2020 SAPC North
CHAMPIONING THE KNOWLEDGE WORK OF PRIMARY CARE
SAPC North was held as a one day on-line meeting using Zoom on 12th November 2020.
Poster Book - click to download (Best viewed in Adobe Reader)
DOI reference: 10.37361/n.2020.1.1
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Parallel session A (3 sessions)
Parallel session B (3 sessions)
The book of abstracts will be published with a DOI reference after the meeting.
ABSTRACT DEADLINE FOR RESEARCH QUESTION MASTERCLASS EXTENDED to 29th October:
An opportunity to bring your project idea to an experienced panel of researchers who will work with you on developing your idea into a focused question. Please submit a 300 word abstract to APC@hyms.ac.uk outlining: Why/how do you think research can help with the problem; What is your draft question; Where are you stuck; and What do you hope to get from the panel.
The conference will welcome educators, researchers, clinicians and students coming together for a celebration of primary care scholarship.
Our aims are 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 invited 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 is still open for the Masterclass (deadline 29th October). Other abstracts are now closed with an exciting programme now being shaped!
Further details of the meeting, including how to submit an abstract for the Masterclass can be found here.
Registration is now open here
Contact: Ali Waring for more details and/or to go on our email list to receive updates and more information.
Day 1 : Thursday 12th November
Celebrating Primary Care Scholarship
We start with a welcome to the meeting and an outline of the day ahead.
Panel Discussion: Where next for Academic Primary Care?
Join Professors Stokes-Lampard, Rosenthal and Foy in a lively debate on the future direction for our discipline, and a few extra surprises!
MASTERCLASS: Writing a Research Question
CHAMPIONING PRIMARY CARE KNOWLEDGE WORK
Learning from today: what can we take forward. Prizes.
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.