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REsearch into implementation STrategies to support patients of different ORigins and language background in a variety of European primary care settings
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Abdelhamid, Asmaa
University of East Anglia, UK
Are NICE recommendations for primary care based on research conducted in, or generalisable to, a primary care setting?
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1G - Developing person centred primary care practice  -  10.00-11.00
 

Ablett-Spence, Ingrid
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NHS Tees NAEDI- Cancer Awareness and Early Diagnosis Project
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1D - Challenges of case finding  -  10.00-11.00
 

Acharjya, Arun
Cardiff University, UK
Overcoming challenges of conducting an observational study and recruiting service users in care homes.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Adams, Ann
University of Warwick, UK
Investigating the Sustainability of Academic Careers in Primary Care
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream B4.1 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - is what we are doing working?  -  3.00-4.00
 

Allely, Clare
The University of Glasgow, UK
Predictors of psychiatric disorder in early infancy
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3D - Developing new approaches to care  -  2.30-4.00
 

Anderson, Caroline
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'Growing our own GPs'- working together to nurture the future GP workforce
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Workshop 3H-W - 'Growing our own GPs' - working together to nurture the future GP workforce  -  2.30-4.00
 
Growing our own GPs- working together to nurture the future GP workforce
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 
M Career Soc- student career society activities at medical school
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Anthierens, Sibyl
university of Antwerp, Belgium
Exploring GPs' experiences across six countries of a near patient test and/or communication skills training as techniques to decrease inappropriate antibiotic prescribing for acute cough.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Anthony, Geraldine
University of Aberdeen, UK
Attitudes and approaches to chronic pain management amongst practitioners, older adults and their carers (Phase 11 of the EOPIC study).G.Anthony 1, D.Jones 5, P.Schofield 3, D.Martin4, B.Smith 4, A.Clarke 5
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Artus, Majid
Keele University, UK
Using individual patient data (IPD) analysis to investigate the influence of expectation and preference for treatment on the course of back pain symptoms: results and challenges
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Asghar, Zahid
University of Lincoln, UK
Influenza vaccination and pneumococcal vaccination and risk of stroke/TIA (IPVASTIA): matched case-control study using the General Practice Research Database
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2D - Population impact of primary care practice  -  11.30-1.00
 

Ashworth, Mark
King's College London, UK
Using a new measure to identify practices with high QOF scores but low public health impact.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3A - What does quality primary care look like?  -  2.30-4.00
 

Atherton, Helen
University of Oxford, UK
An exploration of email for consultation between clinician and patient in English general practice: interview study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Avery, Anthony
Division of Primary Care, University of Nottingham, UK
Investigating the prevalence and causes of prescribing errors in general practice: The PRACtICe Study.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2E - Impact of primary care practice - prescribing  -  11.30-1.00
 

Baker, Richard
East Leicester Medical Practice, UK
Association of primary care characteristics with variations in mortality rates in England: an observational study.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Banks, Jon
University of Bristol, UK
Assessing primary care patients' involvement in the decision to undergo diagnostic tests for symptoms suggestive of cancer
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3C - Personal experiences - can they change practice?  -  2.30-4.00
 

Bansal, Aarti
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Embedding Consulting Through Interpreters within consultation skills teaching- a pragmatic and innovative approach
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2A - Medical education in primary care  -  11.30-1.00
 

Barley, Elizabeth
King's College London, UK
UPBEAT-UK pilot RCT of Practice Nurse-Led Personalised Care for CHD and Depression: content of intervention and findings at 6 months.
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Barnes, Maria
University of Bristol, UK
Patients’ struggles with CBT:  a qualitative study
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1C - Innovation through qualitative methods  -  10.00-11.00
 

Barnes, Rebecca
Peninsula Medical School, Plymouth University, UK
Desire versus need: a comparative study of offers and requests for sickness certification in primary care consultations for mental and physical health problems 
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3E - Changing the way doctors practice  -  2.30-4.00
 

Beatty, Susan
University of Manchester, UK
The importance of place in the identification and management of common mental health problems in older people
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Billington, Jennifer
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Ireland
Diagnostic accuracy of the STRATIFY clinical prediction rule for falls: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Birt, Linda
University of Cambridge, UK
‘It's something in the back of my mind': Understanding people's response to receiving familial risk assessment
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Bishop, Felicity
University of Southampton, UK
"Anything that would actually work, I'll try it": patients' beliefs about low back pain treatments
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3C - Personal experiences - can they change practice?  -  2.30-4.00
 
"What suits one person doesn't suit another": clinicians' treatment beliefs in low back pain
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Blane, David
University of Glasgow, UK
Comparing Illness Burden and Treatment Burden in Heart Failure: a systematic review of qualitative studies
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2C - The burden of chronic disease in the community
 

Boardman, Kerry
King's COllege London School of Medicine, UK
General Practitioners' increased involvement in core teaching: welcomed, onerous or natural progression?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Bond, Christine
University of Aberdeen, UK
Incidence and drug treatment of emotional distress after cancer diagnosis: a matched case-control study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 
‘The fear of the unknown': views and experiences of cancer patients towards the screening, diagnosis and management of emotional distress
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Booker, Matthew
University of Bristol, UK
Patients who call emergency ambulances for 'primary care' problems: how are decisions made?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Bouamrane, Matt-Mouley
University of Glasgow, UK
Referrals for surgery, surgical pre-assessment and hospital discharges: perspectives from General Practitioners across NHS Scotland
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Bower, Peter
University of Manchester, UK
Delivering self-management support for long-term conditions in primary care: results of the WISE cluster randomised trial
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2C - The burden of chronic disease in the community
 
Who should get low intensity interventions for depression? Results of the TARDIS collaborative meta-analysis
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2F - Doing things differently  -  11.30-1.00
 

Bowker, Katharine
University of Nottingham, UK
Longitudinal cohort survey of women's smoking behaviour and attitudes in pregnancy
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Bradley, Colin
University College Cork, Ireland
Evaluation of a Community-based Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Initiative
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Brooks, Lauren
Keele University, UK
Introducing new interventions in primary care: the example of improving care for people with osteoarthritis.
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Brooks, William
University of Sheffield, UK
Clinical commissioning: feasibility and acceptability in general practice
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Brown, Benjamin
University of Manchester, UK
Sharing primary care records on-line with a UK nursing home: a real-world evaluation
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Browne, Gerard
School of Medicine, University of St Andrews, UK
The acceptability and reliability of Video Objective Structured Clinical Examination
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Browne, Susan
University of Glasgow, UK
A constant companion: people’s experience of uncertainty after cancer
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3C - Personal experiences - can they change practice?  -  2.30-4.00
 
