SAPC News & current events

2016 Annual Education, Research and Innovation Symposium

Warwick Medical School are proud to be hosting the 2016 Annual Education, Research and Innovation Symposium at Warwick University, in partnership with the RCGP Midlands Faculty. This is a must-attend event for students, GP registrars and GPs...

SAPC Hot Topic: Developing primary care educational research

Education and teaching lie at the heart of excellence in primary care. In this Hot Topic piece , Dr Sophie Park and colleagues discuss the importance of educational research in tackling the challenges and opportunities offered by a changing primary...

SAPC Hot Topic: reflections on the 2011 ASM

Here , primary care academics reflect on moments from the 2011 SAPC Conference which made them “stop and think” – in ways in which the conference showcased SAPC goal to advance primary care through education and research. Attendees highlighted the...

Getting on in academic primary care

At the 2015 Annual Conference, we launched a new series of SAPC preconference career workshops - offering practical support for the challenges of our daily work. We ran two workshops this year: 'Getting on in academic primary care' was co-hosted by...

APC making a difference: tackling domestic violence

SAPC champions expertise in education and research driving constant improvement in primary care provision. The impact of our work was celebrated in the latest University Research Excellence review. The IRIS study run by the University of Bristol...

Dangerous Ideas Soapbox winner 2014

Resistant superbugs and the potential of the microbiome Our 2014 soapbox winners proposed that we address the global threat of antibiotic resistance with the Krapsule!

Yvonne Carter Award 2016 now open for applications

An annual award of £1000 is offered to support the international development of promising researchers in primary care. It is intended to enable the award winner to have the opportunity to develop international networks and partnerships by meeting...

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