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The School is launching a photography competition to celebrate the School’s renewal, and encourage submissions from trainees for informative, creative and engaging photographs.

The competition is open to all SPCR trainees. You may either submit one photograph or a series of no more than three photographs.

Photographs must have been taken over the past year (from July 2014), must be original, relate to your primary care research and be submitted by email in jpeg format at 300dpi resolution. You may use any format, from SLR to phone camera.

Prints will be made and displayed at the Guest Lectures on 21 September, where the judging will take place and winners will be announced.

The winner and runner-up will receive a contribution towards a conference attendance.

Winner: £200

Runner up: £100

Manipulation - Competitors may use digital software to manipulate their photographs and editing and cropping is permitted but details of all manipulations should be provided.

Submission deadline: 31 August 2015

Submit to: Katie.farrington@phc.ox.ac.uk

Consent to publish - The School for Primary Care Research reserves the right to publish (online and print) all submitted photographs for publicity and you will be acknowledged.

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