01 October 2014
Four events will be held across England between 1 October 2014 and 22 January 2015.
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.
28 November 2014
The NIHR Colorectal Therapies Healthcare Technology Co-operative (HTC), in partnership with the Knowledge Transfer Network Ltd. (KTN) is hosting two workshops focusing on innovative nano and biosensing technologies designed to address specific unmet clinical needs.
Biosensing – Detecting Future Trends
This meeting will focus on ultrasound and imaging, labelling, immunosensor techniques and point of care diagnostics strategies.
Opportunities for Addressing Unmet Clinical Needs in Colorectal, Breast, Urological and Brain Cancer - New Clinician/Industry Collaboration.
This meeting will focus on cancer targets, nanoparticle probes, and multiple aspects of imaging.
At both meetings there will be clinical, academic and commercial input in the morning, and an afternoon session dedicated to workshops aimed at producing research consortia who want to work together to drive an innovative solution to a medical problem.
If you have any questions about either of these events please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
04 December 2014
Nottingham Forest City Ground, Robin Hood Suite
Hosted by: The East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN) and the NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care East Midlands (CLAHRC EM)
This free event sees the launch of a ground-breaking new booklet which could help up to 1 million people with Bipolar Disorder. The guide has huge potential to support people with Bipolar Disorder; helping them retain control and protect their welfare, property and finances during periods when they may experience a loss of capacity.
The guide is just one workstream of a £2 million NIHR-funded programme called PARADES, led by the University of Lancaster’s Spectrum Centre in collaboration with Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust and the Universities of Nottingham and Manchester. PARADES stands for: Psychoeducation Anxiety Relapse Advance Directives Evaluation and Suicidality. The event will review the results from the research programme and give participants chance to shape future implementation of the recommendations and new NICE guidelines on Bipolar Disorder across the East Midlands.
Why come to the event?
To register for the event click here: tinyurl.com/PARADES-bipolar