Can you help GPs do their job better?

22nd November 2017

Do you have an idea that could help GPs improve the delivery of their service?

The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has asked for proposals for clinical projects, to work in collaboration with their Clinical Innovation and Research Centre (CIRC).

CIRC works to support GPs and practice staff in delivering a better quality and level of care to their patients by contributing to changing the face of primary healthcare and delivering excellence in four key workstreams:

  • Clinical Priorities
  • Innovation
  • Quality Improvement
  • Research

Applications are welcome from all RCGP members, country councils, faculties, committees, boards and groups, affiliated primary care societies, other royal
colleges, charities, and patients. Individuals from organisations, whether members of the RCGP or not, are also encouraged to apply.

The deadline for initial expressions of interest is Wednesday 31 January 2018.

For further information or to propose a new CIRC project, visit, email, or call 020 3188 7597.

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