The programme will showcase the work of local and international primary care colleagues with a special emphasis on the challenges faced by populations on the move: migration, displacement, homelessness, delivering cross-cultural primary care. Themes include Education, Migration and Migrant Health, Cancer, Ageing and Frailty, and Patient Clinical Relationship. We wish our School members well during their presentations which include:
Wednesday 11 July
Catherine J Woods: Antibiotic Negotiations: Conversation Analytic Pilot (ANCAP)
Rebecca Farndale: Emergency admissions from care home to hospital in the last week of life: an analysis of national data for England between 2006 and 2015
Richard Knox: Exploring the views of key stakeholders on an intervention aimed at improving the safety of prescribing of GP Associates in training
Yin Zhou (Wellcome Clinical PhD Fellow): Factors affecting diagnostic timeliness and safety in symptomatic patients subsequently diagnosed with bladder and kidney cancer. A Systematic Review
Laura Hall: Harnessing resources from the internet to maximise outcomes from GP consultations (HaRI): a qualitative study
Jenni Burt: Exploring macrocognitive functions in the deprescribing of anti-hypertensive medication: an interview study with GPs and older patients
Sarah Rodgers: Implementing the PINCER intervention in the East Midlands to reduce hazardous prescribing in general practices
Oliver van Hecke: Parents' perceptions of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance: what does it mean for families at home?
Papers of distinction
Thursday 12 July
Beth Bareham: Supporting healthier alcohol use amongst older people within community care settings: Insights from a qualitative exploration of older people’s and care providers’ perspectives
Magdy El-Gohary: Improving access to liver health nurses in primary care - can we improve the early detection of liver disease? Findings from the LOCATE study.
Clare Taylor:The role of informal carers in the diagnosis of heart failure: a secondary qualitative analysis
Sharon Spooner: You go into GP training with your eyes wide shut; an exploration of prominent factors which influence the success of transitions from GP training to GP work
Gemma Spiers:How do socioeconomic circumstances influence older adults’ use of social care and health services? Findings from the Newcastle 85+ study
Athena Ip: PITCH: Development of a web-based behavioural intervention to support self-management of acne vulgaris
Magdalena Nowakowska:PITCH: Mapping the patterns of multimorbidity burden of type-2 diabetes mellitus: cohort study using the UK Clinical Practice Research Datalink
Mark Lown: Screening for Atrial Fibrillation using Economical and Accurate TechnologY – the SAFETY study
James Sheppard: OPtimising Treatment for MIld Systolic hypertension in the Elderly (OPTiMISE): feasibility study for a randomised controlled trial
Rupert Payne:Patterns of prescribing in general practice in the last year of life
Juliet Usher-Smith: Development and validation of lifestyle-based prediction models for the prevention of the most common preventable cancers.
Full programme: https://sapc.ac.uk/conference/2018