'Reconnecting Academic Primary Care in the SW region'
On the 18th of March we successfully welcomed colleagues from across the south west for a one-day, on-line conference aimed at helping us to reconnect with one another and share our work. 160 delegates registered and, while it was not quite the conference we had been scheduled to host in 2021 at Scarman, it was a new and interesting experience!
Keynote Speakers - recordings of keynote presentations are posted in the SW SAPC 2021 General channel in Teams
- 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
Best Oral Presentation by an ECR - MadeleineTremblett, University of Oxford
'The impact of words chosen to describe obesity on patient engagement with brief weight loss advice'
Best Poster Presentation by an ECR - Roger Yau, University of Warwick
'Associations between socioeconomic deprivation and pharmaceutical prescribing in primary care in England'
Best e-Poster by an ECR - Samantha Hornsey, University of Southampton
'A qualitative study exploring parental online forum discussions about the management of children’s sleep problems, online, in the community and in primary care'