Trial News

September 2016


With the summer holidays out the way, the PROPS Trial team has been busy recruiting more practices to the Trial. We would like to welcome some of our newest recruits: Sheringham Medical Practice, The Burwell Surgery, Orchard Surgery, Granta Medical Practices (Sawston), The Humbleyard Practice, Buckden & Little Paxton Surgeries, Over Surgery & Little St John’s Street Surgery.

Merel (far left) from the PROPS Trial Team with staff from Little St John's Street Surgery, led by site PI Dr Taylor

Merel (far left) from the PROPS Trial Team with staff from Little St John’s Street Surgery, led by site PI Dr Taylor

Little St John’s Street Surgery is our first Suffolk practice and our team members Hayley and Merel thoroughly enjoyed meeting the Little St John’s Street Team!

With all the new practices added, make sure you take a look at our  Map of Practices taking part in PROPS which is really filling up now.

We are halfway in recruiting practices in Norfolk and Cambridgshire & Peterborough, and just starting in Suffolk & North-East Essex and Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire. If your practice is interested in taking part, please get in touch with us. We will hopefully role out into further areas in England later on, so do get in touch if you are interested in participating in the PROPS Trial.

 

PROPS visits East of England CRN team meeting!

One of our trial team members visited the East of England CRN team meeting on Tuesday the 27th of September. They occupy part of Victoria House in Fulbourn near Addenbrookes; grand premises as you can see!

Victoria House

All set up for the PROPS presentation

All set up for the PROPS presentation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It was great to meet all the members of the CRN team all at once – and to discuss how to roll out PROPS further in the East of England. We would like to thank the CRN East of England for all their support so far, in particular the research nurses, Siobhan, Shelina, Brenda, Siobhan, Ruth and Jenni. They are essential to delivering our PROPS study in the practices!