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The 3D study, funded by the NIHR Health services and Delivery Research Programme, is aimed at improving the management of patients with multiple long-term health problems. The research has recruited more than 1380 patients in just six months in practices across Bristol, Manchester and Glasgow.

The multi-centre study aims to help general practices to improve how they manage patients with multiple long term health problems and follows earlier SPCR funded studies into the management of multimorbidity conducted across the School. Read the Centre for Academic Primary Care press release.

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