For the first time, the NAPCRG programme committee have invited applications from primary care researchers who have yet to yield findings. The 'Late-Breaking High Impact Research Category' is a new option for researchers intended for high impact and/or large studies that are in the process of gathering data, and will have data collection and analysis completed in time for presentation at the fall meeting.
Distinguished paper award
Grace Moran won the Distinguished Paper Award this year. This is the first year of the award which selects authors from the top twenty rated abstracts and reviews their publications. Final papers are selected for presentation at the conference. SPCR trainee, Grace Moran, presented her paper on Sunday afternoon.
Grace Moran; Melanie Calvert; Max Feltham; Tom Marshall; Ronan Ryan
Highlights of NAPCRG 2015 by Domhnall MacAuley mentions Grace's presentation.
Other School funded presentations due to take place this week include:
Daniel Green; Kelvin Jordan, PhD; Joanne Protheroe, PhD, FRCGP; Danielle Van der Windt
Katherine Perryman, PhD, MSc; Kate Marsden, MSc, MRes; Lucy Doos; Ian Litchfield; Sheila Greenfield; Stephen Campbell, PhD; Anthony Avery
Sally Giles, BA, PhD; Darren Ashcroft; Anthony Avery; Mark Jeffries; Penny Lewis; Faith Mann; Kate Marsden, MSc, MRes; Jackie Nightingale; Denham Phipps
Kate Marsden, MSc, MRes; Katherine Perryman, PhD, MSc; Stephen Campbell, PhD; Umesh Kadam; Brian Bell; Anthony Avery
Adam Geraghty, PhD; Michael Moore, FRCGP; Beth Stuart; Anthony Kendrick, MD, FRCGP, FRCPsych; Paul Little, MD, MBBS, MCRP, MRCP; Berend Terluin, MD, PhD
Alastair Hay, MD, MRCP, FRCGP; Sara Brookes; Harriet Downing; Anthony Harnden, FRCGP, FRCPCH; Sandra Hollinghurst; Denise Kendrick; Paul Little, MD, MBBS, MCRP, MRCP; Margaret May; Michael Moore, FRCGP; Elizabeth Orton; Matthew Thompson, MD, MPH, DPhil; Kay Wang, DPhil