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The following oral presentations have been accepted:

Thursday 14 March 14.30 - 15.15

THEME

 

AGEING AND END OF LIFE CARE

FEV1 and baseline saturations may be associated with domain specific cognitive impairment in COPD and the implications of this in primary care.
Charlotte Morris

 

A Review of Facilitators and Barriers to Opioid Access in African and Lower Income Countries
Felicity Knights

 

Improving advanced care planning in the hospital setting and beyond
Agalya Ramanathan 

PRESCRIBING AND CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT

Application of the incremental cost-effectiveness ratio to low-cost, long-term medications: implications for cost-effective prescribing in neuropathic pain
Sam Hodgson

 

Variability in clinicians’ antibiotic prescribing propensity in Out of Hours primary care: A retrospective cohort study in Oxfordshire
Rachel Brettel

 

Improving the care of Coeliac Patients in General Practice
Daniel Evans

MEDICAL EDUCATION AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Responding to third-party information about domestic violence and abuse: a qualitative interview study with general practitioners
Katherine Pitt

 

The Association between Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus and Educational Attainment in Childhood: A Systematic Review
Natalie Oakley

 

Not quite a doctor, but should I help? A qualitative exploration of medical students’ attitudes towards responding to medical emergencies that occur in the public domain
Jessica Xie

Friday 15 March 10.15 - 11.15

THEME

 

URGENT CARE

A systematic review showing the lack of diagnostic criteria and tools developed for lower limb cellulitis
Mitesh Patel

 

The management of Otitis Externa: a scoping review
Miranda Rogers

 

Analysis of the ENT Emergency Clinic Referrals
Alice Roche

 

Antibiotic prescribing trends across England in out-of-hours primary care
Tahiya Chowdhury

OBESITY AND MATERNAL HEALTH

Cognitive and behavioural strategies for weight loss during an intervention study
John A Henry

 

Maternal haemoglobin in pregnancy and offspring weight and height trajectories: or ‘how to - surprisingly - make bigger kids’
Yvette Pyne

 

A primary care approach to preventing obesity in pregnancy: a qualitative study investigating the views, thoughts and experiences of community midwives who took part in the Pregnancy Obesity Prevention Study Pilot and Randomised Controlled Trial (POPS pilot and POPS2 RCT)
Rabia Hassam

GLOBAL AND PREVENTATIVE HEALTH

A randomised controlled trial of the effect of providing online risk information and lifestyle advice for the most common preventable cancers
Golnessa Masson

Effectiveness of interventions to identify and manage patients with familial cancer risk in primary care: a systematic review
Siang Ing Lee

 

Learning on International Health Electives: A qualitative comparison of benefits for UK and Tanzanian Medical Students
Felicity Knights

 

An applied training programme to increase local capacity and motivation to improve healthcare quality in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
Daniel Knights