This free-to-attend virtual conference focuses beyond health and social care to areas where there is untapped potential for local and national action to support healthier lives. We will explore how a wide range of organisations - across local government, the voluntary sector, the private sector and local communities - have it within their power to improve people's health.
Health and Care Research Wales provides a high-quality, needs-driven training programme accessible to health and social care researchers in Wales. The free training programme is delivered across Wales by a range of expert facilitators. To find out more about the wide range of training available or to register on a course, visit the Health and Care Research Wales Training programme.
University Hall Conference Centre, Birchwood House, Cardiff
The Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS) South East Wales Grant Writing Day will take place on 26th September at the University Hall Conference Centre, Birchwood House, Cardiff.
Birchwood House, University Hall, Penylan, Cardiff, CF23 5YB
Researchers, community members and practitioners are invited to this event, to consider the published evidence about volunteering in health and care in the light of experience, knowledge and the policy context in Wales.
Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester
Today we live in a technology rich, digitally enabled world that has influenced many aspects of our daily lives, such as how we shop, socialise and communicate, to mention just a few. However, the health and social care services have been lagging behind in adopting and utilising healthtech and innovation to support better care provision.
The Medical Research Council funded Hubs for Trials Methodology Research Network is holding its fifth workshop for newly funded chief investigators of randomised clinical trials. The training will include presentations from chief investigators, clinical trial unit directors, trial funders and trial methodologists.
A one-day collaborative conference supported by the Wellcome Trust, the Social Prescribing Network and the Royal Society for Public Health Special Interest Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing.