'Reconnecting Academic Primary Care in the SW region'
REGISTRATION TO ATTEND IS NOW OPEN using the on-line form.
Colleagues, we have missed you!
Not wanting the matter of a global pandemic to stand in the way of catching up on all things research we are hosting a virtual SWSAPC meeting on Thursday the 18th March 2021. Join us for a day of presentations, plenaries, panels and reconnection.
Primary care has been turned upside down in 2020. The way patients access primary care has radically changed, as has whether patients access it at all. Primary care staff are under pressure, and primary care studies have had to adapt to the changing landscape. Let’s get together and discuss the research we are doing, and what the key challenges are at this unprecedented time. We hope to leave you feeling ready for the future.
*** The call for abstracts is now CLOSED ***
CONFIRMED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AS FOLLOWS:
- Dr Mike Tildesley, University of Warwick Reader in Infectious Disease Modelling and Deputy Director of the Zeeman Institute for Systems Biology and Infectious Disease Epidemiology Research and member of the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Modelling group (SPI-M), the modelling subgroup of SAGE
- Prof Sue Ziebland, University of Oxford, Professor of Medical Sociology and Director of Research for Patient Benefit programme, NIHR
- Dr Felix Greaves, NICE and Imperial College London, Director for Science, Evidence and Analytics at NICE, Clinical Senior Lecturer and Imperial College London and Public Health Doctor
A draft programme will be added to this page early in 2021.
We are particularly keen to welcome early career researchers to submit their work, recognising that for many PhD students and junior researchers, there has not been the opportunity to share work with others.
Dr Helen Atherton
SWSAPC 2021 Chair
IMPORTANT: We are not charging a delegate fee for this event. In lieu we would ask you to consider either
- taking up or renewing your membership of the Society for Academic Primary Care or
- making a donation to SAPC using online-banking. Please contact Helen McGowan at email@example.com to obtain bank details. A receipt can be issued for expense claim purposes.