The new streams are Quality Improvement, Discovering General Practice, New Models of Care Across the UK, and General Practice Communities.
The conference takes place at the SEC Glasgow from 4-6 October 2018, following the highly successful Liverpool event in 2017 at which 96% of delegates said they had achieved their goals.
More than 1,600 GPs are expected to attend for more than 80 hours of sessions, including inspirational speakers, all the latest primary care research and practical CPD of the highest quality.
The concurrent learning sessions will be organised within ten main streams, as detailed below:
Campaigning for General Practice Updates and debate on new and existing government policy and its impact
Clinical Learning Practical knowledge updates on hot topics in everyday clinical care
Discovering General Practice *NEW Inspiring tomorrow’s GPs through engagement with schools and universities
General Practice Communities *NEW Supporting distinct communities of GPs with similar needs and interests
Health and Wellbeing Lifestyle changes to enhance your personal and professional wellbeing
Healthcare Technology Taking advantage of new technologies to develop innovative patient services
Medical Education Developing the trainers and educators of GPs and primary care professionals
New models of care across the UK *NEW How GPs in the four nations are transforming patient care
Quality Improvement *NEW Practical quality improvement strategies for everyday primary care
Research and Innovation Latest findings and practical implementation of primary care research
The Short Papers stream will deliver quickfire presentations of the latest research relevant to primary care. You can submit abstracts for this stream, and enter your posters, from February 2018.