The Exchange Surgery supports clinical research and would like to encourage patients to join relevant trails. 

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Would you like to reduce your smoking, but aren’t ready to quit? Why not join a study which
may help? Researchers at St George’s University in Tooting, South London, are looking for
smokers to take part in their trial of physical activity and reduction of smoking (TARS study).
If you enrol and are in the intervention group you will be offered up to 8 sessions with a
health trainer to help you to increase your physical activity and reduce your smoking. We
have had very positive feedback from participants, “activity will curb smoking” and “with
exercise comes less smoking”. You could also receive £40 in shopping vouchers for
completing the study. For more information, please contact Mary on 07896 934108 or email



Message from the Clinical Research Team:

Using Deep LEARNing to Predict MOOD Changes in Patients with Depression (LEARN-MOOD)

We would like to invite you to take part in our study looking at whether we are able to detect mood changes in patients with depression using data collected from wristwatch fitness trackers. 

Who are we looking for?

We are looking to recruit people with a diagnosis of depression and who are currently taking a stable dose of an SSRI (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors) antidepressant medication. Potential participants must also be aged between 18 and 65 years old, own a smartphone, have access to the internet and have an active email address.

What does participation involve?

This study will involve taking part in some online video-call assessments where we will ask you about your mental health experiences, completing some online questionnaires throughout the duration of the study and wearing a wristwatch fitness tracker for a period of three months. 


We will give you a £40 Amazon voucher to thank you for your time. 

How can I register my interest?

Please email us at with your mobile number and some times that you are available to be contacted for an initial brief phone conversation (around five minutes).

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