2023 AUDGPI ICGP Joint Conference

The early bird rate for full registration has been extended and will be available here until the 10th of February.

2023 AUDGPI ICGP Joint Conference

The University of Galway organising team are delighted to open registration for 2023’s AUDGPI ICGP Joint Conference. This conference will be held in-person on the University of Galway Campus on the 3rd and 4th of March 2023.

Speakers will include:

  • Professor Chris Butler, University of Oxford
  • Dr Karen Matvienko-Sikar, University College Cork
  • Dr Maureen Kelly, University of Galway & Mr Fintan Foy, ICGP

An early bird rate for full registration will be available here until the 10th of February, with reduced rates also available for GP trainees and for 1 day registrations (please indicate which day you will be attending while registering). A number of free student places will be made available, with details of how to apply to be shared with relevant institutions in the coming weeks.

Abstracts can be submitted here, with a closing date of the 9th of January 2023.

Programme

Day 1

10:00 Registration Opens
11:00 Open Conference
11:10 Plenary 1 Professor Chris Butler, University of Oxford
12:00 Parallel session 1
13:00 Lunch and networking
13:30 AGM Bailey Allen 2
14:00 Fiona Bradley Award
14:15 Plenary 2 Dr Karen Matvienko-Sikar, University College Cork
14:45 Parallel session 2
15:45 Coffee & Posters
16:15 Parallel session 3
17:15 Day 1 closes
17:20-17:50 Social activity
19:30 Conference Dinner

Day 2

08:00 Social activity
09:00 Registration opens
09:30 Sponsor Word: Ruth Shipsey, Medisec Open day 2 with welcome
09:45 Plenary 3 Dr Maureen Kelly University of Galway & Mr Fintan Foy ICGP
10:15 Parallel session 4 and Teachers in GP workshops
11:15 Coffee break
11:30 Parallel session 5 and Teachers in GP workshops
12:30 Closing session, prizes
13:00 Conference closes

 

2022 AUDGPI ICGP Joint Conference

Theme: “The role of General Practice Research and Education in tackling health inequity”

The TCD oganising team are delighted to announce details for next year’s AUDGPI ICGP Joint Conference.

Dates:     Friday 4th and Saturday 5th March 2022

Keynote speakers:

Dr David Blane, Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow

Dr Sara Burke, Centre for Health Policy & Management, Trinity College Dublin

 AUDGPI ICGP Prize Winners 2022

William Shannon Prize for Best Trainee presentation:

Dr Ciaran Cassidy, South East GP Training Scheme

Application of Stop frail deprescribing tool to nursing home residents across 5 GP practices In the South East of Ireland

 George Irwin Prize for Best Education presentation

Prof Andrew Murphy, NUIG

Supporting medical students towards future careers in general practice: a quantitative study of Irish medical schools

 James McCormick Prize for Best Research presentation

Dr Caroline McCarthy, RCSI

Process Evaluation of the SPPIRE trial: a GP delivered medication review of polypharmacy, deprescribing and patient priorities in older people with multimorbidity

 Health Equity Prize

Dr Patrick O’Donnell, UL

The development of a social exclusion measurement tool for use in healthcare settings

 Overall prize

Dr Caroline McCarthy, RCSI

Process Evaluation of the SPPIRE trial: a GP delivered medication review of polypharmacy, deprescribing and patient priorities in older people with multimorbidity

2021 Early Career Symposium

Theme: “Developing Primary Care Research Communities for a Post-Pandemic World”

Date:     Friday 12th November 2021

Time:     09:15 – 15:30

The QUB oganising team are delighted to announce provisional details for this year’s AUDGPI Early Career Symposium.

