Upcoming APEx Seminars

There will be refreshments provided before the seminars from 12.30pm.

Contact apexseminars@exeter.ac.uk for further details or if you wish to book a place‌.

 

Academic year 2019/20

Title and Speaker

Wednesday 5 February

JS07

13.00-14.00

Dr Chris Clark, Clinical Senior Lecturer in General Practice, UEMS

“20 years of inter-arm difference: what have we learned?”

Wednesday 11 March

JS07

13:00-14:30

Professor Al Mulley, The Dartmouth Institute, New Hampshire, USA

"Title TBA" 

Wednesday 18 March 

JS07

13.00-14.00

Flyer SM & JB

 

Dr Sam Merriel, GP and Clinical Senior Research Fellow, UEMS

"Multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging for prostate cancer diagnosis in primary care"

AND

Dr Jess Bollen, Clinical Trials Unit, University of Exeter

“REACT: REtirement in ACTion. A randomised controlled trial of a community-based physical activity intervention to prevent mobility-related disability for retired older people”

Wednesday 6 May 

JS07

13.00-14.00

Flyer HA

Professor Helen Atherton, Associate Professor of Primary Care Research and Digital Health Lead at the Unit of Academic Primary Care, Warwick Medical School Biog HA

"Caring remotely? The rise of digital patient facing services in general practice"‌

Wedneday 17 June

JS07

13.00-14.00

Dr Gary Abel, Senior Lecturer, UEMS

"Title TBA"

Wednesday 8 July

JS07

13.00-14.00

Dr Bianca Wiering, Postdoctoral Research Associate, CMH

"Guideline discordant diagnostic care: when do primary care referrals not reflect guidelines for suspected cancer?"

AND

Dr Mayam Gomez-Cano, Postdoctoral Research Associate, CMH

"Awareness and use of online appointment booking in general practice: analysis of GP Patient Survey data"

APEx is no longer routinely offering video links to Truro due to low attendance rates there and the unnecessary blocking of a room. If you particularly want to join by video link for one of the seminars please email apexseminars@exeter.ac.uk and we will try to arrange this. 

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