Primary Care is healthcare in the community - everything from GPs to Pharmacists, Optometrists to Dentists. At the School of Primary Care Research we aim to gather evidence to help decide what will make primary care better for everyone.
The School does this through funding high-quality research into what works, what does not, and what could work in the future. Since our goal is improving care for everyone, it is best that everyone is involved.
How to get involved?
There are no prerequisites to become a public contributor, though some studies might require their contributor to have lived experience of a certain condition.
If you are interested in becoming a public contributor for primary care research, you can get in touch with each of the SPCR members to find out more and express your interest in being involved.
- University of Bristol
- University of Exeter
- Keele University
- University of Manchester
- University of Nottingham
- University of Oxford
- University of Southampton
- University College London
You can also get in touch with the local PPI coordinator from one of our member universities.