Welcome to our group!

Welcome to the Primary Health Care specialist group. Our focus is the development and dissemination of best practice in primary care informatics and seeks to influence policy makers to ensure the effective application of informatics for the benefit of patients.

We look forward to welcoming you to our next event.

John Robinson, Chair

The 39th PHCSG Annual Conference and Education Day

We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who contributed to and attended our highly successful education day and conference at Billesley Manor on 10-11 October 2019.
This year saw a high attendance, with both events fully booked ahead of schedule.

Both days provided excellent and stimulating (if at times controversial) discussion.

Keep an eye on this page for information regarding next years education day and conference.

At the conference dinner the winners of this years John Perry Prize and Early Career Award were announced as Dr Dustyn Saint and Dr Victoria Palin respectively.

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About us

Founded in 1981 the PHCSG brings together all the disciplines involved in primary care informatics and provides a two-way link between cutting-edge development and grass-roots practice.

The membership includes clinicians, managers, academics and suppliers, who help the group maintain links with health informatics bodies in Europe, North America and Australasia.

The group’s main focus is the development and dissemination of best practice in primary care informatics and seeks to influence policy makers to ensure the effective application of informatics for the benefit of patients.

The group keenly supports the professionalism agenda and sees its role as both encouraging people to register with Fed-IP or the Faculty of Clinical Informatics and representing all those with an interest in primary care.