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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: NIHR Brain Injury Healthcare Technology Co-operative - Seedcorn Funding Competition 2016/2017 - FUNDING CALL ROUND 2 NOW OPEN; National Strategy for Mental Health Research Workshop.
  • Events: Getting Real about the National Commitment; Medication Safety in Frail Older People Symposium; Public Mental Health Event Linking Cambridge Researchers and Policy and Decision-makers; Housing and Health: Working in Partnership; Eastern Patient Safety Collaborative: Action on Frailty Learning Event. 

News 

NIHR Brain Injury Healthcare Technology Co-operative – Seedcorn Funding Competition 2016/2017 – FUNDING CALL ROUND 2 NOW OPEN

The NIHR Brain Injury Healthcare Technology Co-operative is pleased to announce the second round of its second national competition. The seed funding call (up to £10,000) is for the early development of novel technology-based solutions applicable to the brain injury pathway, from prevention of injury all the way through to technologies for independent living.  

The deadline to submit your application is Monday 13th March 2017

More information can be found on our website

National Strategy for Mental Health Research Workshop

Do you want to help shape a new national strategy for mental health research? We’re looking for researchers with experience of mental health problems to take part in a workshop on Wednesday 1st March in Cambridge.

Mind is working with the Department of Health to help develop a national strategy for mental health research. This strategy will ensure that research asks the most important questions and has the biggest impact. We need your help to design it.

More information is on our website

Events 

Getting Real About the National Commitment


10 March 2017


London

Getting Real About the National Commitment is the first conference looking at this in detail. A mixture of keynote speakers and workshops  will help you respond to the National Commitment both now and in the coming years. This event will bring people with personal experience as well as practitioners and leaders in the field together to not only learn from each other but explore what you can do for people you care for and how. 

For more information please click here

Medication Safety in Frail Older People Symposium


16 March 2017


Hatfield

The medication safety in older people symposium aims to scope and identify priority areas for medication safety to design sustainable improvements in promoting and ensuring medication safety within the East of England region.

Please see more information here

Public Mental Health Event Linking Cambridge Researchers and Policy and Decision-Makers


28 April 2017


Cambridge Institute of Public Health

The Cambridge Institute of Public Health and the Cambridgeshire County Council Public Health team invite you to an event bringing together researchers and policy and decision-makers with a shared interest in public mental health. This event will bring together a variety of disciplines that fall under the umbrella of mental health, in order to help generate new connections for attendees.

Please see our website for more information 

Housing and Health: Working in Partnership


10 May 2017


Manchester

The Housing and Health: Working in Partnership conference will bring together key authorities, from both the housing and public health arenas, that are interested in influencing policy and implementing strategy to improve health through better housing. Through an agenda of expert speakers, sharing the very latest thinking, delegates will gain a greater understanding of the impacts of housing on health and how these issues can be addressed.

Please click here for more information

Eastern Patient Safety Collaborative: Action on Frailty Learning Event


11 May 2017

The Eastern Patient Safety Collaborative, Action on Frailty, aims to make the East of England the safest place to grow old. At this learning event, our collaborative will highlight and showcase work being done to support older people with frailty.

Please find more information here.

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