school children with urinary tract infections (UTI) has been recognised with a category prize at the recent RCGP Research Paper of the Year awards.

The observational study of over 7, acutely unwell children.

2011 RCGP and Novartis Research Paper of the Year

The RCGP is the professional membership body for family doctors in the UK and overseas. We are committed to improving patient care, clinical standards and GP training. PDF | On Aug 1,Frank Sullivan and others published RCGP and Novartis Research Paper of the Year.

Research undertaken by iPCHS Professor Carolyn Chew-Graham has been recognised in the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Research Paper of the Year () awards - Carolyn Chew-Graham has been recognised in the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Research Paper of the Year () awards.

The Royal College of General Practitioners Research Paper of the Year Award showcases the excellence of research in primary health care conducted in the UK or Republic of Ireland. This year, prizes for the best papers published in were awarded in six categories aligned to the NIHR Clinical.

The Royal College of General Practitioners Research Paper of the Year Award showcases the excellence of research in primary health care conducted in the UK or Republic of Ireland. This year, prizes for the best papers published in were awarded in six categories aligned to the NIHR Clinical Research Network divisions with one overall winner.

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