2019 prize winners

Prizes presented in the final plenary session of the 48th SAPC ASM on Friday 5th July 2019, Exeter


Principal investigator’s inaugural award

Christian Mallen

Awarded for: exceptional support, leadership and encouragement for his team through the highs and lows of research, careers and life


Poster prizes


Do digital interventions for parents of children with acute illnesses improve treatment seeking behaviour?

Presenter: Emily Donovan, University of Southampton


Development and validation of the Cambridge Multimorbidity Score

Presenter: Rupert Payne, University of Bristol




Culturally adapting cognitive tests for ethnic minorities: an illustration using the Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination III for British Urdu speakers

Presenter: Nadine Mirza, University of Manchester




Awakening critical consciousness: opportunities in general practice teaching

Presenter: Annalisa Manca, Queen’s University Belfast


Early Career – 2 prizes

1st Prize, NAPCRG SAPC Junior Travel Award


Professional drivers exposure to black carbon in London, the diesel exposure mitigation study

Presenter: Lois Holliday, Queen Mary University London

2nd Prize SAPC Early Career


A mixed methods systematic review of the effects of patient online self-diagnosing in the “smartphone society” on the healthcare professional-patient relationship and medical authority

Presenter: Annabel Farnood, University of Glasgow


Senior prizes for distinguished presentation slots at NAPCRG and AAAPC


NAPCRG – November 2019 in Toronto


Organising polypharmacy: unpacking medicines, unpacking meanings

Presenter: Deborah Swinglehurst, Queen Mary University London


AAAPC – Australasian Association for Academic Primary Care – August 2020 Gold Coast


Rheumatological conditions as risk factors for self-harm: a retrospective cohort study

Presenter: James Prior, University of Keele