SPCR showcase: Promoting excellence and impact
Friday, 26 September 2014
Hosted by School for Primary Care Research
The second SPCR showcase will highlight key primary care research from across the eight member departments at the universities of Birmingham, Bristol, Keele, Manchester, Nottingham, Oxford, Southampton and UCL. The event brings together SPCR researchers and trainees, the NIHR and healthcare practitioners, offering a unique platform for networking and the discussion of key research and findings.
Trish Greenhalgh "Research impact: defining it, measuring it, maximising it, questioning it."
Carol Coupland "Antidepressant use and the risk of cardiovascular outcomes: a cohort study using a primary care database."
Clare Taylor "Incidence and Survival of Patients with a First Diagnostic Label of Heart Failure in General Practice."
10.00 - Registration
10.30 - Welcome from SPCR Director Richard Hobbs
10.40 - Keynote by Trish Greenhalgh
11.15 - Parallel sessions
12.15 - Lunch and posters
13.15 - Parallel sessions
14.15 - Plenary: Carol Coupland
14.45 - Plenary: Clare Taylor
15.15 - Panel discussion
16.00 - Summing up and poster prize
16.15 - Tea
The venue of the showcase is the newly built state of the art Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. We will have six break away rooms where themed oral presentations will be held. The keynote, plenary and panel discussions will be held in Lecture Theatre 1.
There is no parking in central Oxford and we advise you to either use public transport or park in one of Oxford's park and ride locations on the outskirts of town. Map of Oxford with directions from the train station.
Please contact the School for further information by emailing Kate Farrington: email@example.com