SSRGP Research Conference – Accepting Abstracts

On behalf of the Organising Committee, we’re proud to present the Student Symposium for Research in GP (“SSRGP”)!

The Committee invites you to partner with us and have abstract submissions publicised amongst the medical students. Our abstract submissions deadline is less than a month away, and the Committee is keen on maximising submissions across the UK. Our eligibility criteria is intentionally inclusive to capture the diversity of medical student research projects. 

https://rcgpportal.force.com/s/lt-event?id=a1U1i000001UEChEAO&site=a0d1i00000OrM2BAAV

NB: Navigate through the page for abstract submission instructions.

How can you help?

  1. Please see attached for high quality advertisement images, made in partnership with the RCGP’s media team. These have been tailored for various social media platforms.
  2. Please see the below announcement for a suggested “call for abstracts” announcement for email/announcement board circulation

# Announcement

Call for abstracts – national primary care research conference!

  • Interested in General Practice?
  • Have you done some research related to General Practice?
  • Curious about being a clinician-researcher?

If you answered YES to any of the above, this free, online student-run RCGP conference is for you! 

The Student Symposium for Research in Primary Care (SSRGP) is calling for abstract submissions! We’re looking for research projects related to any aspects of general practice and primary care. A broad selection of projects are eligible to be accepted – this could be a research student-selected component, an intercalation thesis, an audit or a private project with a supervisor.

Sign up here for a) tickets and b) abstract submission instructions:

https://rcgpportal.force.com/s/lt-event?id=a1U1i000001UEChEAO&site=a0d1i00000OrM2BAAV

NB: you must reserve a free ticket to submit an abstract!

  • Deadline for abstract submissions: 18 May
  • Date: 18 Sept
  • Venue: Online (Zoom)
  • Cost: FREE
  • Primary Contact: Marcus Chong, mjwchong1@sheffield.ac.uk. Fourth-year medic, Sheffield; Regional Lead, SSRGP Committee

SSRGP brings together GP clinician-researchers from various stages of their careers for an exciting day of workshops, panel discussions and poster presentations. This event is organised by students, for students! SSRGP is proudly supported by the RCGP and the SAPC.