Established in 1996, these annual awards are given to recognise an individual or group of researchers who have undertaken and published an exceptional piece of research relating to general practice or primary care.
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We are offering a prize for Medical students which will enhance their CV - this award is open to Medical students and Foundation Year 1 doctors
The SAPC Doctoral prize is open to health service researchers and clinical academics, within 18 months of their PhD or Doctorate being awarded.
Call for grant applications now open: Apply for research grants of up to £30,000 from the RCGP
Prize winners for the awards and prizes listed are selected from presentations of abstracts submitted to the SAPC annual scientific meeting in July.
SAPC is offering £100 bursaries for qualifying delegates to attend the ASM.
An annual prize of £500 is awarded for the best proposal by a medical student for an elective based in Primary Care/General Practice which includes a significant academic element.
The John Fry Award is presented to a Member or Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners, who has promoted the discipline of general practice through research and scholarship.