High Quality Care For Patients With End Stage Heart Failure (ESHF) – Barriers and Facilitators
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2G - Quality in person centred care  -  11.30-1.00
 

Buckingham, Christopher
Aston University, UK
The development and testing of myGRiST, an on-line tool for personal safety planning and service user self-assessment of risks associated with mental health problems.
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Burt, Jenni
University of Cambridge, UK
Initial evaluation of the Calgary Cambridge Global Consultation Scale: a novel consultation rating scale
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Burton, Christopher
University of Edinburgh, UK
Enhanced care by generalists for functional somatic symptoms and disorders in primary care - a Cochrane review
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Byng, Richard
University of Plymouth, UK
The ENGAGER study: Can we engage and retain prisoners with common mental health problems in treatment and research?
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2F - Doing things differently  -  11.30-1.00
 

Cabral, Christie
University of Bristol, UK
Decision making in consultations for RTI in children: a systematic review and meta-ethnographic synthesis of the qualitative data
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3B - Synthesising the evidence, insights on the process  -  2.30-4.00
 

Calitri, Raff
Peninsula Medical School, UK
ESTEEM: A Study of Telephone Triage in General Practice - A Trial Update
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Campbell, John
Peninsula Medical School, UK
What matters most to patients?  Identifying the drivers of overall satisfaction with primary care in England.  Evidence from the GP Patient Survey
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Campbell, Paul
Keele University, UK
Is there a pathway between pain, sleep problems and depression?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Campbell-Richards, Desiree
Newham University Hospital NHS Trust, UK
Geo-demographic profiling to examine non-attendance at diabetic clinics in an Inner London Borough
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Carpenter, Hannah
University of Nottingham, UK
Recruitment and retention to a large multicentre cluster randomised controlled trial in primary care: barriers and solutions
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Carroll, Fran
University of Bristol, UK
Cost-effectiveness of CBT as an adjunct to pharmacotherapy for treatment resistant depression in primary care
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Chauhan, Umesh
University of Manchester, UK
Are Health Checks for Adults with Learning Disability leading to improved outcomes?: Analysis of General Practice data.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3A - What does quality primary care look like?  -  2.30-4.00
 

Checkland, Kath
University of manchester, UK
Clinical Commissioning Groups: what does it mean to be a ‘member’?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream A4.1 - SAPC - Panel: Clinical Commissioning Groups  -  11.50-12.50
 

Chew-Graham, Carolyn
University of Manchester, UK
AMP Trainingplus: a flexible, learner-centred training intervention – Development, Implementation and Evaluation
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Clark, Christopher
Peninsula College of Medicine & Dentistry, UK
Inter-arm blood pressure difference and survival in a general population without pre-existing disease: The aspirin for asymptomatic atherosclerosis trial
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 
The White Coat Effect is greater for doctors than nurses: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Clarson, Lorna
Keele University, UK
Gout and risk of subsequent vascular disease: a retrospective cohort study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Clyne, Barbara
HRB Centre for Primary Care Research, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), Ireland
OPTI-SCRIPT study - Optimizing Prescribing for Older People in Primary Care: a cluster randomized controlled trial
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Cole, Judith A
UKCRC Centre of Excellence for Public Health Northern Ireland (NI), Queen's University Belfast, UK
Investigating the determinants of lifestyle change for patients with coronary heart disease: a qualitative study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Cooper, Lucy
University of Liverpool, UK
‘Doing' personalised health care: do we need to do more personalised research?
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1C - Innovation through qualitative methods  -  10.00-11.00
 

Costelloe, Ceire
University of Bristol, UK
Primary Care Antibiotics and Antimicrobial Resistance in hospital patients - pilot study
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2D - Population impact of primary care practice  -  11.30-1.00
 

Cottrell, Elizabeth
Keele University, UK
Using simple telehealth in primary care to reduce blood pressure: a service evaluation
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Coupe, Nia
University of Manchester, UK
Implementing Collaborative Care for depression management in UK primary care; a qualitative study
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2F - Doing things differently  -  11.30-1.00
 

Cowen, Jemma
Keele University, UK
General practitioners' attitudes, beliefs, and expectations of sickness certification in relation to back pain and work
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Cox, Jonathan
Norwich Medical School, UK
Evaluation of Referral Management Interventions
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Cramer, Helen
University of Bristol, UK
Do depressed men do groups? Key messages for GPs
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2B - Accessing appropriate health resources
 

Cross-Bardell, Laura
The University of Nottingham, UK
Perceptions of risk and understanding of developing type 2 diabetes in people of South Asian origin.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3C - Personal experiences - can they change practice?  -  2.30-4.00
 

Culhane, Aidan
University of Limerick, Ireland
Early Patient Contact: Current issues and Initial Experience at Ireland's Newest Medical School.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Cullen, Walter
Graduate Entry Medical School, Ireland
Longitudinal assessment of the educational environment for medical students in different clinical settings: 18-week clinical placements in General Practice
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2A - Medical education in primary care  -  11.30-1.00
 
Management of problem alcohol use among drug users in primary care: Exploring patients' experience of screening and treatment
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 
Problem alcohol use among problem drug users: Development of clinical guidelines for general practice
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 
Towards Early Intervention for Youth Mental Health in Primary Care: A Qualitative Study in Deprived Urban Areas
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Davey, Antoinette
Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, UK
“As long as they are a bit friendly and they actually listen”: A qualitative study of young adults’ use and experience of primary care services
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1A - Improving access to appropriate care  -  10.00-11.00
 

Davey, Peter
University of Dundee, UK
Time series analysis of the impact of an intervention to improve C diffogenic antibiotic prescribing in Tayside, Scotland.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Davy, Zowie
University of Lincoln, UK
Integrating online communities and social networks with computerised treatment for insomnia: a qualitative study of service user and primary health care professional perspectives
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3D - Developing new approaches to care  -  2.30-4.00
 

