This section contains details of prizes and awards organised by the Primary Health Care Specialist Group.
The PHCSG Early Career/Student Award recognises innovation and excellence in Primary Care Computing. It will be awarded to those who have made an outstanding contribution to the subject.
The John Perry Prize has been awarded most years since 1985, to many others who have pioneered the implementation of novel computing systems in general practice, and with whom John would be proud to have been associated.
Release of BCS PHCSG discussion paper on the future or replacement of MIQUEST once GP systems migrate from Read Code & CTV3 to SNOMED-CT.
Prizes and Awards
The winner of the 2016 John Perry Prize was Dr Neil Paul for work on Apex - a General Practice Business Intelligence Tool
The winner of the 2016 Early Career Award was Dr Nazmul Akunjee for Chronic disease care plans and clinical templates
2016 Highly Commended for the Early Career Award Richard Williams for S.M.A.S.H