University of Salford
Social prescribing is a fresh perspective on health and social care services that links people, often those experiencing complex and multiple disadvantages, to activities and sources of social support in their community.
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.
18 - 19 Jun
Park Inn by Radisson, Cardiff
This two-day event in Cardiff will focus on genome editing (day one) and next generation sequencingrelated technologies (day two). Experts will be presenting the latest findings and use of these technologies and both days include keynote speakers, short talks and presentations from selected poster submission.
Christchurch Centre, Newport
You are invited to submit and abstract for the Ninth Annual Aneurin Bevan UHB Research and Development Conference.
19 - 22 Jun
University of Nottingham
Every year the University of Nottingham hosts the popular Nottingham Systematic Review Course. The course will appeal to anyone interested in completing a Cochrane-style review. Experienced tutors and facilitators will be available to give you practical and individual advice.
Future Inn Cardiff Hotel
This one day to provide network, opportunities for researchers, policy makers, healthcare professionals, public health specialist, health and care service providers working to translate research evidence into policy and service applications for improving population health.
Prince Philip Hospital, Llanelli
If you are interested in hearing more about genomics, its future applications in Wales, and how it may impact on your services, then join Wales Gene Park in a roadshow for health professional to hear two short talks on genomics.
25 - 29 Jun
For this year only, the ‘Developing’ and Evaluating courses can be attended separately. Developing Complex Public Health Interventions, 25th –26th June Evaluating Complex Public Health Interventions, 27-29th June
02 - 06 Jul
Bangor University’s School of Healthcare Sciences offers you this unique opportuni-ty to gain access to internationally re-nowned experts in a range of fields.
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