RCGP Clinical Research Network award winners announced

The winners of the inaugural RCGP Clinical Research Network awards were announced at this year's RCGP annual conference.

Dr Simon Wetherell from Queen’s Square Medical Practice receives the award from RCGP president Dr Terry Kemple and RCGP chair elect Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard

The awards recognise practices that are demonstrating excellence and innovation in delivering National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) research. There is also an award for First 5 GPs (GPs in the first five years of their career) who demonstrate an emerging interest and experience in delivering NIHR research within a primary care setting.

This year's winning practice is Queen’s Square Medical Practice in Lancaster. Meanwhile, Dr Sam Davies from Yate near Bristol received the First 5 award (pictured below).

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