- Being a Clinical Health Researcher: Career Advice from the Front Line
10 Mar 2014 - London
The first non-medical professions researchers meeting for 150Â clinical research active and aspiring researchers. Â This meeting will provide you with tools and information to start andÂ enhance your career in clinical health research.
- Health Services and Delivery Research (HS&DR) and Public Health Research (PHR) seminar
21 Mar 2014 - Manchester
This seminar, organised by the Research Design Service North West (RDS NW), is to highlight national funding opportunities for applied health and social care research. We aim to give researchers an insight into funding priorities, application processes and future plans, and an opportunity for dialogue with funding programmes and successful grant holders.
About the HS&DR and PHR programmes
The main focus of the HS&DR programme is to produce rigorous and relevant evidence to improve the quality, accessibility and organisation of health services.
The PHR programme funds high quality research to evaluate non-NHS interventions intended to improve the health of the public and reduce inequalities in health.Â PHR research supports a wide audience concerned with improving public health and reducing health inequalities.
About the Research Design Service (RDS)
The RDS is funded by the NIHR and supports research teams to develop and submit high quality applied health and social care grant applications to NIHR and other national peer-reviewed funding programmes.
If you would like to request advice from the RDS NW please visit the RDS NW website here.
- Alzheimer’s Research UK Conference 2014
25 Mar 2014 - Oxford
Alzheimerâ€™s Research UK Conference 2014 is the UKâ€™s largest dementia research conference, attracting 300 delegates a year. The meeting takes place 25-26 March 2014 at the SaÏŠd Business School, Oxford, UK. It is expected that this meeting to fill up fast, so book early to avoid disappointment.
- Collaboration in Leadership In Applied Health Research and Care North West Coast: Stakeholder Engagement Event
27 Mar 2014 - Wrea Green
To learn more about the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration in Applied Health Research and Care North West Coast (NIHR CLAHRC NWC) and to discuss how we can work together to reduce health inequalities.
- Funding and Partnership Opportunities for Stratified Medicine in Non-Cancerous Conditions
1 Apr 2014 - London
The agenda will give you the chance to hear industry experience of working with researchers and NHS, and researcher perspectives on partnering to take advantage of Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation (EME)Â funding awards. There will be opportunities to set up one-to-one meetings with potential partners andÂ to establish collaborations with which to take your funding application forward. Members of the EME Programme will be in attendance.
- Annual R&D Management Forum in association with HRA
9 Jun 2014 - Birmingham
The Annual NHS R&D Management Forum is for everyone involved in planning, managing and delivering R&D in the NHS. Delegates are from NHS organisations, industry, research networks, research consortia, universities, and support units.
- HRA: Researcher Training Day
17 Jun 2014 - Manchester
This training aims to help researchers complete research ethics documentation including gaining an understanding of the Integrated Research Application System (IRAS) and design patient/participant information sheets, to give researchers insight into the ethical issues considered by RECs, to help researchers anticipate the ethical concerns RECs may raise, to receive guidance from REC members in small group exercises, to help REC members understand the context and constraints in research and to encourage dialogue between reviewers and researchers.
- HRA: Qualitative Research and Ethical Review
25 Jun 2014 - London
This training aims to give delegates a better understanding of the principles of qualitative research and to provide delegates with a framework to analyse qualitative research.
- The UK Clinical Research Facility Network 10th annual conference
3 Jul 2014 - Sheffield
Confirmed speakers so far include Prof Dame Sally Davies (Chief Medical Officer DoH), Prof Hilary Chapman
CBE (Chief Nurse STHFT), Professor Jonathan Montgomery (Chair, Health Research Authority.
Delegates can also look forward to Parallel Sessions and Workshops in subjects including: Patient & Public Involvement, Patient Cohorts and Developing National Databases, Managing Communications and the Media within CRFs and Managing Finance within CRFs
- INVOLVE conference
26 Nov 2014 - Birmingham
The Conference will bring together members of the public, service users, researchers, research commissioners and representatives of voluntary sector organisations, who share a common interest in public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research.