SAPC North 2020

Regional meeting

12 November 2020 at Zoom

CHAMPIONING THE KNOWLEDGE WORK OF PRIMARY CARE

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: CLICK HERE

SAPC North will be held as a one day on-line meeting using Zoom on 12th November 2020.

We welcome educators, researchers, clinicians and students to join us for a celebration of primary care scholarship.

The conference aims to:

  • raise the profile of the knowledge work we do - our work to discover, create, apply and teach new knowledge for primary healthcare
  • help you connect with other people working in primary care - researchers, educators and clinicians
  • and so contribute to boosting the impact of our work

We are inviting abstracts for: a) project presentations (education, research, quality improvement, including student projects); b) workshops; c) a Masterclass on writing a Research Question. Further details on all of these can be found here

Abstract submission deadline: midnight on 7th October 2020.

Further details of the meeting, including how to submit an abstract can be found here.

Registration will open shortly.

Contact: Ali Waring for more details and/or to go on our email list to receive updates and more information.

Speakers

Do we still need academic primary care? A panel discussion
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Schedule

Day 1 : Thursday 12th November

9:30am–10:00am

Celebrating Primary Care Scholarship

We start with a welcome to the meeting and an outline of the day ahead.

10:10am–11:10am
A1 Research Talks TBC
A2 Education Talks TBC
A3 Workshop Talks TBC
11:10am–11:30am

COFFEE

11:30am–12:30pm

Panel Discussion: Do we still need Academic Primary Care?

Join Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard and colleagues in a lively debate on the future direction of our discipline.

12:30pm–13:00pm

LUNCH

13:00pm–14:00pm
B1 Research Talks TBC
B2 Education Talks TBC
B3 Workshop Talks TBC
14:00pm–14:15pm

COFFEE

14:15pm–15:15pm

MASTERCLASS: Writing a Research Question

15:30pm–16:00pm

CHAMPIONING PRIMARY CARE KNOWLEDGE WORK

Learning from today: what can we take forward. Prizes.

Venue

Zoom

We’ll be meeting on-line this year, so we’re trying out some new ways of working. The main goal is to create a space for as many people as possible to meet together, to share your work, discuss ideas, and so start conversations that  can continue beyond the time we spend together on-line. But the programme might look a little different.

Conference team