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What's New on Our Website 

'What’s New on Our Website’ is a regular email to inform you of the latest news and events that have been posted on our website.This week's edition includes:
  • News: The Researcher, Head of Programme Delivery, NIHR CLAHRC West Midlands, Based at Warwick Medical School; PhD studentship at Lancaster University - End of life Care and people with learning disabilities.
  • Events: UEA Qualitative Research Symposium 2017 - Keynote speakers announced; Child Mental Health Research Workshop; Clinical Entrepreneurs Forum; An introduction to Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) for Researchers; Society for Social Medicine - One Day Conference: Health and Brexit.

News 

The Researcher

The third issue of The Researcher was launched on the 16th February 2017. This digital publication, created for health researchers by health researchers, aims to raise awareness of research careers among nurses, midwives and allied health professionals.

The Researcher illustrates the real-life stories of what it’s really like to undertake a research career.

Please find more information and the publication on our website.

Head of Programme Delivery, NIHR CLAHRC West Midlands, based at Warwick Medical School

CLAHRC West Midlands are looking for a motivated, enthusiastic and effective individual to join them as Head of Programme Delivery for Operations, based at Warwick Medical School. The post holder will work with the NIHR CLAHRC West Midlands Director and Head of Programme Delivery for Engagement, to establish, manage and maintain complex internal and external relationships, both within the local region and across the country, in order to ensure the aims and objectives of the initiative are realized.

More information on how to apply can be found on our website.

PhD studentship at Lancaster University – End of life care and people with learning disabilities


PhD studentship on ‘the issues faced by providers of intellectual disabilities services when caring for older people with palliative care needs’. Qualitative methodologies, likely an ethnographic approach, will be used to explore the experience of providing care. The award will cover university fees and doctoral stipend for UK/EU students for three years.

The closing date for applications is midnight 3rd April 2017.

Detailed information can be found on our website 

Events

UEA Qualitative Research Symposium 2017 – Keynote speakers announced


27 March 2017


University of East Anglia

This annual UEA Qualitative Research Symposium provides a unique space to bring together researchers from within and across the various social sciences to discuss theoretical and practical issues involved in qualitative research. The theme this year is enriching qualitative approaches to help understand ‘families’ and ‘households’ within the context of increasingly technologised, mobile and diverse societies. The symposium will offer opportunity to critically consider both the complexities and challenges that confront researchers and their stimulation of methodological diversity and innovation.

Please find more information on our website

Child Mental Health Research Workshop


Thursday 30 March 2017


Bury St Edmunds

Join the NIHR Clinical Research Network Eastern and partners to find out more about:

  • Current research in the Eastern Region
  • CLAHRC EoE Fellowships
  • Top tips on applying for a research grant

Information can be found on our website

Clinical Entrepreneurs Forum


31 March 2017


Cambridge

In response to feedback requesting improved networking and creating communities of entrepreneurs who are better placed to overcome barriers to innovation in healthcare, the Eastern AHSN & Health Enterprise East are pleased to announce details of the inaugural Clinical Entrepreneurs Forum.

Please find these details on our website

An introduction to Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) for Researchers


Tuesday 25 April 2017


Cambridge

This free workshop from the NIHR Cambridge BRC, NIHR CLARHC EoE, & the NIHR RDS East of England is open to all research staff conducting research studies and clinical trials with patients in the NHS.

The event will provide:
• An introduction to PPI in research – what and why
• Advice and guidance on how to incorporate PPI into grant funding

For more information please go to our website

Society for Social Medicine – One Day Conference: Health and Brexit


18 May 2017


London

The Society for Social Medicine is organising a one day conference exploring the implications of Brexit for population health. This will be held on Thursday 18th May at the Wellcome Trust Collection in London, commencing at 10am (coffee from 9.30).

It will be a packed day planned featuring expert speakers.

Please save the date and register here.

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