National Academic GP Training Conference 2022
Thursday, 31 March 2022 to Friday, 01 April 2022
31st March and 1st April 2022
09:30 – 16:00
Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge
We are pleased to return to a face-to-face conference in Spring 2022, showcasing the breadth of academic primary care research from the application of basic science within general practice to patient engagement, preventative medicine, health policy, and global health. The conference will bring together primary care researchers from across the UK at all career stages, providing the perfect forum for dissemination and discussion of all aspects of primary care research. There will be four keynote speakers sharing their expertise with us and workshops focusing on academic careers, medical education, publishing, and wellbeing. There will be ample opportunity to share your own ideas and research with your academic peers via poster and oral presentations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
For early career researchers, clinical fellows, GP trainees, foundation doctors & medical students.
KEY NOTE SPEAKERS AND WORKSHOPS
There will be ample opportunity to share ideas and research with your academic peers. Abstract submissions for poster and oral presentations have now closed.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN - BOOK TICKETS!
2 day conference £200
2 day conference with dinner and drinks reception £250
The closing date for booking tickets is Monday 7th March 2022.
Accommodation is available to book at Murray Edwards College at additional cost.
Delegates: please use promotion code ACF2022
KEEP IN TOUCH
Keynote speakers, abstract submission guidance and all other conference information will be posted on our webpage.
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To reduce the impact of COVID-19 on our conference, delegates will be asked to lateral flow test before attending the event.
Masks will be required in indoor spaces (unless exempt), and numbers in the venue will be reduced to permit increased social distancing.