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Exeter Collaboration for Academic Primary Care (APEx)

Exeter Collaboration for Academic Primary Care (APEx)

Exeter Collaboration for Academic Primary Care (APEx)

Exeter Collaboration for Academic Primary Care (APEx)

The Exeter Collaboration for Academic Primary Care (APEx) is a multidisciplinary team within the College of Medicine and Health. We have strong partnerships with schools of primary care across the country, the NHS and NIHR. 

APEx Directors

Professor John Campbell is Professor of General Practice and Primary Care, and Co-Director of the APEx Collaboration

@profjcampbell

APEx Directors

Professor Richard Neal is Professor of Primary Care, and Co-Director of the APEx Collaboration

@richarddneal

NIHR SPCR 2021-2026

We are delighted to be recognised as one of the nine member departments of the NIHR SPCR 2021-2026, recognising excellence in priamry care research.

Read the article on the SPCR Official website 

On our UoE News page

And our APEx blog: SPCR Launch Event

If you would like to get in touch contact apex@exeter.ac.uk or visit our team page for links to individual staff member profiles.

 

  • Advice Clinics are for primary care researchers intending to submit applications in the School for Primary Care Research (SPCR) funding rounds

  • Ideas Cafes are early informal chats with the Exeter Collaboration for Academic Primary Care (APEx) Patient & Public Involvement and Engagement Group
  • Establish a research focus on the development and delivery of holistic, person-centred care that builds on existing expertise.
  • Understanding, research, and explore new, integrated models of care which cross traditional boundaries of primary, secondary, mental health and social care.
  • Look at innovative ways of delivering high quality integrated care that exploit the potential of technology.
  • Establish a continuum of education in primary care from the undergraduate to the postgraduate and the established professional, placing research and evidence at the heart of primary care education.

 

Read the Exeter Statement for Academic Primary Care

Bringing together research groups across Health and Community Sciences

  • Ageing and Frailty (website under construction)
APEx Seminars

Visit our Events page to find out more about our next APEx Seminar.

Seminars typically run Jan-Mar, May-July, Sep-Dec

 

Blog

Visit our blog where we share primary care staff profiles, news including departmental and research, and opinion pieces

 

 

 

 

 

Featured Research & Publications