25 - 26 Sep
The UK Health Show is the leading free-to-attend gathering of NHS, primary care, independent sector, local authorities and private providers who want to over-come the challenges of digital transformation and health and social care integration to create a long-term, sustainable healthcare system that delivers the best possible patient outcomes.
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.
26 - 27 Sep
For this year only, the Developing and Evaluating courses can be attended separately. Process Evaluation of Complex Interventions - 26th September Feasibility Studies for Complex Public Health Interventions - 27th September
01 - 14 Oct
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS The call for abstracts refers to papers submitted by dele-gates for the Learning through Practice sessions and poster sessions during the 4 days of the conference. The 6 main themes of the conference: People, Place, Participation, Prosperity, Planet, Peace
During the new symposium you will have the opportunity to explore strategies for embedding research in a health & care organization and hear perspectives on research culture and leadership from top Board level NHS executives, patients and peers who are leading R&D
17 - 18 Oct
After the ongoing success of MediWales Connects, the all Wales NHS collaboration conference, we will be taking the event to North Wales in October in collaboration with Betsi Cadwaladr UHB and Powys THB.
Swalec Stadium, Cardiff
Plans for the Health and Care Research Wales conference 2018 are now well underway. Be sure to join us and learn more about research to this year's theme: 'Future-proofing research in Wales'.
03 - 10 Nov
The ESRC Festival of Social Science will take place across the UK from 3-10 November. The call for applications is now open and will close at 17:00 on 1 June. This year, we are particularly keen to receive applications for events in Swindon, London and Wales. We also continue to encourage applications from early career researchers who want to find ways to engage with audiences through a variety of activities.
Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow
The NCRI Cancer Conference is the UK's largest forum showcasing the latest advances in cancer research. The conference provides a platform for researchers, clinicians, people affected by cancer and industry representatives to come together to discuss, present and showcase high-quality research.
This one day symposium will be a day of hot topics bringing together those acting for and on behalf of Sponsor organisations across the non-commercial sector, including Sponsor representatives, CTUs, regulators and policy makers.
Prospero House, London
The UK Biobanking Showcase is the leading event for researchers working with human samples. There will be interactive talks, up to date news and debate, along with workshops and networking.