SAPC ASM 2020 - Leeds
49th annual scientific meeting
We're sorry that the SAPC ASM 2020 has been cancelled
20th March 2020
We regret to inform you that we have taken the difficult decision of cancelling the 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting due to be held in 15-17th July in Leeds. Although we do not yet know if government restrictions will still be in place in July, we anticipate that our primary care community will still be facing significant challenges within the workplace that they will need to prioritise.
Anyone who has already registered will be contacted by our office to organise a refund for conference attendance and advise you of how to cancel university accommodation.
Finally, we have received approximately 300 submissions for workshops and presentations. Thank you to everyone who has worked so hard to prepare and submit these. We are actively considering how we can acknowledge these submissions, and will update all authors in due course.
We do hope you understand our decision has not been taken lightly. We are reliant on the support of our Society Members at this difficult time. Please take the very best of care for yourselves while COVID-19 runs its course.
With best wishes
Carolyn Chew-Graham (Chair of SAPC),
Sue Richards (Chair of Leeds Organising Committee)
Richard Neal (Chair of Leeds Scientific Committee)
Information for the public on the outbreak of coronavirus, including the current situation in the UK and information about the virus and its symptoms can be found on the gov.uk website.
Abstract submission has now closed (deadline 16th February) - submitters will be notified of the Scientific Programme Committee's decision by the end of April
Hosted by Leeds Institute of Health Sciences @AU_PrimaryCare
Conference chair: Professor Sue Richards
Scientific Programme chair: Professor Richard Neal
The Leeds Institute of Health Sciences, University of Leeds is delighted to be hosting the 49th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC)
We are planning a baby friendly conference.
While you're here discover the City by following the Owl Trail.
Programme and theme
This annual conference showcases the latest research and education in academic primary care from the UK and around the world in keynote presentations, parallel sessions of verbal presentations and workshops and will also feature a creative arts stream.
Our conference theme of ‘Living and Dying Well’ is a celebration of the central role of primary care in maximising wellness for people across their life course. We particularly welcome submissions that map closely to this theme. However, submissions are welcome on any topic relating to research and educational activities in primary care both in the UK and internationally. Please note that we have taken a decision NOT to have any paper posters. We have done this after undertaking some market research. Instead we are welcoming both long (10 min plus 5 min Q&A) and short (3 min plus 2 min Q&A) oral presentations. The programme has been carefully planned, however, to ensure that there will be the same number of total presentation slots at this year’s meeting as there have been in the past.
Day 1 : Wednesday 15th July
HODs and HOTs meetings part 2 (part 1 on Tuesday 14th July 15:30 til 17:30)
Special interest groups
7th Helen Lester Memorial Lecture
Drinks reception at Leeds Art Gallery - dine out afterwards at a restaurant of your choice
Day 2 : Thursday 16th July
PHoCuS breakfast meeting - Primary Healthcare Scientists
Conference dinner at the Refectory on campus
Day 3 : Friday 17th July
Day 4 : Saturday 18th July
Parkrun, Woodhouse Moor
Travelling to the University of Leeds The University is 20 minutes walk from the station
The conference will take place in the Medical Training Centre, Worsley Building Hall, Clarendon Way, Leeds LS2 9LH
Registration will take place in the Airport Lounge, level 7 of the Medical Training Centre in the Worsley Building,
Rooms have been reserved at Storm Jameson Court the flagship campus accommodation with en-suite bedrooms right at the heart of the campus and at the Radisson Blu City Centre.
Owls, art and tours on campus and in the City