De Simoni, Anna
Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge, UK
Interventions to improve  adherence to antihypertensive medications after stroke/TIA: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

delaney, elizabeth
University of Aberdeen, UK
Does time to diagnosis and treatment affect survival in oesophageal cancer? A retrospective analysis of the cancer pathway in Northeast Scotland.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Dhiman, Paula
University of Nottingham, UK
Prevalence and Quality of Coronary Heart Disease Family History Recordings in a GP database: A Cross - sectional Study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Dobson, Christina
Durham University, UK
Exploring diagnostic delay among lung, gastro-oesophageal and breast cancer patients using the Revised Andersen Model of Total Patient Delay as an analytical framework.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Dowrick, Christiopher
University of Liverpool, UK
The AMP Model: Evaluation and Implications
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Drinkwater, Jessica
University of Manchester, UK
Whose review is it? The function of the routine review for patients with long terms conditions: a qualitative study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Dunbar, James
GGT UDRH, Flinders and Deakin Universities, Australia
Primary Care-based diabetes prevention in Australia
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Dyas, Jane
NIHR Research Design Service for the East Midlands, UK
The importance of intervention fidelity in primary care complex intervention pragmatic randomised controlled trials
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Ekberg, Stuart
University of Bristol, UK
Displaying empathy in online CBT for primary care patients with depression: a conversation analytic study of therapist-patient interactions during the IPCRESS trial
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Eldridge, Sandra
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry,Queen Mary, University of London, UK
Understanding the use of primary care electronic health records forresearch: benefits and pitfalls
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Workshop 2H-W - Understanding the use of primary care electronic health records for research: benefits and pitfalls  -  11.30-1.00
 

Everitt, Hazel
Univerity of Southampton, UK
Management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome in Primary Care: Feasibility Randomised Controlled Trial of Mebeverine, Methylcellulose, Placebo and a Patient Self-Management cognitive behavioural therapy website. (MIBS Trial).
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1F - Broadening applications of CBT  -  10.00-11.00
 

Fahey, Tom
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Ireland
General practitioner (GP) variability in the prescribing of potentially inappropriate medication in older populations in Ireland
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Fahy, Samantha
University of Nottingham, UK
Following NICE guidelines: evidence versus practice for NHS Stop Smoking Services for pregnant women
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3G - Clinical highlights  -  2.30-4.00
 

Feder, Gene
University of Bristol, UK
Women's Evaluation of Abuse and Violence Care in General Practice (WEAVE): one year follow up in a cluster randomised controlled trial
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1D - Challenges of case finding  -  10.00-11.00
 

Firth, Adam
University of Manchester, UK
Predicting death from COPD: A systematic review of prognostic indicator tools
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Fitzmaurice, David
University of Birmingham, UK
Global Anticoagulant Registry in the FIELD (GARFIELD): a snapshot of atrial fibrillation in the UK
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 
The development of a registry for people who self monitor and manage their own oral anticoagulation 
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Fleetcroft, Robert
Norwich Medical School, UK
Does the evidence used in NICE guidelines for the treatment of heart failure in primary care reflect a primary care population?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 
Is achievement of the cholesterol targets in English primary care related to the use of higher cost statins?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Fletcher, Kate
University of Birmingham, UK
Do GPs reasons for participating in trials influence their ability to recruit patients? Self-determination theory and the impact of motivation on patient recruitment rates.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Foell, Jens
Queen Mary University of London, UK
Identifying patients with non-indexed conditions in primary care databases A worked example using chronic pain
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Free, Caroline
LSHTM, UK
Does the effect of smoking cessation support delivered by text message support vary according to smokers chances of quitting?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Furler, John
University of Melbourne, Australia
Care and systems experience of harder to reach patients with diabetes: A collaborative study with regional Government
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3A - What does quality primary care look like?  -  2.30-4.00
 

Gale, Nicola
University of Birmingham, UK
Starting and staying on preventative medication for cardiovascular disease: a qualitative synthesis
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2G - Quality in person centred care  -  11.30-1.00
 

Gal, Micaela
Wales School of Primary Care, Cardiff University, UK
Developing Point-of-Care-Tests (POCTs) for Infectious Diseases:  Establishing the User Requirement Specifications
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Galvin, Rose
Royal College of Surgeons in, Ireland
Prognostic value of the ABCD2 clinical prediction rule - a prospective cohort study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Garrison, Scott
University of British Columbia, USA
Nocturnal Leg Cramps and Prescriptions That Precede Them: A Sequence Symmetry Analysis 
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3D - Developing new approaches to care  -  2.30-4.00
 

Gask, Linda
University of Manchester, UK
Development and evaluation of a community engagement intervention for people with mental health problems from specific disadvantaged groups
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Graffy, Jonathan
University of Cambridge, UK
MRC START Collaboration: Developing a science of recruitment for RCTs
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Gregory, Alison
University of Bristol, UK
The overspill of domestic violence: a systematic literature review of the impact on the survivor's social network
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3B - Synthesising the evidence, insights on the process  -  2.30-4.00
 

Guthrie, Bruce
Population Health Sciences, University of Dundee, UK
The impact of the 2004 and 2009 regulatory warnings on antipsychotic prescribing to older people with dementia: segmented regression time series analysis of general practice clinical data 2001-2011.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2E - Impact of primary care practice - prescribing  -  11.30-1.00
 
The rising tide of polypharmacy and potentially serious drug interactions 1995-2010: repeated cross-sectional analysis of dispensed prescribing in one region
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2E - Impact of primary care practice - prescribing  -  11.30-1.00
 

Hamilton, William
Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, UK
Quantification of the risk of uterine cancer in symptomatic primary care patients
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Hamilton, Willie
4Peninsula College of Medicine & Dentistry, UK
The risk of childhood cancer with symptoms presenting in primary care: a population-based case-control study The risk of childhood cancer with symptoms presenting in primary care: a population-based case-control studyThe risk of childhood cancer with symptoms presenting in primary care: a population-based case-control study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Hanif, Beenish
Northwest Institute for Biohealth Informatics,University of Manchester, UK
Reducing healthcare inequities: Identifying local solutions to local problems
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Hannon, Kerin
University of Manchester, UK
Diagnosis and management of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalitis (CFS/ME) in Black and Minority Ethnic people. A qualitative study.
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Haque, Enam
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Reflecting on consultations in a non english language
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 
South Asian Hepatitis C Awareness Project
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Hardy, Ainsley
University of Leicester, UK
Intermediate Care Clinics for Diabetes: Health Care Professional and Stakeholder views
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3D - Developing new approaches to care  -  2.30-4.00
 

Haworth, Deborah
UCL, UK
Effectiveness of primary care exercise promotion in older adults: a systematic review.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 
Who joins an exercise programme run through general practice?  The experience of the ProAct65+ Trial
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Hay, Alastair D
University of Bristol, UK
The Diagnosis of Urinary Tract infection in Young Children (DUTY) study: derivation and validation of a clinical rule to improve the recognition of urinary tract infection in pre-school children
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream B4.2 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - how do we decide who to treat?  -  3.00-4.00
 

