Research

We are undertaking some research projects. Find out more using the documents below:

BEST3 Study

We are taking part in a recruiting research study called BEST3. The patients being invited to take part are:

  • Male/Female aged 50 and over
  • Have a record of at least 6 months of prescriptions for acid-suppressant medication in the last year
  • Some exclusions are applied to this.

The BEST3 study will provide a research nurse at the end of August/September to run some clinics for any patients that respond wishing to take part in the stud

Stuttering / Stammering and Social Anxiety Research Study (MOSAICS trial)

Participants wanted for research study

NHS SNCCG and the University of East Anglia are trying to develop a new treatment for social anxiety in people who stutter/stammer. Socially anxious people become very worried about having to interact with other people and may avoid occasions where they have to do so.

If you think you might be interested in taking part, please visit the study web page on the University of East Anglia website , or contact the study’s chief investigator who will send you further details.

Dr Jan McAllister   
Chief Investigator,
The Queen’s Building
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
University of East Anglia
Norwich NR4 7TJ
E-mail: j.mcallister@uea.ac.uk
Telephone: 01603 593361
Fax: 01603593166  
Twitter: @MOSAICS_UEA

Further Information

The Baby Milk Study

The practice has signed up to take part in some research called The Baby Milk Study.

We need your help to recruit please:
 
What is the purpose - the purpose of the study is to test whether following our programme leads babies to a more healthy pattern of growth and development.
 
Why take part - if mums take part then they will be put into one of two groups,(please see Participation Sheet attached for full details and benefits of taking part.
 
The baby milk study is a randomised controlled trial of a multi-component intervention to reduce formula-milk intake and prevent excess weight gain during infancy.
 
Inclusion critera:

  • Health term infants
  • receiving some foumula -milk, before age 12 weeks

Exclusions:

  • Low birth weight (<2,500g)
  • Pre-term (<37 weeks)
  • Major malformations
  • Hormonal or metabolic disease which may interfere with nutrition/growth
  • On special formulas (soya based, lactose free, hydrolysed or anti-reflux formulas)

MOTHERS WHO START FORUMLA-FEEDS WITHIN 3 MONTHS OF BIRTH CAN BE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE STUDY

Getting Involved: