The John Perry Prize is the most prestigious award for innovation and excellence in Primary Care Computing. It is awarded to those who have made an outstanding contribution to the subject.
The contribution can be a paper, a piece of software, or a set of accomplishments. All will be considered and submissions need not necessarily be related to the conference theme.
If you think you have made an important personal contribution to Primary Care Computing, then please make a submission. Provide as much information as you can, including why you think your submission is worthy of the prize. If you wish to discuss a possible submission, please contact PHCSG Chairman, Dr John Robinson via email@example.com
An award of £500 is made as well as a certificate.
Send John Perry Prize submissions before 31 July 2017 by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions should be sent by email to: email@example.com
Subject: 2017 John Perry Prize Call
Entrants will be notified of outcome around 2nd week in September.
Details about previous winning JPP award recipients can be viewed via PHCSG website - www.phcsg.org
The prize winner will be announced at the annual dinner of the 37th Primary Healthcare Specialist Group on Thursday, 12th October 2017 followed by presentation by the winner at our Annual Conference to be held on Friday, 13th October 2017 Combe Abbey, Warwickshire, CV3 2AB Winning entrant will be published online via PHCSG website and invited to publish their work via open source BCS Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics
Dr John Robinson
Chairman, Primary Health Care Specialist Group
BCS: The Chartered Institute for IT
2016: Dr Neil Paul: General Practice Business Intelligence tool called Apex
2014: Harry Longman Access
2013: Professor Hippisley-Cox: the Open Pseudonymiser tool
2012: Dr Brian Fisher: Patient Access to Electronic Records Systems (PAERS)
2011: Dr Libby Morris: Scottish Emergency Care Summary
2010: CEG - Clinical Effectivenes Group
2009: Dr Mary Hawking: Clinical and information governance in single shared electronic patient records
2008: Kate Warriner: New Health Service for Liverpool
2007: Sheila Teasdale: PRIMIS+
2006: Dr Amir Hannan: Patient record access at Haughton Thornley Medical Centre
2005: Dr Glyn Hayes: Lifetime Achievement
2004: Dr Treharne Jones: INRstar system