Hayhoe, Benedict
University of East Anglia, UK
Advance care planning in primary care: is use discouraged by ethical concerns?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Henderson, Emily
Durham University, UK
Pharmacists' perspectives on the feasibility of the provision of alcohol screening and brief advice to women attending for emergency hormonal contraception: a pilot study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Hine, Paul
Division of Public Health and Primary Care, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK
Doctors' attitudes towards intimate examinations: a qualitative study using constructivist grounded theory
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3E - Changing the way doctors practice  -  2.30-4.00
 

Hirst, Jennifer
University of Oxford, UK
Efficacy of sulfonylurea treatment as a monotherapy and added-on to another treatment for glycaemic control in diabetes - a systematic review and meta-analysis
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream B4.1 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - is what we are doing working?  -  3.00-4.00
 

Holt, Tim
Oxford University, UK
Risk of stroke and oral anticoagulant use in atrial fibrillation: Cross-sectional survey of 99,000 UK primary care health records
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream B4.2 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - how do we decide who to treat?  -  3.00-4.00
 

Hood, Kerenza
Cardiff University, UK
Carriage of antibiotic resistant bacteria and Clostridium difficile in Care Home residents: a prospective cohort study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 
Outcomes of a cluster-randomized controlled trial of a cognitive behavioural anger management intervention for people with intellectual disabilities
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1F - Broadening applications of CBT  -  10.00-11.00
 

Hopf, Yvonne
University of Aberdeen,Centre of Academic Primary Care, UK
Data Linkage for Pharmacovigilance: Views of Healthcare Professionals on the secondary use of administrative NHS data
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Horwood, Jeremy
University of Bristol, UK
"Recognising the sick child in amongst the just unwell": Health practitioner prescribing decisions in consultations for acute RTI in children
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Howe, Amanda
University of East Anglia, UK
‘Abandoned acid' - problems with adherence in older women at risk of osteoporosis
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream B4.1 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - is what we are doing working?  -  3.00-4.00
 

Howse, Jennifer
Durham University, UK
A qualitative evaulation of General Practitioners attitudes to screening for diabetes outside the surgery.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Irving, Greg
University of Liverpool, UK
Chronic Heart failure guidelines: Do they adequately address patient need at the end-of-life?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Jaffray, Mariesha
University of Aberdeen, UK
Early discontinuation of anti-depressant therapy in the primary care setting: continuers, discontinuers and contemplators - A qualitative study
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 
TRUMP: A Trusted Mobile Platform for the Self-Management of Chronic Illness in Rural Areas: the case of depression
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Jani, Bhautesh
University of Glasgow, UK
Prevalence and Case finding for Depression in Chronic Diseases: Defining the scale of the problem.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1D - Challenges of case finding  -  10.00-11.00
 
Treatment Burden typology in chronic diseases: Similarities and Differences in Stroke and Heart Failure
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2C - The burden of chronic disease in the community
 

Jones, Melvyn
UCL, UK
A systematic review of whether people with Diabetes mellitus experience less chest pain when having a myocardial infarction (MI).
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Jones, Sue K.
Bristol University, UK
Cross-sectional prevalence study in general practice of male victims and perpetrators of domestic abuse
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Kai, Joe
University of Nottingham, UK
Randomised trial of levonorgestrel intrauterine system compared to usual medical treatment for heavy menstrual bleeding in primary care
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3G - Clinical highlights  -  2.30-4.00
 

Kearley, Karen
University of Oxford, UK
What is the best way to screen for atrial fibrillation in primary care?  A comparison of the accuracy of 3 methods: nurse pulse palpation, a hand-held ECG and a modified BP monitor
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Kendall, Marilyn
University of Edinburgh, UK
Pro-active cancer care in primary care: a feasability study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Keogh, Claire
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Ireland
Heath and use of health services of a homeless population in Dublin: A comparison study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Kerry, Sarah
St Georges University of London, UK
Which sexually active female London students get tested for chlamydia and why? Results from the POPI (Prevention of Pelvic Infection) chlamydia screening trial
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream B4.2 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - how do we decide who to treat?  -  3.00-4.00
 

Khalid, Javaria Mona
United BioSource Corporation, UK
Combination Treatment for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in the United Kingdom (UK)
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Khan, Humera
University of Birmingham, UK
Beliefs about medicines among patients with cardiovascular disease: do socioeconomic factors and degree of risk influence beliefs?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Kirkby, Helen
MRC Midland Hub for Trials Methodology Research, The University of Birmingham, UK
What do research participants really want to know?
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2E - Impact of primary care practice - prescribing  -  11.30-1.00
 

Knowles, Sarah
University of Manchester, UK
Managing mood through technology: patient experience of computerised CBT for depression
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1F - Broadening applications of CBT  -  10.00-11.00
 
What works, and for whom? The challenge of providing personalised mental health care.
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Kontopantelis, Evan
University of Manchester, UK
Exempting dissenting patients from pay-for-performance schemes: a retrospective analysis of exception reporting in the UK Quality and Outcomes Framework
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1G - Developing person centred primary care practice  -  10.00-11.00
 
Quality of primary care for patients with diabetes in England before and after the introduction of a financial incentive scheme: longitudinal observational study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Kordowicz, Maria
,
What are ‘poor performing' general practices really like? Findings from three qualitative case-studies.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3A - What does quality primary care look like?  -  2.30-4.00
 

Kuan, Val
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, UK
Identifying positive evolutionary selection in vitamin D related genes
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Lacey, Rosie
Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre, Keele University, UK
Socio-demographic and clinical characteristics related to attrition in an observational cohort study: linkage of self-reported and primary care medical record data
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Lasserson, Daniel
University of Oxford, UK
Alternatives to hospital care for acutely unwell patients presenting in general practice : activity and impact of an Emergency Multidisciplinary Unit (EMU)
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2F - Doing things differently  -  11.30-1.00
 
Improving the recognition of transient ischaemic attack (TIA) in primary care: Potential and pitfalls of prediction rules using observational data from the primary care record
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1A - Improving access to appropriate care  -  10.00-11.00
 
Management of suspected transient ischaemic attack (TIA) by Australian primary care physicians before referral: investigations and intensity of treatment are associated with diagnostic accuracy
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Lavis, Anna
University of Birmingham, UK
Listening ‘Behind the Scenes’: Enhancing GPs’ Understandings of the Experiences of Carers of Young People with First Episode Psychosis
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3C - Personal experiences - can they change practice?  -  2.30-4.00
 

Lawson, Kenny
University of Glasgow, UK
Double Trouble: The impact of multiple morbidity on (preference weighted) quality of life and health inequalities.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2C - The burden of chronic disease in the community
 

