SAPC ASM 2018 prizes

Many thanks to co-chairs Professors Steph Taylor and Anita Berlin and Scientific Programme Chair, Dr Deborah Swinglehurst and everyone on the planning and programme teams for hosting an excellent SAPC ASM 2018 in London (10-12 July). 

Congratulations to all our prize winners:

NAPCRG/SAPC Senior Award

This paper was later presented as a distinguished paper at NAPCRG 2018

Prize plenary 2: Does a patient-centred approach improve outcomes for people with multimorbidity?  Pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial.

Chris Salisbury (Bristol)

NAPCRG/SAPC junior travel award

4E.5 General Practitioners’ knowledge of and attitude to assessment and management of pain in people with dementia

Aisling Jennings (University College Cork)

Education Prize

1A.6  Emotional responses from medical students provoked by professionalism issues in simulated primary care consultations

Neelam Parmar (Kings College London)

Early career prize

3B.1  How acceptable is a Culturally adapted Manual Assisted Problem solving (C-MAP) intervention for Self-Harm? A qualitative study.

Anna Taylor (Bristol)

Anna was also winner of the RCGP/SAPC elective prize last year and the work from this project was on display as poster 01

Primary Care patients’ knowledge, attitudes and beliefs around the use of self-help strategies in the management of subthreshold depressive symptoms: a qualitative study.

Methodology Prize

1D.4  Implementation failure or intervention failure? Process evaluation findings from the 3D study

Cindy Mann (Bristol)

Poster prizes

Session 1 (Wednesday)

P1.39  Adherence to direct oral anticoagulants for non-valvular atrial fibrillation in real world settings: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Meredith Hawking (Queen Mary University London)

Session 2 (Thursday)

P2.18  How do homeless women conceptualise access to and experience of antenatal and postnatal care in Sheffield?

Anna Seddon (Sheffield)