Improving healthcare through research and teaching
The Centre for Academic Primary Care (CAPC) is a leading centre for primary care research in the UK, one of nine forming the NIHR School for Primary Care Research. It sits within Bristol Medical School, an internationally recognised centre of excellence for population health research and teaching.
GPs who get involved in training tomorrow's doctors find the experience rewarding and inspiring.
- New study aims to better understand the role of food allergy testing in childhood eczema 25 April 2018
- Professor John Macleod wins large MRC grant for groundbreaking mental health research project 20 April 2018
- Buprenorphine may be a safer opioid substitute than methadone but only if treatment duration is longer, study suggests 20 April 2018
We conduct high quality research within a number of themes relating to primary care and general practice with a multidisciplinary approach.
The Centre for Academic Primary Care is involved in many different points in the MB ChB curriculum, across the five academic years and according to two teaching themes.
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