PRIME Centre Wales Annual Meeting 2016

15th November 2016,  Wrexham

We were delighted to welcome guests to the second PRIME Annual Meeting, held 15th November 2016 at Ramada Plaza Bangor.

The meetings focussed on PRIME work packages 'Screening, prevention and diagnosis in primary care and 'unscheduled and emergency care'.

Guests speakers included Janette Turner, Reader in Emergency & Urgent Care Research, Sheffield University; and Dr Fiona Walter, Principal Researcher in Primary Care Cancer Research, University of Cambridge.

Presentations from the day are available to below.

Presentations from the day

Dr Nefyn Williams – 'Welcome to North Wales'

Prof Chris Burton – 'Bangor University Welcome'

Prof Adrian Edwards - 'Director's Overview'

Dr Kate Brain - 'Screening, Prevention & Early Diagnosis'

Dr Fiona Walter, University of Cambridge - 'Supporting Early Detection of Melanoma in Primary Care'

Dr Alison Porter, Swansea University - 'Unscheduled & Emergency Care'

Janette Turner, University of Sheffield
'Evidence Based Pre-Hospital Care - What a Difference a Decade (or two) Makes'

Gwyn Hughes, Betsi Cadwaladr UHB – Elevator Pitch
'FAST Study - Feasibility Study of Anticoagulation Self-Testing'

Andrei Stanciu, Bangor University – Elevator Pitch
'Primary Care Clusters in Wales'

Dr Nefyn Williams, Bangor University – Elevator Pitch
'Re-design Primary Care for Function Not Disease'

Matthew Jones, Swansea University – Elevator Pitch
'Unmet Mental Health Needs of Callers to the Welsh Ambulance Service'

Dr Alison Porter, Swansea University – Elevator Pitch
Challenges facing the UK's 14 Ambulance Services

Darel Cookson, Glyndwr University – Elevator Pitch
'A feasibility study for developing a governance network through sharing decision making about alternatives to attending Emergency Departments'

Dr Sunil Dolwani, Cardiff University – Elevator Pitch
'Bowels - INSIDE OUT; Bowel cancer - Early Diagnosis Innovation grant CRUK'

Grace McCutchan, Cardiff University – Elevator Pitch
'Development of a lung cancer awareness intervention targeted at deprived communities'