For our latest medical research project, we're collaborating with the School of Primary Care Research at the University of Nottingham and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to undertake primary care research into genetic haemochromatosis.

We're working with the Primary Care Stratified Medicine (PRISM) research group on a new project to improve the diagnosis of genetic haemochromatosis in primary care through the development and validation of a case-finding algorithm in primary care electronic health records.

The project aims to use electronic health records to extensively investigate the interaction that patients have with health services many years before their diagnosis of haemochromatosis, with a view to developing a predictive tool that could aid earlier diagnosis of patients with the condition.

The project will start in Autumn 2022 and run for 3 years.