Forthcoming events

The Domestic Violence and Abuse Health Researchers Group (DVAHG) seminar: 
This is abuse?: The voices of young women on their meaning(s) of intimate partner abuse by Ceryl Davies
8 February 2018, 1-2pm
Room LG03, Canynge Hall, University of Bristol, 39 Whatley Road, Bristol BS8 2PS

South West Society for Academic Primary Care Regional Meeting 2018
13-14 March 2018
University of Plymouth

British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) Research Conference 2018
23 March 2018
Royal College of General Practitioners, London

Health Services Research UK Annual Conference 2018
4-5 July 2018
Nottingham Conference Centre

Society for Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Meeting 2018
10-12 July 2018
Multiple venues, City of London

Society for Social Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting 2018
5-7 September 2018
Technology and Innovation Centre, Glasgow

Royal College of General Practitioners Annual Conference 2018
4-6 October 2018
Scottish Event Campus (SEC), Glasgow

North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting 2018
9-13 November 2018
Chicago, Illinois

Past events

Centre for Ethics in Medicine seminar: Paul Teed - "No but yeah but". Assisted dying: a very Bristolian discussion?
25 January 2018, 3.30-4.30pm
Canynge Hall, University of Bristol 

Short course: Introduction to using Conversation Analysis to study Healthcare Encounters
16-17 January 2018
Canynge Hall, University of Bristol

Complexity approaches and writing for impact: Professor Alex Clark seminars
4 to 15 December 2017
Canynge Hall, University of Bristol

Development and Testing of the Primary Care Outcomes Questionnaire (PCOQ)
Avon Primary Care Research Collaborative (APCRC) seminar
15 September 2017, 12-1pm
Boardroom, South Plaza

NIHR School for Primary Care Research Trainees meeting
18-19 September 2017
Worcester College
University of Oxford

NIHR School for Primary Care Research Showcase: Working better together
19 September 2017
University of Oxford

Royal College of General Practitioners Annual Conference 2017
12-14 October 2017, ACC, Liverpool
Showcases the latest clinical and policy developments in primary care across the UK. This year's theme is 'Forward Together: How we lead primary care to the next level'.

Evaluating the potential of online GP consultations
9 March 2017, University of Bristol
This is a free seminar run jointly by NIHR CLAHRC West and the Centre for Academic Primary Care, University of Bristol. 
See the School of Social and Community Medicine website for details.

South West Public Health Scientific Conference 2017
14 March 2017, Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel, Bristol
The Scientific Conference offers a great opportunity for those working in the South West to share and promote their public health research and evaluation with other public health professionals and academics. For more information, contact

South West Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) - Regional Meeting 2017
23-24 March 2017, University of Oxford
Conference to discuss the latest ideas in primary care with colleagues from across the region. Keynote speakers include Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners, and Professors Peter Horby and Sue Ziebland from the University of Oxford.

TARGET Antibiotic Webinar Series No. 6 - antibiotics for children
7 December 2016
An expert panel discuss the management of suspected infections in children. Includes the Centre for Academic Primary Care's Dr Christie Cabral presenting an animation on the mismatch between parents and clinicians’ expectations, and Professor Alastair Hay on the development of the STARWAVe tool to help assess risk of hospital admission. Free event. Register on the TARGET website.

Professor Richard Morris - inaugural lecture
6 December 2016, Bristol
Cold and heat, present and future: analysing their impact on population health
Cold currently kills far more people than heat, not only in the UK, but also in countries with warmer climates. Will cold-related impact on population health (and consequent health care needs) decline as global temperatures rise? Analysis of prospective epidemiological studies from contrasting geographic regions promises some insights.

Essential Primary Care - book launch
17 May 2016, Bristol
GPs and academics from the Centre for Academic Primary Care have written Essential Primary Care, a new undergraduate textbook. The book aims to provide undergraduate students with a comprehensive overview of the clinical problems encountered in primary care.

Data archive launch - One in a Million study
4 March 2016, Bristol
A free half-day event to launch the One in a Million data archive.

Antimicrobial stewardship - improving primary care for children's respiratory infections
26 February 2016, London
A free one-day event aimed at improving the use of antibiotics in primary care. 

Improving cancer diagnosis: the impact of the Discovery Programme
2 June 2015, London
A free one-day event that gives an overview of the Discovery Programme - a five your programme of research that made a significant contribution to improving cancer diagnosis in the UK

Provide Conference
19 November 2014, Bristol
A free one-day event marking the end of the PROVIDE Programme - a five-year research programme on domestic violence

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