BJGP Webinars

BJGP Webinars

BJGP Webinars bring high-profile clinicians and researchers together to discuss the latest findings in primary care research. Available online and to all, look out for future BJGP Webinars by following #BJGPWebinar on Twitter. *Look out for the next BJGP Webinar. Details coming soon*

Cancer Webinar: 26 May 2021

If you’re short on time, use jump links in the video description to navigate to sections of interest

Professor Fiona Walter introduced the webinar on primary care and cancer, highlighting the impact of active research, and three authors of recent BJGP research articles on cancer presented their findings. The webinar concluded with a 30-minute Q&A session with the panel, and time for attendees’ questions.

Webinar schedule:

Time Speakers Topic
19:00 Professor Fiona Walter, Queen Mary University of London and University of Cambridge Introduction on the impact of active research by Professor Fiona Walter
19:15 Dr Stephen Bradley, University of Leeds Estimating lung cancer risk from chest X-ray and symptoms
19:30 Dr Garth Funston, University of Cambridge CA125 test result, test-to-diagnosis interval, and stage in ovarian cancer at diagnosis
19:45 Dr Claire Friedemann Smith, University of Oxford GPs’ use of gut feelings when assessing cancer risk
20:00 Q&A Panel Attendees’ questions
20:25 Close and final comments by Chair


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Other previous Webinars

Health Inequalities Webinar: 24 March 2021

2021 marked 50 years since the ‘Inverse Care Law’ was introduced by Dr Julian Tudor Hart. In recognition of the totemic article, the BJGP hosted a free 1.5-hour webinar on health inequalities, with a video introduction from Prof. Sir Michael Marmot. The webinar focused on recent research and analysis from leading primary care researchers, in the form of short presentations.

Watch the full webinar below:

Jump to the various sections by clicking play, then YouTube (bottom right) where you’ll find section links.




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