SAPC ASM 2022 - UCLan
50th Annual Scientific Meeting
50th Annual Scientific Meeting of the SAPC
Monday 4th to Wednesday 6th July 2022
DOI reference for abstracts and talks: 10.37361/asm.2022.1.1
Publication date – 9th August 2022
Volume 1, Edition 1
Place of publication – https://sapc.ac.uk – Oxford
Copyright belongs to the authors of the individual abstracts under the creative commons license
Presenters and chairs
Venue and accommodation information can be found here
Theme: Recovery and Innovation
We look forward to welcoming you in person to SAPC's 50th Annual Scientific Meeting.
The dates for the SAPC ASM 2022 have been chosen carefully to avoid a direct clash with the ASME conference (6th-8th July) and WONCA Europe in London (28th June - 1st July).
We are looking forward to welcoming everyone to University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) campus in Preston in 2022. Obviously subject to risk assessment, we are hoping to see everyone in person and there is so much to look forward to.
This will be a special celebratory event, the 50th SAPC conference. In addition to this special occasion and we are delighted that we are collaborating with ASME to organise a joint session between the two conferences on the morning of Wednesday 6th July.
The themes for the conference will focus on recovery and Innovation.
Like life generally, research and education as we know it, has had to take a back seat over the last year but the response to the crisis has highlighted the tremendous resilience and ability to innovate (rather like the virtual conference this year) and we hope to capture examples of these at the conference.
UCLan is unique in not only in having a medical and dental school but also school of ophthalmology, pharmacy, nursing and soon a veterinary school along with a track record of strong links with primary and social care.
We hope to provide a learning event fit for the occasion and opportunity to have some fun!
Donations to charity and helping
At previous ASMs we have encouraged donations to charity and we would like to continue this at ASM 2022. Please consider giving to your favourite charity or local charities/organisations that support those with learning disabilities, health inequalities and the homeless. Homeless Aid operates in the North West.
In addition if you wish to support tree planting and re-forestation in the UK please visit the Woodland Trust or Trees for Cities. Or click here for worldwide projects. If you wish to know more about what you can do to be greener in your practice visit the Greener Practice website.
SAPC ASM 2022 Chair
Day 1 : Monday 4th July
10:30 Registration desks open
11:00-17:00 HOTs Heads of Teaching, break for lunch 12:30-14:00 (Education research SIG Tuesday 14:00)
12:45-15:30 HODs Heads of Departments
14:00-15:30 Mackenzie Group
Special Interest Group (SIG) meetings – please see the SIG’s page for details of contacts
SIG session 1
- Palliative care – Sarah Mitchell
- Sexual and reproductive health – Richard Ma
- Women’s health – Sharon Dixon/Sarah Hillman
SIG session 2
- Cardiovascular - Chris Clark
- PPI – Rebecca Morris
- Quality and safety improvement in primary care – Peter Edwards/Ian Bennett-Britton
SIG session 3
- Prescribing and medication optimisation - Ian Maidment/Rupert Payne
- Digital technology – Helen Atherton
- Learning disabilities and autism – Umesh Chauhan
- Mental health – Katrina Turner/Carolyn Chew-Graham
- Physical activity/Exercise as medicine – Emma Healey
Breaking the cycle of inequalities: Doing things differently in research and in primary care for people with a learning disability.
Dr Amy M Russell
Welcome drinks and buffet
The Student Centre, University Square
43 Adelphi St, Fylde Rd, Preston PR1 7DP
Campus map orange zone building STU
Please make your own way there, the Student Centre
Food is provided so no need to dine out afterwards unless you wish to.
Day 2 : Tuesday 5th July
PHoCuS meeting (primary healthcare scientists) with coffee and pastries
09:20 Plenary 1
Most Distinguished Papers from AAAPC (Australisia) and NAPCRG (USA)
Coffee and poster viewing
LUNCH and poster viewing/discussion
Discussion 13:00-13:20 at ePoster stations:
A Patient experience - discussant Ian Maidment
P1.2A.1 Edith F Chikumbu
P1.2A.2 John Broughan
P1.2A.3 Georgia Smith
P1.2A.4 Eleanor Southgate
B Improving long term care - discussant Clare Taylor
P1.2B.1 Clare Taylor
P1.2B.2 Steph Taylor
P1.2B.3 Liza Bowen
P1.2B.4 Mariam Sewaha
Discussion 13:30-13.40 - discussant Emma Healey
P1.2C.1 Kate Henry
P1.2C.2 Karen Wood
Guided walk of Winckley Square and Avenham and Miller Parks.
