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CLAHRC EoE Fellows Showcase Day - Register now!


3 December 2015

The Cambridge Belfry Hotel, Cambourne 

You are invited to us for our annual Fellows Showcase Day, a great an opportunity to hear from our 2015 Fellows about their research projects and reflections upon their experiences of the CLAHRC EoE fellowship. We will also hear from past fellows on the impact of completing a fellowship project. 

This is for everyone interested in the outcomes and impacts of the fellowship projects, for those who have been involved and supported the fellowship and may be of particular interest to those who are considering applying to be a fellow in the future.

For more information and to book your free place, please see here

Registration closes on 24 November 


Starting a PhD in Dementia research, a new blog by Holly Bennett

Holly Bennett has recently started her PhD in the CLAHRC EoE Dementia, Frailty and End of Life care theme looking at cognitive lifestyle and its association with dementia. In her blog, Holly tells us about her journey following completion of a Masters degree in Statistics to deciding to embark on a PhD, facilitated by an enjoyable and informative Research Assistant role in a Cognitive Function and Ageing study. 
Holly speaks of the great support and the opportunities, including training and social events already made available to her within the first 2 months of starting.

Read more about Holly's experiences in her blog

Research Training Fellowships: Ageing, rehabilitation and palliative care

Applications are invited by the Dunhill Medical Trust for up to four fellowships, to be awarded in Spring 2016. 
Health and social care professionals (including more senior staff) working in the NHS, social services or UK higher education institutions who would like a career in research aimed at improving care for older people are invited to apply.

See our website for more information 

Application deadline: Friday 15 January 2016

November is "AcWriMo" Month

Academic Writing Month "AcWriMo" for short, is a month-long academic write-a-thon that happens every November, hosted by PhD2Published. Inspired by the NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), AcWriMo caters to the specific needs of academic writers at all stages of their career (from undergrads to the most distinguished of professors) and throughout the month PhD2Published will share dedicated blog posts about academic writing.

For more information on how to get involved and get support during AcWriMo, please see here 


Child and Adolescent Mental Health & Well-being: Working in Partnership to Transform Service Delivery 


Wednesday 17 February 2016

Central London

This timely symposium provides an invaluable opportunity to discuss the findings, recommendations and aspirations of the Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Taskforce, (set-up by the Goverment in 2014 to better understand the problems in the system that prevent young people from accessing the mental health care they need). Also being explored at the symposium is how to strengthen cross-sector partnership working to transform CAMH services and support prevention and early intervention to improve the mental health and well-being of every child.

Please see our website for more information

Digital Healthcare Revolution: Harnessing NHS Technology


25 February 2016


Join Open Forum Events at the Digital Healthcare Revolution: Harnessing NHS Technology conference, to explore the technological advancements in healthcare delivery and the future potential of digital innovation. Leading experts will share knowledge and exchange opinion on how the progressive and sustained use of digital technologies can benefit a transformed healthcare system. There will be an opportunity to examine how paperless information can be shared appropriately and safely to the benefit of patients and staff and a number of initiatives and examples of best practice from throughout the health and social care system will be showcased.

Please see here for more information 

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CLAHRC EoE Office Douglas House, 18 Trumpington Road, Cambridge, CB2 8AH
Phone: 01223 746073