Research projects are vital in supporting the advancement of medical science. In primary care, we are actively supporting clinical research studies. Clinical research is vital for innovation and to maintain and enhance high standards of patient care in the NHS. The ultimate benefit of clinical research is to gain access to new treatments, interventions and medicines. Modality Partnership supports these studies through participating in research across all of our sites nationwide.

We are proud to support finding better ways to diagnose and treat medical conditions, and improve the kind of care we offer our patients.

Many of these studies involve developing diagnostic tests and treatments which would not be available otherwise.


A recent example is our collaboration with where we tested the use of a smartphone enabled home albumin screening technology for people with diabetes.  This was recognised by Health Service Journal as the Primary Care Innovation of the Year in 2019.

We are also delighted to be a winner of British Medical Journal Awards 2020 for Diagnostics Team of the Year, along with our partners Healthly io

Though we weren't able to celebrate in person, we tuned in from home. You can watch this announcement in the video clip.