Ten bursaries are availbe for Tamar Faculty members wishing to attend the SAPC ASM 2019 conference, 3-5 July, University of Exeter. Requests will be considered on a first come first served basis with proof of purchase of a conference ticket. Successful applicants will be given a cheque for £100 on arrival at the conference.
For Senior Academic General Practitioners
The 2019 round of Clinical Excellence Awards (CEAs) opened on 7th February and the final ACCEA submission deadline is 5pm on Thursday 4th April 2019.
SAPC is a nominating body for senior academic general practitioners for the Clinical Excellence Awards at national level.
Bursaries for attendance are available:
Tamar Faculty Bursaries
SAPC offers £100 bursaries for delegates attending the annual scientific meeting each year.
Deadline: end of May each year
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. This may be in the form of research, audit or educational innovation.
Find out more on this page
Deadline for nominations 31st January
Criteria/purpose of the award
The John Fry Award is an award by nomination normally presented each year by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), in consultation with the Society of Academic Primary Care (SAPC). SAPC recommendations must be sent to RCGP by the end of March.
Closing date each year: 31st January
Professor Yvonne Carter CBE was an outstanding and inspirational leader who had a remarkable impact on academic general practice. To commemorate her contribution to primary care research the Royal College of General Practitioners, through its Scientific Foundation Board, and the Society for Academic Primary Care have jointly instituted the Yvonne Carter Award for Outstanding New Researcher. The award of £1000 is made annually.