The Primary Care Unit at the University of Cambridge was delighted to host the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) South East conference at Madingley Hall, Cambridge, 23 and 24 January 2020:
‘Academic Primary Care: Optimising Impact’
We aimed to provide delegates with the opportunity to think about how their research can have direct impact on population health and well-being, how patient and public involvement in research can improve results and how medical education can improve healthcare.
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Congratulations to those who won prizes at this conference!
Liza Kirtchuk (KCL): ‘The Medical School as Multiple Communities of Practice: analysis of a longitudinal GP clerkship’.
Gwilym Thomas (University of Cambridge): ‘Why don’t eligible patients take part in a study of screening for atrial fibrillaton?’
Duncan Edwards (University of Cambridge): ‘Characteristics, service use and mortality of clusters of multimorbid patients in England: a population-based study’.
Novice presenter winner
Rebecca Dennison (University of Cambridge) ‘The incidence of type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: A systematic review and metaanalysis in over 280,000 affected women’.
Novice presenter runner-up
Gareth Leung (University of Cambridge): ‘How Describing the Cardiovascular Health of Indigenous Canadians Will Help Advance Primary Care’.
Medical Student winner
Benjamin Paxton (University of Cambridge) ‘Assessing fidelity of delivery of NHS Health Checks in General Practice’.
Medical Student runner-up
Sarah Chitson (KCL): ‘How do women experience the UK cervical screening programme, from receiving an invitation to attending their first smear test? A narrative analysis’.
Poster Prize winner
Juhi Rastogi (UCL): ‘Patient and Public involvement (PPI) in Realist Reviews’.
Poster prize runner-up
Josephine Elliot (UCL): ‘A Scoping Review on Generalism: core concepts to inform clinical training’.