The PHCSG Early Career Award recognises innovation and excellence in Primary Care Computing. It is awarded to those who have made an outstanding contribution to the subject.

2018: Information standards for recording alcohol use in electronic health records: findings from a national consultation

Dr Shamil Haroon

The 2018 winner of the Early Career award was Dr Shamil Haroon for his work on "Information standards for recording alcohol use in electronic health records: findings from a national consultation"

2017: Visualising improvement - Atrial fibrillation programme

Zaheer Ahmed

The 2017 Early Career Award was presented to Zaheer Ahmed, Informatics Lead for the Clinical Effectiveness Group at Queen Mary University of London.

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2016: Chronic disease care plans and clinical templates

Dr Nazmul Akunjee

The 2016 Early Career Award was presented by Dr Joan Trowell to Dr Nazmul Akunjee, GP Partner at West Green Surgery, Haringey CCG GP IT Lead Medical Director for Federated4Health.

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2016: Highly Commended: S.M.A.S.H

Richard Williams

Richard Williams is a senior software engineer working at the University of Manchester within the Greater Manchester Primary Care Patient Safety Translational Research Centre. Richard was the lead developer on the SMASH project and is currently working towards a PhD on the gap between “routinely collected” and “research ready” datasets.

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2015: Dynamic patient-tailored method to detect abnormal laboratory test results

Paolo Fraccaro

The second Early Career Prize was awarded to Paolo Fraccaro MEng for his work on the development and preliminary validation of a dynamic, patient-tailored method to detect abnormal laboratory test results.

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Paolo's published paper