Clinical and Research
The Clinical Innovation and Research Centre (CIRC) improves how GPs deliver patient care at an individual and national level. From improving end of life care services to communities in the North East to keeping the population safe from infectious diseases across England.
Working with our 50,000 members, we are leading on transformative change to ensure that primary care is clinically effective and sustainable for the future.
The objectives for CIRC, underpinned by research, are:
- Effective promotion of Clinical Innovation to improve patient care
- Effective promotion of Clinical Quality Improvement to improve patient care
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Our programmes aim to raise the profile and awareness of important clinical areas in general practice and across primary care
We offer a range of clinical resources to support GPs, other healthcare professionals and patients
Access the College's monthly Clinical News with a different focus each month on general practice research and innovation issues
Treat Antibiotics Responsibly Guidance and Education Tools. TARGET Toolkit for General Practice
The latest resources for GPs and other healthcare professionals on patient online access
Recognising and sharing innovative work by GPs. Bright ideas should inspire GPs to take up practices successfully used elsewhere and encourage them to try new ideas
These toolkits act as a central hub of resources to assist in the delivery of safe and effective care to patients