The New England General Practice Research Network (NEGPRN) is a practice-based research network in the New England and North West region of NSW.

The aim of the NEGPRN is to improve patient health outcomes through primary care-based research in general practices in this region.

Our activities will build the capacity of community-based clinicians to develop, undertake and implement research.

The NEGPRN is funded by NSW Regional Health Partners in collaboration with the University of New England and University of Newcastle.

Benefits of belonging to NEGPRN

All health care professionals are welcome to join – membership is free. As you participate in the Network you will have the opportunity to:

  • Improve health outcomes for patients
  • Contribute to research by posing questions of importance within your own clinical care
  • Access to relevant education and training for CPD points
  • Add research experience to your professional resume
  • Generate Quality Improvement activities for your practice to qualify for PIP Quality Improvement Incentive payments
  • Connect with peers and network with others interested in research in the region
  • Help develop a culture of quality improvement in your practice
  • Build capacity and career progression opportunities in general practice in our region