Lawton, Rebecca
,
The use of an idiographic mental health outcome measure (PSYCHLOPS) to explore differences in mental health in patients with cardiovascular disease.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1E - A new look at mental health  -  10.00-11.00
 

Leedham-Green, Kathleen
King's College London, UK
A dietary history pro forma - does this help students and teaching practices raise and address obesity in General Practice?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 
Teaching the social determinants of health - campus or community?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Leftwick, Pete
University of Liverpool, UK
Engaging Medical Students with Diversity Teaching
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2A - Medical education in primary care  -  11.30-1.00
 

Lima Barreto, Vitor Hugo
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Embracement protocol: primary care response to spontaneous demand, a complex manner of overcoming inequity.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 
Primary health care preceptor role in the education of graduate and under-graduate students of a federal public university in Brazil - a reference term.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 
Resident as a teacher: pedagogic development during medical residency in primary health care.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Longman, Harry
University of York, UK
An initial GP phone call improves patient access and continuity when a whole system approach to change is adopted.
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Louch, Penny
Health E1, Homeless Medical Centre, UK
A 'Making Sense of Depression' Framework: A lay model of explanation and understanding
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 
Models of recovery in patients with depression who take antidepressant medication long-term
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Lovell, Karina
University of Manchester, UK
Development and evaluation of a psycho social intervention for people with mental health problems from specific disadvantaged groups
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1A - Improving access to appropriate care  -  10.00-11.00
 

Lycett, Deborah
University of Birmingham, UK
Slimming World In Stop Smoking Services (SWISSS) - Protocol for a randomised controlled phase 2 trial
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Lynch, Marion
Oxford Deanery GP School, UK
Action research to improve GP education and spread best practise to improve professionalism, leadership competency and quality of care and create a social movement in GP education.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Macdonald, Sara
University of Glasgow, UK
Healthcare access: does candidacy aid our understanding of the experience of chronic conditions?
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1A - Improving access to appropriate care  -  10.00-11.00
 

MacKay, James
Department of Population Health and Primary Care, University of East Anglia, UK
What is the relationship between absolute risk of cardiovascular disease and benefit from statin therapy?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream A4.2 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - how useful are risk factors?  -  11.50-12.50
 

Macleod, John
University of Bristol, UK
A cross-validation of self-reported and GP-recorded asthma
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Macleod, Una
Hull York Medical School, UK
Early mortality from colorectal cancer: an exploratory study using national datasets
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 
GPs, Risk Assessment Tools for cancer diagnosis and clinical acumen: a qualitative evaluation
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3E - Changing the way doctors practice  -  2.30-4.00
 

Macnaughton, Jane
,
How might a medical humanities perspective contribute to supporting smoking cessation?
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1G - Developing person centred primary care practice  -  10.00-11.00
 

Madhok, Vishnu
University of Dundee, UK
A new approach to the intractable problem of eczema: The Genetics of Childhood Eczema in Primary Care.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Mahtani, Kamal Ram
Department of Primary Health Care SciencesUniversity of Oxford, UK
Device guided breathing exercises in the control of human blood pressure: systematic review and meta-analysis
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3B - Synthesising the evidence, insights on the process  -  2.30-4.00
 

Makachiya, Elsie
Population Health Sciences, University of Dundee, UK
The influence of socioeconomic status and comorbidity in head and neck cancer survival: A systematic review
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Malins, Sam
University of Nottingham, UK
The Needs of Regular Attenders and Innovative Approaches to their Treatment in Primary Care
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Malpass, Alice
University of Bristol, UK
"Accept it" or "Fight it"?:Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for COPD and asthma patients who have anxiety and depression: qualitative findings from a pilot study.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1F - Broadening applications of CBT  -  10.00-11.00
 

Mander, Louisa
,
Socioeconomic prognostic factors in low back pain primary care attenders: a prospective cohort study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Martins, Tanimola
Peninsula College of Medicine & Dentistry, UK
Earlier Diagnosis of Cancer in Primary Care: assessing the usability and impact of a cancer Risk Assessment Tool (RAT)
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Mason, Bruce
University of Edinburgh, UK
Towards improving the co-ordination of care for people with progressive life-limiting illnesses: a UK mixed method study
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2B - Accessing appropriate health resources
 

Matharu, Tatum
University of Birmingham, UK
The Health and Social Care Bill: the patient perspective
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3E - Changing the way doctors practice  -  2.30-4.00
 

Mathers, Nigel
University of Sheffield, UK
How does continuing professional development (CPD) translate into doctor’s clinical practice and what impact does it have on patients and on the service?: a UK-wide cross–sectional, multi-speciality qualitative study
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3A - What does quality primary care look like?  -  2.30-4.00
 

Mathur, Rohini
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry,Queen Mary, University of London, UK
Managing stroke risk in patients with atrial fibrillation across south and east London
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

McCullough, Kathryn
University of Dundee, UK
An Evaluation of the Role of Trial Recruitment Software in Primary Care: A Case Study piloting Trial Torrent software recruitment to the Children with Eczema, Antibiotic Management (CREAM) study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

McFarland, Lorraine
university of Birmingham, UK
Exploring knowledge and identifying barriers to the prevention of Venous Thromboembolism
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

McGlade, Kieran
Queen's University, UK
Development of the Fibromyalgia Age and Self reported Symptom Total Score (FASST score).
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

McKenzie, Suzanne
James Cook University, Australia
The psychological impact of a lifestyle intervention addressing behavioural risk factors for chronic disease
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

McKinley, Robert
Keele, UK
An innovative long final year assistantship in general practice: assessment and management of risks.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 
An innovative long final year assistantship in general practice: description and initial evaluation.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2A - Medical education in primary care  -  11.30-1.00
 
"Graduating excellent clinicians": the general practice contribution.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Mellor, Ruth
Primary Care Clinical Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK
A taboo too far? Health care provider's views on discussing sexual wellbeing with stroke patients
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Morales, Daniel
University of Dundee, UK
Long-acting β-agonist prescribing in patients with asthma in primary care: a cross-sectional observational study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Morrison, Deborah
General Practice & Primary Care, Institute of Health & Wellbeing, University of Glasgow, UK
Self management of asthma using online or computerised resources: a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative reviews.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Mullen, Jenna-Marie
University of Glasgow, UK
Patients' perceptions of GPs' empathy and objective measurement of emotional concerns, cues and responses in consultations in areas of high and low deprivation in Scotland
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 
Self Management Support in general practices consultations in affluent and deprived areas.
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Murchie, Peter
University of Aberdeen, UK
Patterns of use of health service and prescription drug use in the five years leading up to a cancer diagnosis: a case-control study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Murphy, AWM
NUI Galway, Ireland
Does Heartwatch work? Preventing Cardiovascular Disease in Primary Care: Role of a National Risk Factor Management Program.
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream A4.2 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - how useful are risk factors?  -  11.50-12.50
 

