South West Society for Academic Primary Care Regional Meeting 2018
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Student Full Conference Delegate Rate
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Registration and booking
Space is limited, so please register early to guarantee your place.
Registration will open on Monday 9th October 2017.
Please note that we are currently seeking additional funding to support student attendance at the event.
The theme for the 2018 SW SAPC Meeting is "Building primary care for the future – research, education and practice”.
We particularly welcome applications for clinical, service development, workforce and educational research presentations at the conference.
To submit an abstract please visit:
Abstract Submission will close at 5pm on 21st November 2017
SAPC are keen to encourage as many people as possible to attend the Annual Scientific Meeting 2018 but realise that there are often financial constraints on departments and individuals in paying for the conference registration.
They have therefore identified a funding source within SAPC reserves that would allow the Society to provide a complimentary registration at the ASM for one attendee at each regional SAPC conference. This should be used to send a promising early career researcher to the ASM and it is hoped that these individuals can be identified through an outstanding oral presentation at the regional meeting.
The prize winner will be the presenter and main author of the paper and should have no more than three years (whole time equivalent) research experience.