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University support in Kyrgyzstan
The research conducted by The University of Plymouth Primary Care Research Group involves practitioners, and members of the public, who are instrumental in helping to develop focused research questions and in designing projects.
A range of research qualitative and quantitative methods are used to solve pressing and often complex research problems. The research is often directed towards those individuals who are the most excluded or disempowered, have mental health problems and have difficulty accessing services.
The University of Plymouth is leading on several projects within the IPCRG FRESH AIR programme including the pulmonary rehabilitation projects in remote settings, starting in mountain villages in Crete and progressing to remote high altitude nomadic communities in Kyrgyz Republic and rural communities in Vietnam.