17:10 meet at the registration desk in Harrington. The walk will finish at the Sir Tom Finney Sports Centre, Marsh Lane, PR1 2HE - campus map blue zone building STF
Distance: 3.5 km - please wear comfortable shoes.
The walk will include Winckley Square, which is one of the finest examples of a Georgian squares in the North West and the Victorian Avenham and Miller Parks designed and created by Edward Milner during the 1860s. Avenham Park, together with Miller Park, is probably one of the best surviving examples of his work today.
The Ivory Tower, Corn Exchange, Lune Street PR1 2NL
Please make your own way to the Ivory Tower, it is located above Bar Restaurant 1842 at the Corn Exchange and approximately 15 minutes’ walk from Harrington Building.
Drinks on arrival, a three course meal with wine followed by coffee.
Entertainment from the magnificent “Dame” Burley Chassis and dancing afterwards to the Soul Convicts.
Dress as you wish
Day 3 : Wednesday 6th July
Yoga session - Are You Mind Body Aware? Discover Yoga for Your Wellbeing. at The Sir Tom Finney Sports Centre
Places limited so please sign up at the registration desk
SAPC - 50 years of ASMs and joint session with ASME
Chairs: Carolyn Chew-Graham and Umesh Chauhan
11:00 Celebrating 50 years of Annual Scientific Meetings
Carolyn Chew-Graham and George Freeman
11:10 SAPC/ASME Joint session Innovation in education
Professor Joanne Reeve, Professor of Primary Care at Hull York Medical School
Dr Hugh Alberti, Sub Dean for Primary and Community Care, in the School of Medical Education at Newcastle University
12:20 ASME winning presentation in primary care
Catherine Chapman, University of Cardiff
12:30 SAPC winning presentation in education
Helen Miles and Abhi Jones, UCLan
13:00-13:50 SAPC update and AGM Harrington Lecture Theatre, packed lunch available near the Lecture Theatre entrace
AWARD WINNERS SESSION
HA Lecture Theatre
Chairs: Rupert Payne and Duncan Shrewsbury
SAPC/RCGP Awards for Outstanding Early Career Researcers
Joint winners of the GP award
16:05 Understanding advocacy in general practice: learning from the Deep End
David Blane, Glasgow
16:15 Pharmacist-prescriber partnerships in South African primary care
Oliver van Hecke, Oxford
SAPC doctoral prize winners
16:35 The diagnostic utility of inflammatory markers in primary care: a mixed methods study
Jessica Watson, Bristol
16:40 Understanding Access to General Practice
Jennifer Voorhees, Manchester
16:50 SAPC/RCGP elective prize winners 2021
Ellie Read and David Simmonds, SGUL
PRIZE GIVING SESSION
Registration will take place in the Harrington Building on UCLan's Preston Campus. Address: Harrington Building, Victoria Street, Preston PR1 7QS
View SAPC ASM 2022 venues in Google Maps
Visit the Preston Campus page and keep scrolling down for "How to find us"
Recommended taxis: Miller tel: 01772 884000
Hotel and student accommodation - click here
If you are driving to UCLan parking is available in car park 9, Fylde Road PR1 2XN, in the green zone of the campus map. Tickets can be purchased when you register on-line or later if you have already registered - click here. A permit must be displayed.
In and around Preston
Preston - links to city centre maps (note the Harris Museum is closed for a number of years for refurbishment)
Welcome drinks and buffet Monday 4th July (18.30-20.00) at the Student Centre, University Square, Preston
Conference dinner Tuesday 5th July (19.30-midnight) at The Ivory Tower, Corn Market Building, Preston