2018 Winning Posters

Congratulations to the 2018 winners! Find out more about their work and view all 2018 abstracts and available posters here.

Adolescent Health

Teen Health Clinic

Fiona Smith, Eaglescliffe Medical Practice, Stockton-on-Tees (Winner of the Kathy Phipps Adolescent Mental Health Award)

Audit or Practice Survey

Novel oral anticoagulants in primary care: monitoring renal function

Theo Boardman–Pretty, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, London


The integration of mental health into primary health care in the state of Qatar

Samya Al Abdulla, Primary Health Care Corporation, Qatar


A linguistic study of goal setting and topic management in a training intervention for GP trainees

Sarah Atkins, University of Nottingham


Ethical dilemmas for clinical commissioners: a need for training and support

Selena Knight, King’s College London

Emerging Technologies

How the use of data sharing systems within integrated care GP hubs is helping to reach those paediatric patients most in need

Joseph Anthony, Imperial Health NHS Trust


Health inequality in the inner city: an innovative approach to support GP development and practice recruitment

Andy Hamilton, Gloucestershire, VTS


Antimicrobial prescribing in rural Nicaragua: a Quality Improvement Project

Jacob Reynolds, University of Birmingham

Quality Improvement

Improving document management in primary careoject

Jeremy Chowings, Leith Surgery, Edinburgh


Goal-setting in primary care for people with multimorbidity

Alice Shiner, University of East Anglia

Service Delivery

The identification and treatment of chronic Hepatitis C in general practice – collaborative working with secondary care and virology services

Philippa James, Cornbrook Medical Practice, Manchester

Student Poster Competition


What do medicals students think of doctors? A survey of specialties including general practice.

Harriet Hunter, University of Cambridge

Highly Commended

Management of Sore Throat in Primary Care: a Comparison of Centor and FeverPAIN criteria in Children.

Jessica Padley, Cambridge University

Highly Commended

The use of oximetry and a questionnaire in primary care enables safe exclusion of a subsequent obstructive sleep apnea diagnosis.

Timon Fabius, Medisch Spectrum Twente