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Hosted by the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, the 44th SAPC Annual Conference brings together up to 300 researchers over three days to discuss the latest research and education aimed at advancing primary care.

Check the SAPC website for further updates.


Conference chair: Professor Susan Jebb

Committee: Dr Helen AshdownDr Helen AthertonProfessor Richard HobbsDr Dan LassersonProfessor Richard McManusSarah MorrishDan Richards-Doran, Sue Stewart (SAPC)


9 January 2015 - workshop and mini symposium submission deadline 

23 February 2015 - presentation abstract submission deadline at 10am.  

To request email alerts for website updates when submission opens please email or follow on twitter @sapcacuk

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Wednesday 8 July

Thursday 9 July

Friday 10 July

10.30 Registration opens

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Opening session

17.45 Helen Lester Memorial Lecture

18.30 Drinks reception

08.00 Registration desks open

09.00 Sessions begin

13.00 SAPC AGM

17.30 Sessions close

17.30-18.30 Optional activities

19.30 Conference dinner at Keble College

08.30 Registration desks open

09.00 Sessions open

13.15 Conference closes



Keble College
St Anne’s College 


Wednesday 8 July 2015, Oxford University Museum of Natural History


Thursday 9 July 2015, Keble College

How to get to the Mathematical Institute (Andrew Wiles Building)

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