Murray, Joanna
Imperial College London, UK
The burden of bronchiolitis in UK general practice: a population-based birth cohort study using the General Practice Research Database (GPRD)
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Nasir, Laura
King's College London, UK
Boundary Spanning for Inter-organisational Learning for Integrated Care – The Case of Local Health Communities
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3A - What does quality primary care look like?  -  2.30-4.00
 
Learning from Integration: Embedding Inter-organizational Research in Primary Care
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1B - New perspectives, new insights  -  10.00-11.00
 

Natalwala, Ibrahim
Keele University, Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre, UK
Incident consultation to general practice for ischaemic heart disease is moderated by musculoskeletal pain: Prospective findings from the North Staffordshire Osteoarthritis Project (NorStOP)
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Naughton, Felix
University of Cambridge, UK
Acceptability and effectiveness evaluation of a tailored web- and SMS text-message based facilitation of smoking cessation in primary care: the iQuit in Practice trial
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Nelmes, Angela
Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre, UK
Pain Medication Use in Patients presenting to a Musculoskeletal Clinical Assessment and Treatment Services (CATS):  results from the SAMBA study.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Nelson, Pauline
Health Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
Recognising distress in health care consultations: a qualitative study of people with psoriasis
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3G - Clinical highlights  -  2.30-4.00
 

Nicum, Sonal
School of Health and Population Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK
Ethnic differences in electrocardiographic abnormalities.  
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream B4.2 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - how do we decide who to treat?  -  3.00-4.00
 

Nuttall, Jacqueline
Cardiff University, UK
Antibiotic Prescribing and Antibiotic Associated Diarrhoea in Care Homes for the Elderly: a prospective observational study 
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2D - Population impact of primary care practice  -  11.30-1.00
 

O Shea, Brendan
Trinity College, Ireland
Self reported values, practices and beliefs of General Practitioners in their care of overweight and obese children; results from a national sample (20%) of Irish GPs.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 
'Think Ahead' Results of a pilot study in the systematic introduction of a structured instrument to assist well patients reflect and plan for end of life care in General Practice
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

O'Brien, Rosaleen
University of Glasgow, UK
A qualitative study examining the everday 'work' patients, living in socio-economically deprived areas of Scotland, do to manage multimorbidity
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2C - The burden of chronic disease in the community
 
Enhancing the wellbeing of patients with multimorbidity living in areas of high socio-economic deprivation: the use of qualitative research to optimise a primary care-based complex intervention The CARE Plus Feasibility Randomised Controlled Trial (Phase 2)
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2G - Quality in person centred care  -  11.30-1.00
 

O'Connor, Ray
University of Limerick, Ireland
State of diabetes care in unsupported unresourced general practice in Ireland;  current state and future trends.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

O'Dowd, Tom
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Does crèche care impact negatively on infants' health?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Ojeleye, Oluwagbemileke
Division of Social Research in Medicines and Health, University of Nottingham, UK
Community Pharmacists’ views on the safety features and alerts in Patient Medication Record (PMR) systems
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Orton, Elizabeth
University of Nottingham, UK
Independent risk factors for injury in pre-school children: three population-based nested case-control studies using routine primary care data
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream A4.2 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - how useful are risk factors?  -  11.50-12.50
 
Risk factors for scald injury in pre-school children: a case-control study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Pal, Kingshuk
UCL, UK
A Qualitative Study looking at patient and professional views on internet-based self-management programmes for adults with type 2 diabetes
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Park, Sophie
UCL Medical School, UK
A qualitative study exploring the attitudes of GP trainees towards the e-portfolio and its relationship with learning
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Paskins, Zoe
Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre, UK
Stimulated recall using video: getting under the skin of the doctor-patient consultation in primary care.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Paudyal, Vibhu
University of Aberdeen, UK
Health and cost-related outcomes of pharmacy-based Minor Ailment Schemes: A systematic review.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3B - Synthesising the evidence, insights on the process  -  2.30-4.00
 

Payne, Rupert
University of Cambridge, UK
The association between patient experience and quality of prescribing in primary care
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Pearson, David
University of Leeds, UK
Patient Travel to Primary Care: What are the impacts on carbon emissions?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Peckham, Stephen
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK
Practice engagement in commissioning: what can we learn from the past?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream A4.1 - SAPC - Panel: Clinical Commissioning Groups  -  11.50-12.50
 

Pietrucin-Materek, Marta
University of Aberdeen, UK
What do cancer patients want from their follow-up? A discrete choice experiment (DCE) study to investigate preferences for cancer follow-up amongst people with breast, prostate, colorectal cancer and cutaneous melanoma.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Pirotta, Marie
University of Melbourne, Australia
‘It's like painting over dirt': advice to GPs from people who have taken St John's wort for depression, stress or worries
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1E - A new look at mental health  -  10.00-11.00
 

Polak, Louisa
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK
"Kaleidoscope medicine": How GPs combine multiple perspectives into a usable view
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Redwood, Sabi
University of Birmingham, UK
Reaching the ‘seldom heard': using novel qualitative methods in applied health research
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1C - Innovation through qualitative methods  -  10.00-11.00
 

Reeve, Joanne
Liverpool University, UK
Developing generalism: a joint challenge for clinical and academic primary care.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Workshop 1H-W - Developing generalism: a joint challenge for clinical and academic primary care  -  10.00-11.00
 

Reilly, Thomas
University of Aberdeen, UK
Psychometric Properties of the Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology: Systematic Review
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Reulbach, Udo
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
The association between maternal smoking and the prevalence of ADHD in nine year old children
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Rick, Jo
University of Manchester, UK
Multimorbidity and care for long-term conditions in the United Kingdom: baseline data from a large scale cohort study
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2C - The burden of chronic disease in the community
 

Ridd, Matthew
School of Social & Community Medicine, University of Bristol, UK
Identifying patient and clinician priorities for research: treatments for eczema
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Robbins, Isabella
University of Nottingham, UK
"They are just very old and frail things are going to go wrong": A qualitative analysis of the challenges to delivering health care in UK care homes
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2G - Quality in person centred care  -  11.30-1.00
 

Rodgers, Sarah
University of Nottingham, UK
Developing a preconception health assessment intervention in primary care using the MRC guidance for developing and evaluating complex interventions
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2B - Accessing appropriate health resources
 
