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The Primary Care Unit at the University of Cambridge is delighted to be hosting the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) South East conference ‘Academic Primary Care: Optimising Impact’ to be held at Madingley Hall, Cambridge on 23 and 24 January 2020.

We are hoping to welcome a wide range of researchers and students from across the south-east region and beyond to join us at the conference to share the latest in academic primary care. The focus will be on how research can have direct impact on population health and well-being, how patient and public involvement in research can improve results and how medical education can improve healthcare.

We are thrilled that our keynote speakers will be Prof Mike Kelly, Prof Robbie Foy and Prof Amanda Howe.

Bursaries for patients and members of the public who are (or wish to be) involved in primary care research are available, with thanks to you at NIHR SPCR for your contribution.

We are now inviting abstract submissions for oral presentations, posters, and practical workshops. We are especially keen to encourage attendance and abstracts from students and early career researchers.

There is more information on the conference website and colleagues can follow conference news on Twitter at this hashtag #SAPCSE2020