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Researchers and trainees from the Universities of Bristol and Southampton presented their studies at South West SAPC in Plymouth on 13 and 14 March.

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