Lloyd D Hughes, NHS Tayside, United Kingdom
Lloyd graduated from the University of Dundee and completed his academic foundation training in Tayside before moving to complete a geriatric medicine fellowship in Edinburgh. He completed his GP training in Fife in 2020. The geriatric fellowship proved to be rewarding as Lloyd developed his research into the area of multimorbidity and during his time in Dundee looked at targeted treatment for multimorbidity within the geriatric setting. He has published several peer-reviewed publications in the area of multimorbidity, and currently, Lloyd is working toward completing his PhD looking at health management and service delivery for individuals with multimorbidity as a NES Academic Fellow at the University of St Andrews.
Filipe Prazeres, University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Filipe Prazeres is a Family Physician and an Invited Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences – University of Beira Interior – Portugal. He is also an integrated doctoral researcher in the Health for All research group, in the Research Line (LT1) - Preventive Medicine & Societal Challenges - Center for Health Technology and Services Research (CINTESIS). He has a PhD in Medicine and his research interest is focused on patients who present multiple chronic medical conditions (multimorbidity) in primary care settings.
Ingmar Schäfer, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
Born 1974 in Goslar am Harz, Germany. Studied sociology, psychology, law and philosophy in Wuppertal and Hamburg and did his PhD in 2014. Since 2006, he has worked at the Institute and Outpatients Clinic of General Practice/Primary Care at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf. One focus of his research is the quality of primary care for older patients with multimorbidity. Further research interests are low subjective treatment urgency in emergency care, as well as socially disadvantaged groups, the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and digitalisation in the context of primary care.
Jean Karl Soler, European General Practice Research Network, Malta
Jean Karl Soler is a Family Doctor and Specialist in occupational medicine, and a keen primary care researcher interested in the epidemiology of family medicine and the process of diagnosis in primary care. He has also published about burnout and the use of electronic medical records for research.
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