"Is it ok to prank call GPs in the name of research?" | University of Oxford

"Is it ok to prank call GPs in the name of research?"

Dr James Sheppard, MRC Research Fellow, University of Oxford
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17:30 - 18:30
Department for Continuing Education
Rewley House
1 Wellington Square
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Mawby Pavilion

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Lectures and seminars
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Lectures and seminars
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This free lecture is part of the Introduction to Study Design and Research Methods course at the Department for Continuing Education.

Dr James Sheppard is a MRC Research Fellow in the Nuffield Department of Primary Health Care Sciences, University of Oxford. Dr Sheppard's interests are in blood pressure management and cardiovascular disease prevention in Primary Care. As part of his fellowship, Dr Sheppard is carrying out work to improve the diagnosis and management of hypertension in primary care in the Predicting Out-of-Office Blood Pressure in the clinic (PROOF-BP). Dr Sheppard is also a member of the NIHR Stoke Research Network Primary Care Clinical Studies Group and the British Hypertension Society.