Diabetes prevention in South Asians: Exploratory study of family facilitators and barriers to dietary change.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Roland, Martin
University of Cambridge, UK
Sexual minorities experience double disadvantage of worse health and less positive experience of health care: results from a national survey in England.
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Rooshenas, Leila
University of Bristol, UK
A qualitative investigation of disinvestment within the NHS
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 
Are children's day care providers excluding children with mild infections unnecessarily, and do their practices encourage inappropriate antibiotic use?
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2D - Population impact of primary care practice  -  11.30-1.00
 

Roughley, Matthew
Primary Care and Health Sciences, Keele University, UK
Gout and risk of incident Renal Disease: a retrospective cohort study in the UK General Practice Research Database
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3E - Changing the way doctors practice  -  2.30-4.00
 

Rowlands, Gillian
London South Bank University, UK
Towards a better understanding of the relationship of functional literacy and numeracy with health.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Sagmeister, Michael
University College London, UK
Clinical Audit on the community-based management of individuals with recognised chronic kidney disease
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Sahemey, Manpreet
Department of Primary Care and Public Health, Barts & The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, UK
Genetic factors affecting complications of preeclampsia – a HuGeNet field overview and meta-analysis
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Salisbury, Chris
University of Bristol, UK
Development of a model to inform the design of a telehealth intervention to support patients with long-term conditions
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Santer, Miriam
University of Southampton, UK
Parents and carers' experiences of applying treatments for childhood eczema and barriers to this: qualitative study
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3G - Clinical highlights  -  2.30-4.00
 
Supporting parents and carers in managing childhood eczema: development of a web-based behavioural intervention
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Schedlbauer, Angela
University of Nottingham, UK
Numbers, graphs or smiley faces? Discrete choice analysis to identify patients' preferences for communicating NSAID related risk.
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Schofield, Peter
King's College London, UK
The transfer of severe mental illness care from secondary to primary care settings - comparing policy, practitioner and patient narratives
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Sedani, Tina
CSD MR UK, UK
Seasonal trends of labyrinthitis in the UK - A THIN database study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Seetharaman, Seeta
King's College London, UK
An audit of oral nutritional supplement (ONS) prescribing at a general practice in South-East London
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Shephard, Elizabeth
Peninsula College of Medicine & Dentistry, UK
Clinical features of kidney cancer in primary care
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Sheppard, James
University of Birmingham, UK
Are we trying to triage stroke patients too FAST?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 
Can we prank call GPs in the name of research?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream B4.1 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - is what we are doing working?  -  3.00-4.00
 
Would you give your Granny a Statin?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Shuttleton, David
,
Cullen’s Consultations;  Harnessing Medical History for Health Education.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Simmonds, Bethany
The University of Bristol, UK
Patients' experiences of participating in a large scale depression trial: a mixed method study
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Sinclair, Jenny
University of Aberdeen, UK
Monitoring of Long Term Prescriptions of Antidepressants: Observational Study in a Primary Care Setting
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Singh, Satinder
University of Birmingham, UK
There and back again: An observational study of blood pressure control along the stroke pathway.There and backagain: An observational study of blood pressure control along the strokepathway.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Siriwardena, A. Niroshan
University of Lincoln, UK
How effective are Z-drug hypnotics for treatment of adult insomnia? Meta-analysis of data submitted to the Food and Drug Administration
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2E - Impact of primary care practice - prescribing  -  11.30-1.00
 
Seven steps for improving influenza vaccination rates in high risk groups: findings from a national cross sectional survey in UK general practice
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2D - Population impact of primary care practice  -  11.30-1.00
 

Small, Nicola
The University of Manchester, UK
Factors influencing the adoption of care planning in primary care: A qualitative study of patient perspectives
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Smith, Alison
King's College London, UK
Has Having Heart Disease Changed Your Life? - A thematic analysis of responses by people on a coronary heart disease (CHD)  register
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Smith, Blair H
University of Dundee, UK
Generation Scotland: Scottish Family Health Study (GS:SFHS).  The study, its participants, and their potential for genetic research on health and illness.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2F - Doing things differently  -  11.30-1.00
 

Sodha, Reena
University of East Anglia, UK
Is glucosmaine of any use in chronic back pain?: A systematic review of randomised control trials
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Musculoskeletal health and Research methods
 

Sohanpal, Ratna
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Demystifying participation rates: A systematic review of participation and retention in studies of pulmonary rehabilitation and COPD self-management programmes.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3B - Synthesising the evidence, insights on the process  -  2.30-4.00
 

Sokalska, Alla
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Health promotion practice
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Southgate, Eleanor
St George's, University of London, UK
Characteristics of young women who do and do not return postal swabs for chlamydia testing: results from a feasibility study
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3G - Clinical highlights  -  2.30-4.00
 

Stange, Kurt
Case Western Reserve University, USA
Dangerous Idea:   Good Enough Could Be Superb
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2F - Doing things differently  -  11.30-1.00
 
Implications of Different Manifestations of Primary Care for Local Health Communities
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 
Modeling the Paradox of Primary Care
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Stapley, Sal
University of Bristol, UK
Clinical features of oesophago-gastric cancer in primary care
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Steel, Nicholas
University of East Anglia, UK
Challenges in interpreting NICE guidelines for primary care
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Steel, Nick
University of East Anglia, UK
The problem with guidelines - towards a pragmatic improvement in evidence based practice
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2G - Quality in person centred care  -  11.30-1.00
 

Stenhoff, Alexandra
University of Liverpool, UK
A longitudinal qualitative study of the role of primary care in the prospective management of long-term conditions:  Exposing the different priorities of patients and practitioners
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1C - Innovation through qualitative methods  -  10.00-11.00
 

Stevenson, Callum
Peninsula Medical School, UK
A postal questionnaire for reducing proton pump inhibitor prescriptions
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Stocker, Rachel
Durham University, School of Medicine and Health, UK
Assessing the uptake of the Liverpool Care Pathway for dying patients: a systematic review
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3B - Synthesising the evidence, insights on the process  -  2.30-4.00
 

Stokes, Tim
NICE, UK
Assessing severity of depression in UK primary care using the QOF depression indicators - a systematic review
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Sullivan, Frank
University of Dundee, UK
Perceived barriers and facilitators to creating a national Research Register to enable 'direct to patient' enrolment into research: experiences from the Scottish Health Research Register (SHARE).
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1B - New perspectives, new insights  -  10.00-11.00
 

Swinglehurst, Deborah
Queen Mary, University of London, UK
Improving quality of care or redefining ‘care'? computer templates in chronic disease management: ethnographic case study
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2G - Quality in person centred care  -  11.30-1.00
 

