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Research abstract and clinical submissions

The call for submissions closed on 10 May 2022. The GP22 Advisory Group and RACGP Expert Committee – Research were calling for: 

  • topics relevant to GPs in their everyday settings
  • presenters who will deliver in an innovative and interactive style
  • 15-minute research oral presentations broken down into:
    • 1 minute: Introduction
    • 4 minutes: Outcomes
    • 7 minutes: How the findings translate to practice and why it’s important
    • 3 minutes: Question & answer
  • 1 or 2 hour clinical presentations
  • Poster/ePoster presentations

Presentation types

15-minute research oral presentation


Research

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Case study discussion


Clinical

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Poster presentation


Research | Clinical

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ePoster presentation


Research | Clinical

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Practical skills workshop


Clinical

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Small group learning


Clinical

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Speed dating presentation


Clinical

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Traditional auditorium-style presentations


Clinical

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RACGP awards

 


The RACGP Peter Mudge Medal is an award established to honour the work and commitment of Professor Peter Mudge in general practice and research. Professor Mudge was the Patron of the RACGP Foundation and held a Rose-Hunt Medal, the RACGP's most prestigious honour, for his remarkable contribution to the RACGP both as Chair of the RACGP Tasmania Board and as Chair of RACGP Council.

The medal is awarded annually to a presenter at the RACGP Annual Conference who has advanced the discipline of general practice and the goals of the RACGP and whose original research has the most potential to significantly influence daily general practice. 

Eligibility

To be eligible for the Peter Mudge Medal, an individual must be:

  • an RACGP Fellow
  • a major contributor to the research study being presented
 

Selection Criteria

Applicants will be judged on their GP22 conference presentations against the following criteria:

  • Quality of research presented
    • Clearly defined research question / aims
    • Relevance of research to general practice
    • Clear explanation of research design and statistical analysis
    • Clear presentation of results obtained
    • Potential of research to significantly influence daily general practice
    • Addresses practical application/potential impact of the research
    • Demonstrated depth of knowledge of material
  • Quality of presentation
    • Quality of audio-visual aids
    • Structure of presentation, including timing
    • Adequate / convincing summary of findings
    • Delivery, engagement with audience, and response to questions
  • Judges' overall impression 

Prize

The prize is $500 and a medallion and is given in the name of Professor Peter Mudge.


Dr Alan Chancellor, who passed away in 1993, donated this award in 1990 for new researchers in the field of general practice. A recipient of the Rose Hunt Award for a lifetime of service to the RACGP, Dr Chancellor was Chairman of the National Research Committee, a founding supervisor of the RACGP Training Program, and a foundation member of the RACGP National Research and Evaluation Ethics Committee.  

The Alan Chancellor Award is presented each year to the GP or GP registrar considered to be the best first time presenter of a research paper at the RACGP Annual Conference.  

Eligibility

To be eligible for the Alan Chancellor Award, an individual must be:

  • a GP or GP registrar;
  • in the early stages of their research career;
  • a first-time presenter of a research paper at the RACGP Annual Conference;
  • a major contributor to the research study being presented. 

Selection Criteria

Applicants will be judged on their GP22 conference presentations against the following criteria:

  • Quality of research presented
    • Clearly defined research question / aims
    • Relevance of research to general practice
    • Clear explanation of research design and statistical analysis 
    • Clear presentation of results obtained 
  • Quality of presentation
    • Quality of audiovisual aids
    • Structure of presentation, including timing
    • Adequate / convincing summary of findings
    • Delivery, engagement with audience, and response to questions 
  • Judges’ overall impression 

Prize

The prize is $500 and a medallion and is given in memory of Dr Chancellor.


The RACGP Foundation is delighted to be able to offer an award for the best research poster or ePoster at GP22.   

Eligibility

  • the poster must present research that is relevant to general practice
  • the poster must relate to a project that is complete. 

Posters will be judged on the following criteria

  • Clear explanation of research design and statistical analysis

  • Clear presentation of results obtained
  • Research Quality
  • Use of medium (poster) to innovatively/ cleverly deliver its message
  • Relevance of research to general practice 

Prize

The prize is $350.

Frequently asked questions


We’ll accept a maximum of two (2) presentations per presenter/submitter, including ePoster presentations.

 

You must submit all abstracts using the relevant research or clinical submission template via the GP22 online submission portal. We cannot accept any submissions made via email or post.


No, please don’t include diagrams, illustrations, tables or graphs in your submission document.
 


We’ll notify you of the outcome in June 2022 via email.
 

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