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Holt Medical Practice
 Holt Medical Practice


Did you know that findings from research studies are used by your GP, nurse or other health professional to enable them to offer you the most appropriate care?


Anyone registered with Holt Medical Practice could help shape the future of health care by considering and helping with research projects that you may be invited to participate in.


You may be approached by a member of this practice to help participate in a research project. Please consider patient information about the research carefully. This information may be sent to you or given to you by your nurse or doctor or other health professional to consider.


This practice is part of a network of General Practices in the East of England who host medical research on a regular basis. The network is called Primary Care Research Network - East of England. Participation in any research is voluntary. You may refuse to take part in research without it affecting your usual medical care. All network research has been approved by Research Ethics Committee and has Primary Care Trust approval.The Network is one of the UKs Clinical Research Networks and is supported by funding from the Department of Health.


Click here for the NHS Research leaflet




Join Dementia Research is a nationwide service that helps anyone in the UK take part in vital dementia research studies.

People with dementia, their carers, and anyone interested in research can sign up themselves or on behalf of someone else.
You do not have to take part in any particular studies. It is always your choice whether or not to take part.
Sign up today online at www.joindementiaresearch.nihr.ac.uk, or call Alzheimer's Research UK on 0300 111 5111, or the Alzheimer's Society on 0300 222 1122. 




The practice is taking part in this study being run by the NHS Clinical trials unit, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia.

Do you live in Norfolk or are you registered with a Norfolk GP and are you over 40 years old?

Can you answer yes to any of the following questions?

Do you have a family history of type 2 diabetes

Do you have a history of coronary heart disease?

Do you have impaired fasting glucose?

Have you ever had diabetes during pregnancy?

Do you have a BMI of 30kg/m2 or more?

If so you could be at risk of developing type 2 diabetes and you may be able to take in a diet and lifestyle programme, the Norfolk Diabetes Prevention Study.

For more information please ring 01603 597300 www.norfolkdiabetespreventionstudy.nhs.uk 


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