Taggar, Jaspal
University of Nottingham, UK
Do cravings predict smoking cessation? An investigation into the utility of the "urges to smoke" measures
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3E - Changing the way doctors practice  -  2.30-4.00
 

Tarrant, Carolyn
SAPPHIRE, Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester, UK
Responsiveness in primary care: what does it mean to patients?
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2B - Accessing appropriate health resources
 

Thampy, Harish
University of Manchester, UK
‘Holistic' care: formal and informal collaboration within the implementation of a collaborative care intervention in practice: a qualitative evaluation
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3D - Developing new approaches to care  -  2.30-4.00
 
What are the views and learning needs of GP registrars in relation to developing teaching roles?
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2A - Medical education in primary care  -  11.30-1.00
 

Thiel, Paul
Institute of General Practice and Family Medicine, Jena University Hospital, Friedrich-Schiller-University, Germany
Jena-Paradise-Study: Evaluation of a practice team supported, self-directed exposure training for patients with panic disorders and agoraphobia in primary care - protocol of a cluster-randomized controlled trial
Posters:  Posters Weds and Thurs - Patient centred health care and mental health
 

Thomas, Kim
University of Nottingham, UK
UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network's PATCH I trial: an RCT of prophylactic antibiotics for the prevention of cellulitis (erysipelas) of the leg in patients with recurrent disease.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3G - Clinical highlights  -  2.30-4.00
 

Thomas, Paul
NHS Ealing, UK
Local Health Communities for Diabetes in Ealing
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Tierney, Edel
University of Limerick, Ireland
FUSION - Towards a Framework for Implementation of USer InvOlvemeNt in Primary Care
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1B - New perspectives, new insights  -  10.00-11.00
 

Tochlin, Anna
University of Oxford, UK
Efficacy of sulfonylurea treatment at varying doses for glycaemic control in diabetes - a systematic review and meta-analysis
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Togher, Fiona
University of Lincoln, UK
Using qualitative methods for generating patient reported outcome measures and patient reported experience measures for pre-hospital care of stroke and heart attack
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1G - Developing person centred primary care practice  -  10.00-11.00
 

Tonkin-Crine, Sarah
University of Southampton, UK
Exploring patients' experiences across six countries of GP consultations using a near patient test and/or patient booklet when presenting with acute cough.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Topping, Annie
University of Huddersfield, UK
Rethinking workforce boundaries: roles, responsibilities and skill mix and readiness for change in general practice
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Torrance, Nicola
University of Dundee, UK
Neuropathic pain in the community: more under-treated than refractory?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Trivedi, Daksha
University of Hertfordshire, UK
Conducting a Randomised Controlled Trial in Primary Care: Findings and lessons learnt from the erectile dysfunction and statin (EDS) Trial [ISRCTN66772971]
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Tucker, Katherine
University of Oxford, UK
Under pressure: Can self-monitoring improve the detection of pre-eclampisa?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Tullett, Jayne
University of Birmingham, UK
ExACT recruitment issues; lessons from a randomised trial
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Tuomainen, Helena
University of Nottingham, UK
Facilitating more comprehensive preconception care in general practice: what do women from higher risk communities think?
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3C - Personal experiences - can they change practice?  -  2.30-4.00
 
Women's attitudes towards preconception exploration of family history of inherited conditions: a qualitative study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Usher-Smith, Juliet
University of Cambridge, UK
A qualitative exploration of the pathway to diagnosis of type 1 diabetes in children from the perspective of the child and family
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Vawda, Seema
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, UK
Effects of polymorphisms in inflammatory and immune response genes on adverse respiratory outcomes from exposure to outdoor air pollution: a systematic review
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Vellinga, Akke
NUI Galway, General Practice, Ireland
Individual and practice factors in antimicrobial resistance and prescribing in E.coli associated urinary tract infection: a multilevel model.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2D - Population impact of primary care practice  -  11.30-1.00
 

Vinogradova, Yana
University of Nottingham, UK
Exposure to bisphosphonates and risk of gastrointestinal cancers: series of nested case-control studies using QResearch data
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2E - Impact of primary care practice - prescribing  -  11.30-1.00
 

Virdee, Satnam
University of Birmingham, UK
Would patients take a polypill to manage cardiovascular risk?  An interview study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Wallace, Emma
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Ireland
Risk management in General Practice: an educational initiative for undergraduate general practice teaching.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Walter, Fiona
University of Cambridge, UK
Diagnosing cancer in the bush: a mixed methods study of symptom appraisal and help-seeking in people with cancer from rural Western Australia.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2B - Accessing appropriate health resources
 
How useful is the seven-point checklist for melanoma in general practice?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Concurrent stream A4.2 - SAPC - Clinical highlights - how useful are risk factors?  -  11.50-12.50
 

Wang, Yingying
Medical Research Council, UK
How much do primary care consultation rates differ by gender through the life-course:  an analysis of recent trends in the UK?
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Warner, Alex
University College London, UK
How do doctors learn to manage unexplained symptoms:  A qualitative study of the views of hospital physicians
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Medical education and public health
 

Welsh, Victoria
Keele University, UK
Extending the authority to certify sickness absence beyond the medical profession: a qualitative study
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Wiles, Nicola
University of Bristol, UK
Clinical effectiveness of CBT as an adjunct to pharmacotherapy for treatment resistant depression in primary care
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1E - A new look at mental health  -  10.00-11.00
 

Wilson, Andrew
University of Leicester, UK
Cluster randomised trial of intermediate care clinics for diabetes (ICCD): clinical findings
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 3D - Developing new approaches to care  -  2.30-4.00
 

Wilson, Patricia
University of Hertfordshire, UK
RAPPORT: Research with Patient and Public involvement: a Realist Evaluation.  Findings from a national scoping exercise and survey.
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 1B - New perspectives, new insights  -  10.00-11.00
 
The repeat prescription: an emblem of trajectory work in long term conditions.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Cancer and long term conditions
 

Wood, Fiona
Cardiff University, UK
Exploring the ethical and practical challenges of conducting clinical trials in care home settings.
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Women, children and older people's health
 

Yu, Ning
University of Dundee, UK
Quality of care for people with diabetes better for physical co-morbidity but worse for mental health co-morbidity
Posters:  Poster session Weds and Thurs - Organisation/delivery of primary health care
 

Zheng, Lilin
University of Edinburgh, UK
Identifying patients for generalist and specialist palliative care
Wednesday 3 October 2012:  Parallel session 2B - Accessing appropriate health resources