Below is a list of current SPCR funded projects please click on the link for more information.

Assessing dementia risk in general practice: A qualitative study of the attitudes and views of patients and the public

Exploring the relationship between frailty, multi-morbidity and the use of healthcare resource by the very old

Can a frailty index be used in primary care practice to improve prognostication at the end of life

The role of primary care in liver disease: Early detection and end of life care? A qualitative study of the perceptions of primary health care professionals

Collaborating with patients to improve patient safety in primary care

Newcastle 85+ study: Biological, clinical and psychological factors associated with health ageing.  10 year follow up - determinants and burden of differing health trajectories in the very old

Understanding the volume and content of general practice consultations: the 5th National Morbidity Study

Improving identification of familial hypercholesterolaemia in primary care using a new case assessment tool (FAMCAT)

Acceptability and feasibility of a new weight specific quality of life measure as a screening tool in primary care (WAItE)

Clinical system-generated alerts to improve GP practice for patients with low health literacy and numeracy: a feasibility study

Disease, participation and loneliness

Is prevention better than cure dementia risk reduction in primary care

Health and wellbeing in care homes what we can learn from existing longitudinal studies?

Improving the evidence-base for primary care - NIHR Evidence Synthesis working group

Reducing malnutrition and frailty in older people in primary care: understanding the impact of oral health in later life

Experiencing health at 95+: Qualitative interview study with surviving participants from 85+ study

Uncovering ways in which carers of very old people with multiple conditions can be supported to maintain their own physical and psychological wellbeing: a qualitative interview study

Understanding multimorbidity, frailty and disability trajectories in the very old: A longitudinal study in primary care