19 September 2014
Taunton and Exeter
These workshops will help you to learn about using Clinical Decision Making principles and skills. You will have an opportunity to hone these skills so that they can then inform clinical work and save you time.
We recognise that everyone has different starting points so we tailor the programme accordingly and offer a progression of workshops.
The workshops are modelled on those run at the Centre for Evidence Based Practice in Oxford and are subsidised by PenCLAHRC.
26 September 2014
Mathematical Institute, Oxford
This is the School's second showcase and it aims to highlight key primary care research from across the eight member departments at the universities of Birmingham, Bristol, Keele, Manchester, Nottingham, Oxford, Southampton and UCL. Keynote speaker: Professor Trish Greenhalgh. http://www.spcr.nihr.ac.uk/events/spcr-showcase
29 September 2014
Buckfast Abbey, Buckfastleigh
The aim of this workshop is to bring together all those with an interest in Integrated/Patient Centred Care across the Peninsula. This workshop is the start of a joint approach from PenCLAHRC and the AHSN to progress a shared understanding of patient centred integrated care and to provide a framework for sharing, innovating, evaluating and doing integrated care research together.
01 October 2014
Three events will be held across England between 1 October and 4 November 2014.
These events will offer an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of our Programme Grants for Applied Research (PGfAR) funding stream. Professor Paul Little, Director of the PGfAR programme will be joined by staff from our Central Commissioning Facility (CCF) and a local PGfAR funding panel Chair to give a presentation followed by a Q&A session.
Registration to this event is free and refreshments will be provided. Further information.
08 October 2014
Royal Society of Medicine - 1 Wimpole Street, Marylebone, London W1G 0AE, UK
The NIHR Enteric Healthcare Technology Co-operative is pleased to announce a major event to be held on Wednesday 8 October 2014, 10am to 4pm at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
A one-day event providing a major networking opportunity for clinicians, industry, patients and healthcare professionals, exploring the unmet needs and brainstorming the upcoming opportunities in gastrointestinal technology development.
09 October 2014
Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds
The Healthcare Technology Co-operative’s annual national meeting - Driving Technological Innovation to Deliver Benefit to Patients with Colorectal Disease will be held at the Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds. This will be a one day event with presentations from leading experts in the field and will provide an opportunity to network with patients, clinicians, academics, engineers and commercial partners to look at upcoming opportunities in colorectal technology development.
11 November 2014
Victoria Gallery and Museum, University of Liverpool
The launch will take place on 11 November in the Victoria Gallery and Museum, University of Liverpool. This free event will involve talks from 13.30–17.00 followed by a drinks reception till 18.00. Those wishing to attend must register by 30 October 2014.
24 November 2014
The Royal College of Physicians, London
Mind The Gap – How can evidence keep pace with new technologies in mental healthcare?
MindTech 2014 brings together leaders in clinical practice, patient experience, academic research, industry and technology development to address the key challenges in building a faster evidence-base to support implementation of new technologies in mental healthcare.
Online booking for this event is now open, early bird savings apply until 30 September 2014: http://www.mindtech.org.uk/news/83-mindtech-2014-mental-health-technology-symposium.html
26 November 2014
National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham
INVOLVE 2014: Changing landscapes
26 and 27 November 2014 at National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham
Online booking is now open for our two day conference www.profbriefings.co.uk/involve2014/
There will be time for people with an interest in public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research to listen, reflect, debate and network.
We look forward to seeing you there. Places are limited so please book as soon as possible
26 November 2014
M Shed, Bristol Museums
Further details to follow.