This week should have been the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) Annual Scientific Meeting 2020 in Leeds. However, due to the pandemic, the meeting has had to be cancelled. To celebrate the week, SAPC has made speakers' abstracts available online at https://sapc.ac.uk/conference/2020 and plans to tweet about authors’ work.
You might like to read the abstract submitted by Dr Sarah Rodgers, PINCER National Programme Manager at PRIMIS which describes the replication model that we developed for the national rollout of PINCER in collaboration with the Health Foundation and Spring Impact, a non-profit global leader in social replication.
Read the abstract "Building a replication model for the national rollout of PINCER using a social franchising approach" on the SAPC website.
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