AGM and Annual Conference 2017

The 37th PHCSG Annual Conference, 'The Robot Will See You Now' and AGM with pre-conference Free Education Day on 12 October.

The conference presentations are now available
The education day videos are now available

Date/Time:
12 October 2017, 9.30am - 4.45pm
13 October 2017, 9.30am - 4.30pm

Venue:
Coombe Abbey, Brinklow Road, Binley, Warkwickshire, CV3 2AB | Directions

Conference sponsors

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Pre Conference FREE Education Day
12 October, 9.30am - 3.00pm

This day is designed for all those working in primary care who would like to have a better understanding of their IT and how the data may be shared. At the end of the day the attendee should understand how to keep and use good electronic records and the importance of doing so and have confidence in understanding how data should be shared with patients and for other uses.

The number of places are limited and so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Event Programme

 

PHCSG AGM - 4.00pm - 4.45pm

All members of the PHCSG Group are invited to attend the AGM, this will be followed by the AGM Conference Dinner at 8.00pm, which is open to all (smart dress required).

Conference: 'The Robot Will See You Now!' - 13 October

How new advances in IT will change the face of primary care.

Programme

Documents

Microsoft Word Icon AGM Notice

Microsoft Word Icon Committee Nomination Form

PDF Icon Committee Member Roles

PDF Icon AGM Agenda

PDF Icon AGM 2016 Minutes

PDF Icon Chairman Report 2017

PDF Icon Vice Chair Report 2017

PDF Icon Secretary Report 2017

PDF Icon Treasurer's Report 2016-2017

Past AGM meetings

News and events

News

The videos from the highly successful Free Educational Day on 12 October 2017 are now available under the Educational Videos tab

Prizes and Awards

The 2017 winner of the John Perry Prize was Richard Williams for his work on the Salford Medication Safety Dashboard - SMASH!

The 2017 winner of the Early Career Award was Zaheer Ahmed for his work on Visualising Improvement - the Atrial Fibrillation Programme