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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:Tweeting made easier and our latest blog from CLAHRC primary care fellow Dr Alice Shiner
  • Events: RDS Research for Patient Benefit Programme (RfPB) Event,The Five Year Forward Plan and the Challenge of Prevention 

News 

We have made it even easier to share your favourite stories and events from our website! 


For those of you who are regular tweeters, we now have a 'share this article' function on our news and events pages to make things even simpler to share. Look out for the logo!

Join the twitter conversation and follow us on @CLAHRC_EoE 

What is it really like to take part in a CLAHRC Fellowship...... 


GP Dr Alice Shiner blogs writes about the benefits of combining a fellowship with clinical pratice. Read the full blog here.
 

Events

Research Design ServiceResearch for patient Benefit Programme (RfPB): an information event
 

17 February 2016 
10:00am to 13:00am

Cambridge Professional Development Centre

This free event is aimed at health researchers and will offer an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the renewed NIHR RfPB programme. It will provide information about the changes to the programme and the types of proposals that NIHR are keen to encourage.

Colleagues who are involved in costing research proposals are also welcome to attend the event. The event will include discussion about costing within the new RfPB application process.

Please see here for more information 

NHS Five Year Plan: Responding to the Prevention Challenge
 

22 March 2016

London

The future of the NHS, improving the quality and access to health services and supporting a healthier population all depend on a radical upgrade in prevention and public health strategies. The NHS Prevention Programme Board, which was established in January 2015, has made a strong start in getting serious about prevention.

The NHS Five Year Plan: Responding to the Prevention Challenge conference will explore how to make the NHS sustainable by incentivising and supporting healthier lifestyles. A key element at the heart of the 5YFV is prevention of long term conditions and promotion of good health and well-being.

Please see here for more information 

 

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