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With a great line up of speakers at the second SPCR showcase in Oxford next week, the School hopes to highlight excellence and impact across the full range of primary care research funded by the School.

The showcase aims to foster enthusiasm and collaboration amongst researchers, and to inspire future primary care leaders. The keynote address by Trish Greenhalgh "Research impact: defining it, measuring it, maximising it, questioning it" is bound to encourage discussion and debate. 

our research not only illustrates the School's diversity in areas of expertise and multidisciplinary skills sets, it shows an increasing commitment to evidence based research and capacity building." - SPCR Director, Richard Hobbs and Senior Scientific Committee Chair, Tony Avery


View the SPCR showcase programme

For more information, go to the showcase website

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