The University of Bristol's Professor Gene Feder gave the first plenary 'Research with vulnerable populations: what have we learned from survivors of domestic violence?'
Emma Teasdale: Experiences of lower limb cellulitis and cellulitis prevention.
Doug Hardman, PhD student: An exploration of placebo effects in general practice.
Hannah Clark, Seedcorn trainee: Internet forum discussions regarding IBS: a qualitative study.
Clare Goyder, Wellcome Trust PhD student: Impact of point-of-care panel tests in ambulatory care: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Hannah Wheat, seedcorn funded trainee: An awkward blip, or a welcomed opportunity for change: how communication practices shape smoking discussions in primary care
Antje Lindenmeyer: Experiences of primary care administrators encountering migrant patients: a qualitative study *OP Dr Alyson Huntley, University of Bristol Help-seeking by male victims of domestic violence and abuse (DVA): a systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative studies
Jane Vennik: Management strategies for chronic rhinosinusitis: A qualitative study of GP and ENT specialist views of current practice
Polly Duncan: What are the barriers and enablers to collaborative working between GPs and practice-based pharmacists?
Peter Edwards: A systematic mapping review of the methods used to evaluate implementation fidelity in primary care trials
Samantha Hornsey: Patient reported outcome measures for acne: mixed methods validation study.
Rachel Ryves: Attitudes and preferences of people regarding long-term antidepressant use for depression (The APPLAUD study).
Alysson Huntley: Determining when a hospital admission of an older person can be avoided in a sub-acute setting: A scoping systematic review and guide to admission avoidance definition and decision-making
Lisa Hinton: Blood pressure in pregnancy: a discourse analysis of official, informal and online information for pregnant women