The Tile House Surgery is an accredited research active practice.
Below are details of current research studies which may be of interest to you. All studies have strict inclusion/exclusion criteria so please read the details carefully to ensure you are able to take part.
If you have any questions regarding the study or your suitability to take part please contact the study team direct.
Research Active Information
Join the HIS-UK Study
Southampton University researchers are trying to reduce STIs among young men.
Are you male, aged 16-25 and don’t always use condoms with new or casual partners. If you are and would be interested in earning up to £50 and contributing to public health research, click here for further details: www.his-uk.net
Join the DVA RAPID Study
Imperial College London Department of Primary Care & Public Health is conducting a study to investigate public knowledge & perceptions of domestic violence & abuse in the community setting. Domestic violence & abuse (DVA) is on the increase & we are keen to raise public awareness & support for victims of abuse. The questionnaire should not take you more than 10 minutes. This survey is anonymous, therefore we will not be able to identify any individuals who disclose abuse. For further details click here.
Join the LISTEN Study
The LISTEN trial is a randomised trial that aims to compare the LISTEN intervention, a personalised self-management support approach for people with long COVID to the usual long COVID care available in the NHS. We are particularly interest in the impact on the way people cope with their daily lives. For further details click here.
Join the PROFILE Study
Researchers at The Institute of Cancer Research, London are seeking men aged 40 to 69 of either African or Caribbean descent to take part in a study investigating the role genetic testing has in the development of screening programmes for prostate cancer detection. For further details click here.
Researchers at The Institute of Cancer Research, London are seeking men aged 40 to 69 years of age with a family history of prostate cancer to take part in a study to investigate the role genetic testing has in the development of screening programmes for prostate cancer detection. For further details click here.
Join the PANORAMIC Study
PANORAMIC is about finding new effective antiviral treatments for COVID-19.
They are aiming to find antiviral treatments to improve symptoms early and reduce hospital admissions for people with COVID-19.
Join Dementia Research
Join Dementia Research is designed to match people to appropriate research studies using their personal information. Current research ranges from clinical studies of new treatments to surveys aiming to improve quality of life for people with dementia and their carers.