The Primary Care Programme 2016 has been developed in collaboration with PCRS-UK and IPCRG. The organisers look forward to welcoming all delegates interested in primary care practice, as well as academic clinicians, policymakers, healthcare managers and researchers with an interest in delivering high quality care for people with respiratory disease in primary care.

"Primary Care Day: challenging times" consist of 4 sessions

 9.00-10.30:  Clinical challenges in day-to-day primary care - The first session of the day addresses three common challenges that we face in daily practice.

11.00-12.20: Taking up the challenge - The second session of the day addresses four approaches to addressing challenges.

13.30-14.30: Meeting tomorrow's challenge - The third session of the day highlights three innovative approaches for the future.

15.00-16.30: Grand Round - The final session of the day builds on the insights of the day to consider solutions for familiar clinical challenges. 

Primary Care Programme 2016

Please contact IPCRG for more information on the talks.

Abstracts 

Primary Care Day: challenging times I

Primary Care Day: challenging times II

Primary Care Day: challenging times III

Primary Care Day: challenging times IV

DateTimeTopic               Speaker(s)
 09.00The challenge of getting the right diagnosis: asthma and COPD, new diagnostic possibilities                     T. Van Der Molen (Groningen, Netherlands)
 09.30The challenge of multi-morbidity: assessing and managing the whole patient                                             I. Tsiligianni (Heraklion, Crete, Greece)
 10.00The challenge of adherence: recognising and addressing poor adherence (in time limited consultations)    R. Horne (London, United Kingdom)
 11.00Leading quality in primary care: GPwSIs in the Netherlands                                            E. Bischoff (Nijmegen, Netherlands)
 11.20Promoting Fresh Air: addressing smoking cessation and indoor pollution                N. Chavannes (Leiden, Netherlands)
 11.40Evaluating implementation: a framework for implementation science                   H. Pinnock (Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom)
 12.00Developing a primary healthcare service: improving quality and status of family medicine   J. Buchanan (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
 13.30Developing tomorrow’s leaders: UK respiratory leaders programmeN. Baxter (London, United Kingdom)
 13.50Using big data to change healthcare: improving quality of care with routine data                                             B. Delaney (London, United Kingdom)
 14.10Tomorrow’s medicine today: overview of personalised medicine and insights into tomorrow’s world                                             A. Agusti Garcia-Navarro (Barcelona, Spain)
 15.00Challenges and solutions from primary care clinical practice: interactive case presentations                                             I. Small (Peterhead, United Kingdom) M. Roman-Rodriguez (Palma de Mallorca, Spain)