Royal College of General Practitioners Awards
RCGP awards for Professor Bruce Guthrie, Professor Stewart Mercer and Dr Luke Daines.
Congratulations to Professor Bruce Guthrie and Professor Stewart Mercer, who have scooped two prizes at the annual Royal College of General Practitioner Awards ceremony this year, and Dr Luke Daines who was awarded RCGP Scotland Early Career Academic GP Award.
RCGP Research Paper of the Year Award
Since 1996, the annual Research Paper of the Year Award has given recognition to an individual or group of researchers who have undertaken and published an exceptional piece of high quality research relating to general practice or primary care. Authors of the award-winning paper are invited to present at the RCGP Annual Conference.
2019 Health Services Research Category Winner and Highly Commended
Professors Bruce Guthrie and Stewart Mercer were among authors of papers winning a Highly Commended and the overall health services research category winner.
Royal College of General Practitioners Research Paper of the Year Health Services Research Category Winner
Minchin M, Roland M, Richardson J, Rowark S, Guthrie B. Quality of care in the UK after removing pay for performance incentives. New England Journal of Medicine 2018:379(1);948-957.
Royal College of General Practitioners Research Paper of the Year Health Services Research Category Highly Commended
Salisbury S, Man MS, Bower P, Guthrie B, Chaplin K, Gaunt D, Brookes S, Fitzpatrick B, Gardner C, Hollinghurst S, Lee V, McLeod J, Mann C, Moffat K, Mercer SW. Improving the management of multimorbidity using a patient-centered care model: pragmatic cluster randomized trial of the 3D approach. The Lancet 2018: 392(10141): 41-50.
RCGP Scotland Early Career Academic GP Award
The aim of the Academic GP Award is to encourage and nurture early career academic GPs starting out in their careers. This award demonstrates the achievements of GPs who are starting out in their academic careers, by showcasing their research and demonstrating its importance to general practice based primary care.
Dr Luke Daines is currently undertaking a PhD with the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research, working on a clinical prediction model to support the diagnosis of asthma in primary care.