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Primary Care & Population Health (G20)

Population Health

About the Department

The Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health at UCL is part of the Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care and is headed by Professor Elizabeth Murray.  

Mission:

  • To undertake excellent research that is clinically relevant and impacts on the health of individuals and populations;
  • To use our research, teaching and innovation to impact on health system improvement and service redesign;
  • To work in partnership with people who use services, practitioners across the health and social care sectors, policy makers and other stakeholders relevant to increasing the impact of academic activities;
  • To provide excellent teaching in primary care, population health and research methods;
  • To strengthen the discipline of general practice through leadership in research, teaching and clinical practice;
  • To foster professional development in all members to enable each individual to reach their full potential;

In order to do this we:

  • Encourage all phases of clinical research from epidemiology through intervention development and evaluation to implementation and translational research, as well as methodological research and development;
  • Encourage multi-disciplinary working, bringing together clinicians and scientists with a wide range of methodological skills and epistemologies;
  • Foster excellent communication within the Department, across workgroups and disciplines, and with local, national and international colleagues and organisations; 
  • Foster a learning environment where students (MB BS, BSc, MSc, MD, PhD), researchers, teachers and administrators are all supported in learning and continuing professional development;
  • Invest in the career development of all of our staff;
  • Promote an open, friendly and inclusive working environment.

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Primary Care & Population Health (G20)

GP Tutors Annual Conference 2019

G20 Annual GP Tutors’ Conference 2022: Evolution of Primary Care Clinical Education

Description

This conference will provide an exciting opportunity to meet like-minded people, and reflect on and discuss the practices and opportunities of teaching and learning with patients in general practice.

 

Please note that this will be an Online event via Royal College of Physicians virtual platform.

 

This year's virtual conference is titled 'Evolution of Primary Care Clinical Education'

 

We have an exciting range of speakers to share insights across the fields of Primary Care and Medical Education, relevant to both our roles as GP clinicians, as well as GP educators. There will be opportunities for interactive learning in the form of workshops and informal conversations to learn with peers throughout the day. We will, in particular,  be thinking about:

  • Teaching and learning with students and patients
  • Interprofessional learning within the Primary Care team
  • A range of ways to share the complexities of general practice with students
  • Contemporary challenges to general practice and their relevance both to the organisation and delivery of healthcare, alongside integration of teaching and learning.

 

For more details on plenary speakers and the workshops, please visit our conference website.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/research/primary-care-and-population-health/gp-teaching/gp-tutors-conference-2022

Attendee CategoryCost   
Early Bird Rate.£35.00[Read More]
UCL PCPH Madingley Conference

G20 SAPC Madingley Conference 2022: Primary Care: Building Back Better

Description

This conference will provide an exciting opportunity for colleagues working and studying in primary care to meet like-minded people, and reflect on and discuss the practices and opportunities around a primary care system effected by the pandemic.

 

Online event via the Whova virtual platform and Zoom.

 

This year our theme is: ‘Primary Care – Building Back Better?’ Our theme encourages sharing of knowledge, lessons learnt and ideas for change – prior to and during the pandemic - to help shape the future of primary care. The event will focus on areas such as health inequality and change including digital healthcare and innovative tools to address disparities in health care. We hope to reflect the famous community aspect of this well-loved conference which will incorporate two keynote speakers, alongside multiple opportunities to be involved including: oral presentations, poster presentations, an innovative dragons' den session and a panel discussion as well as opportunities for networking.

https://sapc.ac.uk/conference/SAPCSE2022

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Medical & PhD Students 2 Day Attendance.£20.00[Read More]
2) Standard 2 Day Attendance.£30.00[Read More]
3) Medical & PhD Students 1 Day Attendance.£10.00[Read More]
4) Standard 1 Day Attendance.£15.00[Read More]

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