Developing research management and governance capacity in primary care organizations: transferable learning from a qualitative evaluation of UK pilot sites.

@article{Shaw2004DevelopingRM,
  title={Developing research management and governance capacity in primary care organizations: transferable learning from a qualitative evaluation of UK pilot sites.},
  author={Sara E Shaw and Fraser Macfarlane and Colin Greaves and Yvonne H Carter},
  journal={Family practice},
  year={2004},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={92-8}
}
BACKGROUND The capacity and capabilities for undertaking primary care research have increased both within and outside of the UK in recent years. The UK Department of Health aims to facilitate this further by establishing a national network of primary care organizations (PCOs) ready to act as hosts for shared research governance systems. However, it is unclear which models offer the most effective option. In addition, there is confusion over new processes and concern that researchers may be… CONTINUE READING

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