A periodic look into what the team at SAPC is upto.
A message from your Co Chairs:
Festive greetings after a year of change
Another year is coming to an end, and it’s a chance to reflect on what has been a time of important change in SAPC.
Dr Rachel Spencer
A blog to let you all know all about what is going on with the SIGs and how important they are to the success of your society.
A blog post by Dr Jenny Blythe
A blog by Dr Nicola Cooper-Moss and Dr Hassan Awan
5th August 2022
Primary care is the first point of contact for people experiencing mental health problems, and high quality research into this area remains a huge priority. The Primary Care Mental Health (PCMH) research conference has run for a number of years now, and has for the last couple of years been supported by SAPC and the Mental Health Special Interest Group.
Around a year ago, I wrote some reflections on my experience of the SAPC Annual Scientific Meeting. From my somewhat damp basement. It was something I really enjoyed, and a testament to the huge amount of hard work put in to organising it by colleagues in Leeds. This year, the conference was also in the North of England – this time in Preston. But more importantly – in real life.
Hello, I am Eduard, a clinical academic and GP in Liverpool with a cardiology background interest in ageing, multimorbidity and frailty. I believe that artificial intelligence (AI) has huge potential for supporting primary care. I keep waiting but have also worked with data scientists designing a number of research projects. This has changed my simplistic perception of this field and made me reflect on how to work better together.
11th March 2022