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Praise for fine research record at north Norfolk medical practice

PUBLISHED: 20:11 28 November 2017 | UPDATED: 20:11 28 November 2017

Dr Carsten Dernedde, sister Caroline Mansfield and assistant practice manager Christopher Wright from Hoveton and Wroxham Medical Centre. The practice has been honoured for its research work.
Picture: Courtesy Hoveton and Wroxham Medical Centre

Dr Carsten Dernedde, sister Caroline Mansfield and assistant practice manager Christopher Wright from Hoveton and Wroxham Medical Centre. The practice has been honoured for its research work. Picture: Courtesy Hoveton and Wroxham Medical Centre

A north Norfolk medical practice has been honoured for the amount of research its practitioners have undertaken.

Hoveton and Wroxham Medical Centre in Stalham Road, Hoveton, has been granted ‘highly commended status’ by the The Royal College of General Practitioners and the National Institute for Health Research.

The research team at the practice, led by Dr Carsten Dernedde, sister Caroline Mansfield and assistant practice manager Christopher Wright said they wanted to thank all of their patients, who over the past 10 years, have given up their time to take part in primary care research.

The research projects mainly originate from universities from across the UK, which help to inform clinical options.

The practice has been supported by the National Institute of Health Research and Clinical the Research Network Eastern.

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