One in a Million: Primary care consultations archive
Around one million GP consultations happen in England every working day, addressing multiple problems. Despite this, studies of what goes on during these encounters are uncommon.
Funded by the NIHR School for Primary Care Research and the South-West GP Trust, the Bristol Archive Project aimed to create an archive of high quality video recordings of primary care consultations, plus linked survey and electronic patient records data with permissions in place for reuse by other bonafide researchers and for future research and training purposes. This dataset is now known as the 'One in a Million primary care consultations archive'.
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One in a Million Management Committee
Dr Rebecca K. Barnes (Project Lead, Associate Professor, University of Oxford)
Professor Chris Salisbury (Professor of Primary Health Care)
Professor Matthew Ridd (Professor of Primary Health Care)
Dr Barbara Caddick (Archive Support)