- Using IPhones and IPads to make short films and podcasts (30/04/15 and 18/06/15):
This workshop is designed to teach the basic skills of planning, storyboarding, filming and editing short films and podcasts so that researchers and health care professionals can communicate their work more effectively and more widely. Both workshops are now full but details of future workshops will be available on our website.
This half day workshop is being led by The Alzheimer's Society and will focus on plans for their new implementation grant scheme which will be launched in June 2015 The workshop is open to anyone working in the field of research and/or clinical/social care in dementia. Further details are available on our website. To book a place contact
- Dementia Research: Implementation in Practice (13/05/15) Manchester.
- Comic strip & animation workshop (19/05/2015):
Due to the popularity of this workshop in January we are running a second one in May. It is an opportunity to learn how to make comic strips and short animated films to communicate your research and development messages. Work with experienced artists and animators to develop skills and confidence to communicate your work in a new and exciting way.
PLEASE NOTE THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL.
Julian Stodd is a learning and development professional based in the UK, specialising in e-learning, mobile learning, social media and learning theory.
- Team Workshops with Julian Stodd and Margaret Wheatley 7/05/15 & 24/07/15:
Meg Wheatley is an American writer and management consultant who studies organisational behaviour. Her approach includes systems thinking, theories of change, chaos theory, leadership and the learning organisation.
Both workshops are designed for the NHS R&D NW Team only, to look at the development of communities of practice and social movements in R&D. Parts of the two workshops will be filmed and made available to our stakeholders. Details will be published on our website in the summer.