The Distinguished Papers session on Wednesday, November 9th, salutes the top four oral presentations submitted for Wednesday’s Scientific Program, as rated by our expert panel of researchers.
Take in these top-notch discussions in rooms 118–120 in the Vancouver Convention Centre:
- Ontario Data Support Starfield’s Theory on Practice Quality and Cost (14:00–14:15)
- Home-Based Primary Care for Frail Elders: Does it reduce acute health services use? (14:15–14:30)
- Do Urine Cultures in the Emergency Department Change Management of Young Women With Symptoms of Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infection? (14:30–14:45)
- Measuring the Social Determinants of Health With Linked Administrative Data (14:45–15:00)
These presentations were selected from the 45 abstracts that were accepted for inclusion in Wednesday’s Scientific Program at Family Medicine Forum 2016. The rating is based on criteria that include relevance to family medicine and the potential impact of the findings, so check out this session for ideas that could change the way you practise.