 

Keynotes:

  1. Emma Wallace (Associate Professor of GP Royal College of Surgeons Ireland)
  2. Phil Evans (https://www.nihr.ac.uk/people/evans-philip/11962 NIHR National Specialty Lead for Primary Care both inside and outside of general practice, author of the 2021 NIHR Primary Care research strategy, chair of the strategy implementation programme board and lead for the recent Principle Study, one of the urgent public health Covid studies that was conducted in Primary Care on an adaptive trial platform design)
  3. Sam Meriel (https://medicine.exeter.ac.uk/people/profile/index.php?web_id=Sam_Merriel) and Polly Duncan (https://research-information.bris.ac.uk/en/persons/polly-r-duncan) instigators of PACT (Primary Care Academic Collaborative) (https://www.spcr.nihr.ac.uk/news/blog/pact-research-collaborative-announces-winning-grassroots-project-idea-in-rcgp-dragons2019-den) a trainee-driven initiative for research in Primary Care

 

2021 AUDGPI and ICGP Annual Joint Scientific Meeting (Virtual)

Friday 12 March & Saturday 13th March (9am to 1pm)



Registration is free to AUDGPI members and affiliate institutions; however

You must register in advance in order to receive the
Zoom links, the Programme & Book of Abstracts and Certificates of Attendance.

We look forward to welcoming you to the conference.

2020 AUDGPI annual Early & Mid Careers Day

The HRB Primary Care Clinical Trials Network are pleased to announce details for the Association of University Departments of General Practice in Ireland (AUDGPI) annual Early & Mid Careers Day, to be held virtually via Zoom on Friday 20 November from 09:30-13:15. This is of interest to all those GP’s, GP trainees, health care professionals and social scientists currently involved, or with an early interest, in academic general practice and primary care. Irish GPs, health care professionals and social scientists at early and mid-career stages will outline their career pathways and what they have learnt along the way.

There will be parallel session on opportunities for research funding and opportunities for training in teaching and assessment. This will be then followed by a focus on international academic training opportunities. Parallel sessions on patient involvement in research and education will also be delivered.

The meeting is always an excellent networking opportunity and this will again be supported by a closed meeting to finish.

Registration is now open, please click this link to register for free.

Places are limited.

Supporting medical students towards careers in general practice 2020

A meeting supported by the Association of University Departments of General
Practice Ireland and the Irish College of General Practitioners

Date: Friday September 25th 2020

Venue: Zoom

Time: 1200-1330hrs

Chair: Prof Susan Smith, RCSI, Chair AUDGPI


1200 Prof Val Waas OBE, Keele University
‘By choice, not by chance’ : an update of the impact of a national English initiative to increase
numbers of students following careers in general practice

1215 Discussion

1225 Ryan Fagan, Medical Student, Chair University of Limerick GP Society: Perspectives of Irish
medical students

1235 Prof Andrew W Murphy, NUI Galway, Vice Chair AUDGPI: Perspectives of Irish university
departments

1245 Prof Frank Murray, Director National Doctors Training & Planning, HSE: Perspectives of the
NDTP

Chair: Mr Fintan Foy, CEO, ICGP


1255 Round table discussion with speakers and representatives of the Irish Medical Council, Irish
Medical Organisation and Irish Medical Schools Council

1320 Next steps

1330 Finish


Association of Departments of General Practice Irish College of General Practitioners Joint Scientific Meeting 2020

The Association of Departments of General Practice Irish College of General Practitioners Joint Scientific Meeting 2020 will be held in Western Gateway Building, University College Cork on the 5th and 6th of March 2020.

This is an annual scientific meeting for members of the Association of Departments of General Practice in Ireland and members of the Irish College of General Practitioners as well as students of universities on the island of Ireland working with departments of general practice and trainees on general practice training scheme on the island of Ireland.

2019 AUDGPI and ICGP Annual Scientific Meeting | RCSI

The 2019 Joint Annual Scientific Meeting of the AUDGPI and ICGP will be held in Dublin on Thursday, 28th February and Friday, 1st March 2019. The event is hosted by the HRB Centre for Primary Care Research and Department of General Practice in the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland.

An exciting conference awaits, showcasing the best of Irish primary care and general practice research and education, with oral presentations, workshops and moderated poster sessions.

We are delighted to have three excellent plenary speakers including:

  • Dr Rita Doyle; General Practitioner and President of the Irish Medical Council
  • Professor Richard Hobbs; Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, NIHR English School for Primary Care Research
  • Dr Margaret McCartney; General Practitioner and Columnist BMJ

The conference venue is the Main Building of the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland.

All information about the conference can be found on the HRB Centre for Primary Care website.

Evidence in Primary Care
Institute for Lifecourse and Society (ILAS), NUI Galway, 8th & 9th March 2018

Keynote speakers: