Bruton Surgery is pleased to support research projects searching for better treatments or understanding of conditions. You will always be asked for consent, or simply invited to make contact with the research team directly.
As part of Symphony Healthcare Services, Bruton Surgery is supporting the PANORAMIC study searching for early treatments for COVID.
If you test positive for COVID, you may receive a text message and/or phone call from the Symphony Research Team to discuss this trial with you. You are under no obligation to participate, however the wider the study the more chance of success.
For more information about the study, please visit: Panoramic Patient Information
SHAPE is a group-based research programme aimed at helping people who have recently been diagnosed with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.
Participation in this study involves either receiving treatment as usual, or taking part in a weekly online group programme for 10 weeks with 4 other people with dementia.
Each week, the group will discuss topics that combine approaches of self-management and health promotion. We hope the programme helps people’s mood, well-being, and health outcomes.
The REGAIN study aims to find out which of two treatments is better at helping people recover after being in hospital with COVID-19:
- an online rehabilitation exercise and recovery support group, or
- a single on-line session of exercise advice and support
For further information or to express an interest please visit www.warwick.ac.uk/regain.