To promote research incorporating health behaviour change in primary care.
Special interest groups
SAPC hosts and supports a number of Special Interest Groups (SIGs). SIGs are an important part of our work to achieve impact through collaboration
Dr Jo Protheroe, SAPC Treasurer is our SIGs lead. Here she describes how we support our SIGs and how you can get involved.
To find out more about setting up a new SIG, click here
Click on each of the titles below to read more about the SIGs that we currently support
To develop innovative research ideas, collaborations and networks for primary care cancer researchers
- To identify shared interests in primary care cardiovascular research
- To promote collaborative working across institutions
- To support group members’ research proposal
- To provide a resource for members planning or conducting primary care cardiovascular research; the group may offer:
- Informal comment on research ideas and early stage proposals
- Peer review of proposals
- Support in design and development of projects
- Identification of potential collaborators
To raise awareness of compassion in health care and its implications for health care education in primary care.
To promote conversation-analytic research within primary care.
Academic Primary Dental Care group
Aims and objectives
To develop an academic platform for collaborative partnerships across primary care so as to nurture academic careers in primary dental care.
To promote research into the prevention, diagnosis and management of the skin problems commonly seen in primary care
Bringing together researchers and clinicians interested in the application of digital technologies in the delivery of primary care.
The SAPC Education Research Special Interest Group is a community of people whose interests range across teaching and research expertise in primary care.
The genetics group was formed in 2012 to create a forum for sharing information and news in genetics in primary care