11 - 12 Sep
University of Warwick
The conference programme is linked to three key themes: •Promoting world leading science and evidence •Making the economic case for prevention •Working towards a healthier, fairer society
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.
13 - 14 Sep
Sketty Hall, Swansea
This two day workshop will include short presentations on specific aspects of applying for funding but the emphasis will be on small group work with a range of methodologists to develop key sections of your application.
Conwy Business Centre
ENRICH Cymru, the Enabling Research in Care Homes Network , is co-hosted by the Centre for Ageing and Dementia Research and the Wales School for Social Care Research. ENRICH Cymru aims to improve the lives of older people living in care homes across Wales by establishing a network of ‘research ready’ care homes and care home sector.
This event is open to NHS staff and those working in Social Care only, and focuses on applying for research funding to the RfPPB and Social Care Award calls.
The aim of the seminar is to develop a shared agenda and identify potential collaborations for future research on problem gambling.
19 - 20 Sep
National Museum Cardiff, Wales
SAVE THE DATE - WBP are delighted to announce that the Wales Biodiversity Partnership Conference will take place on the 19th and 20th September at the National Museum Cardiff, Wales.
20 - 21 Sep
This meeting will examine bottlenecks to (rapid) deployment of clinical research in an infectious disease outbreak and what we can do to overcome them. Patients, researchers, regulators, funders and policy makers must work together to achieve this.
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