The Academy of Primary Care is at the forefront of research and best practice in whole-person primary health care in our region and beyond.
Our focus is to shape the future of primary care, by addressing the ever-growing complexity of healthcare needs in our communities. Our members bring a wealth of knowledge, expertise, and experience in primary care research, education, clinical practice, and scholarship.
We work closely with colleagues across the Medical School, including the MB BS Medicine team and the Health Professionals Education Unit, as well as our local primary care community of clinicians, training networks, commissioners and providers of services, the Royal College of General Practitioners (Humber Faculty and nationally) and members of the public. Our research is a key component of the University of Hull’s Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research. These partnerships ensure our work directly addresses real health needs and concerns of our communities.
As a proud member of the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC), and founder members of SAPC North, we stand at the forefront of advancing the distinct discipline of academic primary care, leading local and national initiatives that promote scholarly work in the field and build the academic primary care workforce.