Posters 2016: Winners and Highly Commended

Energising Primary Care

Best in Category

629 Initiation of a deanery wide mentorship scheme to promote General Practice to medical students and junior doctors.

Anna Harrison, Severn Deanery

View Abstract

 

Highly Commended

622 Student GP Societies: Inspiring Medical Students to Consider Primary Care.

Alice James, University of Bristol

View Abstract

 

Clinical

Best in Category

424 A review into preventing strokes in patients with atrial fibrillation across 1028 GP surgeries resulting in 886 strokes prevented and cost savings of £22million.

Daniel Hughes, Interface Clinical Services

View Abstract

 

Highly Commended

425 What are the barriers to effective recognition and management of anxiety disorders in primary care? General practitioners’ own perspectives.

Haniah Habash-Bailey, Brighton and Sussex Medical School

View Abstract

 

Audit or practice survey

Best in Category

233 Prescribing at the mental-physical interface. An audit of treatment of depression in patients with chronic physical health processes.

Jennifer Parker, Western Sussex NHS Foundation Trust

View Abstract

 

Highly Commended

256 Reducing Risk of Stroke During GP Placement.

Jonathan Mayes, Newcastle University

View Abstract

 

Research

Best in Category

2009 Patient Perspectives on case finding for anxiety and depression in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

Dr Annabelle Machin, Keele University

View Abstract

 

Highly Commended

2020 Improving early-detection of cirrhosis in Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Primary Care: Results of a risk-stratification pathway in two London boroughs.

Ruth Gailer, Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London

View Abstract

 

International

Best in Category

919 The benefits and challenges of primary care exchanges: a systematic review.

Eugene Tang, Newcastle University

View Abstract

 

Highly Commended

903 Reasons for adherence and barriers to compliance with patient referral: Evidence from a Primary Health Care Service in a developing country.

Rabia Mahmood Khan, Liaquat National Hospital

View Abstract

 

Service Delivery

Best in Category

3003 Evaluation of an anticipatory care planning tool for care home residents and their families. Gill Highet, Palliative Care NHS Lothian

View Abstract

 

Highly Commended

3019 The Impact of using Pre consultation questions

Mark Rickenbach, St Francis and Park Surgery, University of Winchester

View Abstract

 

Ethics

Best in Category

701 Shared decision making – a need for intellectual honesty?

Jonathan Ives Centre for Ethics in Medicine, University of Bristol

View Abstract

 

Innovation

Best in Category

809 Liverpool healthy lung programme (a proactive approach to finding undiagnosed early stage lung cancers).

Edward Gaynor, NHS Liverpool CCG

View Abstract

 

Highly Commended

824 Workplace Mental Health First Aid Training can significantly reduce the workload on Primary care services.

Tariq Ahmad, British Army

View Abstract

 

Quality Improvement

Best in Category

1013 Antenatal risk assessment by General Practitioners – can we improve the care we give to pregnant women?

Rachel Brettell, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences

View Abstract

 

Highly Commended

1001 General Practice leadership – Improving quality of care for people living in care homes aligned to practices in Leeds West CCG.

Keith Miller, Kirkstall Lane Medical Centre

View Abstract

 

Highly Commended

1007 Innovation in quality improvement of Asthma Care in Children.

Sabina Shaik, Slough CCG

View Abstract

 

Education

Best in Category

552 Increasing exposure to general practice as an undergraduate is associated with an increased preference for general practice as a career.

Hugh Alberti, Newcastle University Medical School

View Abstract

 

Highly Commended

560 ‘When you blame others, you give up your power to change’. Who exactly is discouraging medical students from becoming GPs?

Rachel Brettell, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences

View Abstract

 

Adolescent health

Best in Category

105 ECG checklist for assessing cardiac causes of syncope in children.

Jacky Wong, Abbeywell Surgery, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

View Abstract

 

View all abstracts from the 2016 RCGP Annual Conference and download selected posters