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How GPs help us monitor the spread of flu and the effectiveness of vaccines

Established in 1957, the Royal College of GPs Research and Surveillance Centre is one of Europe’s oldest general practice sentinel networks. It is an active research and surveillance unit that collects and monitors data from over 2000 practices across England and Wales.

The RCGP collaborates with the University of Oxford, and UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) in the running of the RSC, and in this blog we will explore the importance of surveillance data how it underpins our understanding of our health across the nation.

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