Events

This section provides details of topical events organised by Public Health Wales and other national and international organisations related to research opportunities, training and dissemination. Whilst we make every effort to ensure all details are correct, please visit the source links for the most up to date information.


24 Oct

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.

Health and Care Research Wales Training

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.

30 - 01 Oct / Nov

Join the DPUK Datathod - Multidisciplinary Workshop

Data Science Building, Swansea University

Unlock Dementia with the Power of Innovation. Explore new data science approaches at hte DPUK datahon. We're looking for a diversity of skills & backgrounds to work on real world data at the event. Attendance is free but places are limited!

01 Nov

Dr Justin Jagosh is an Honorary Research Associate at the University of Liverpool and runs realists methodology training workshops in the UK and internationally. The workshop follows on from our earlier one in February but will also suit those new to RE. It's open to PHW staff and it is helpful if you have a project in mind that you can bring for discussion.

05 - 06 Nov

Rural Health and Care Wales Conference 2019

Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells

The title of this year’s conference is “Rural resilience in Health and Care, communities and individuals”

12 Nov

Evaluability Assessment (EA) is a systematic approach to planning evaluation projects. It helps to inform the timing of an evaluation and to improve prospects of yielding useful results. EA can improve decision-making by sharpening the focus of interventions that are put forward as candidates for evaluation, and establishing the likelihood of measurable impact, before resources are committed to a full scale evaluation. This workshop is open to all PHW staff, but it helps if you have a project in mind that you can bring for discussion.

19 Nov

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.

20 - 23 Nov

12th European Public Health Conference

Marseille Chanot, France

The theme for the 12th EPH Conference is ‘Building bridges for solidarity and public health’

21 Nov

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.

09 - 11 Dec

04th International Conference on Administrative Data Research

Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff

The conference programme will include a range of presentations across topic areas to share new knowledge, generate discussion and promote collaboration opportunities

01 Jun

The aim of this course is to provide you with an introduction to the socio-ecological model of health and how it can be used as a framework for designing public health improvement interventions.

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