RAPCI project summary reports

The Rapid Covid-19 Intelligence to Improve Primary Care Response (RAPCI) Project is examining the changing demands on GP practices across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire during the COVID-19 pandemic. It will investigate common challenges and innovative solutions that practices have devised to cope.

RAPCI Project Summary Report 4 - 31 July 2020 (PDF, 282kB)
This fourth summary report presents qualitative findings from 22 interviews held with GPs and managers from 20 GP practices between 3 and 29 July 2020 and quantitative data extracted from the patient record.

RAPCI Project Summary Report 3 - 10 July 2020 (PDF, 264kB)
This third summary report presents qualitative findings from 20 interviews held with GPs and managers from 20 GP practices between 15 June and 2 July 2020.

RAPCI Project Summary Report 2 - 19 June 2020 (PDF, 593kB)
This second summary report presents qualitative findings from 23 interviews held with GPs and managers from 20 GP practices between 28 May and 13 June 2020. There is a sub-section on perceived impact on health inequalities in this report.

RAPCI Project Summary Report 1 - 5 June 2020 (PDF, 427kB)
This first summary report presents qualitative findings from 22 interviews held with GPs and managers from 14 GP practices between 13 and 17 May 2020. There is a sub-section on new consultation models implemented in this report.

Key words: coronavirus, digital health, general practice, health care, health inequalities, NHS, patients, primary care, service delivery

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