Andrew McGovern presented a poster at the Oxford Foundation Symposium on Saturday 3rd November 2012 on the impact of anaemia and high serum phosphate on mortality in people with chronic kidney disease, and a second poster with Luci Butler (a foundation doctor and honorary research assistant with the group) on the quality of diabetes screening in primary care in women who have had gestation diabetes. He was also able to give an oral presentation on the relationship between serum phosphate and adverse outcomes in people with chronic renal impairment at the National Foundation Doctors Presentation Day on the 18th January 2013 hosted by the Severn Foundation School in Bristol.
Meena Rafiq and Andrew McGovern academic foundation doctors presented research developed as part of their academic foundation attachment with the Clinical Informatics Group at University of Surrey. They presented research based on data collected for the Quality Improvement in Chronic Kidney Disease Trial (QICKD).
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Click here for Quality of Primary Care poster