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.

09 May

NICE Annual Conference 2019

Hilton Manchester Deansgate

NICE 2019: Transforming care celebrates 20 years of NICE's commitment to innovation, excellence and evidence-based health and care.

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.

12 - 14 May

RDF19 will start at 18:00 on Sunday 12th May 2019 with a similar format to RDF 18.. Full details of the event for delegates will be provided later in the year.

16 May

his event will be an opportunity to share the impact RCBCWales researchers are having in Wales (and beyond), to showcase the research, achievements and impact of the scheme and to ascertain the research readiness of stakeholders.

16 May

Recognition of student mental health and wellbeing issues has led to a culture change in further and higher education institutions. This conference will bring together F/HEIs, public, voluntary and third sector service providers; service users and mental health professionals to review progress made in addressing MH on campus', share best practices and develop their approach to improving student mental health outcomes.

11 Jun

10th Annual R&D Conference - Aneurin Bevan

Christchurch Centre, Newport, NP20 5PP

Research for Clinical Futures Delivering "A Healthier Wales". To be held at the Christchurch Centre, Newport

18 - 21 Jun

The Nottingham Systematic Review Course

University of Nottingham

This course qualifies for 24 Royal College of Physicians CPD Points. The Nottingham Systematic Review Course is aimed at participants who wish to become proficient in developing and undertaking a Cochrane-style systematic review of interventions. As this is an introductory course, no previous knowledge of systematic reviewing is required.

24 - 28 Jun

Developing and Evaluating Complex Public Health Interventions

Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University

The aim of the 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. You will also learn about different research methods used for developing new interventions, how to develop an intervention ‘logic model’, and how DECIPHer works with policy-makers, health professionals and the public to co-produce interventions.

02 Jul

MediWales Connects - Delivering Innovation

The Great Hall, Swansea University

The Wales NHS: clinical, care and research communities meet to share innovation and showcase collaboration.

03 - 04 Jul

The theme for the Annual Conference is 'Civil Society and Participation' and it promises to provide colleagues from across the academic, policy, public, private, and third sectors with the opportunity to network and discuss cutting edge inter-disciplinary research from Wales and beyond that focuses on approaches adopted in a wide range of policy areas.

12 - 14 Sep

Call for papers: ECSR Annual Conference

University of Lausanne, Switzerland

The European Consortium of Sociological Research (ECSR) will hold its next annual conference at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, on 12-14 September 2019. The conference theme is Inequality over the life course

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