All future events

  • How best to involve others into your research planning, process and production
    23 May 2022

    A hybrid program of webinars, workshops and a face to face event that will demystify, explain, explore and inspire the foundational educational research concepts and theories, aimed squarely at those with a passion for clinical education research. If you think ClinEdR might be for you, or if you’re a researcher and just aren’t sure what the next step are, this is what you need.

    Speakers: Prof Sophie Park (UCL), Dr Steven Blackburn (RDS) & Cecily Henry (PPI rep)

    Organised by the NIHR Incubator for Clinical Education Research.

    Register for the How best to involve others into your research planning, process and production webinar.


  • NIHR School for Social Care Research Webinar Series: Developing and evaluating complex interventions
    24 May 2022

    NIHR SSCR’s Webinar Series showcases the School’s commissioned research and capacity-building activities. The Series also aims to showcase relevant social care research funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR).

    This NIHR SSCR Webinar will provide an overview of the new framework for developing and evaluating complex interventions.

    Register for the webinar here.


  • Aligning research questions to methodologies
    26 May 2022

    Part of a hybrid program of interactive webinars, workshops and a face-to-face event, which aim to demystify, explain, explore and inspire those with a passion for clinical education research.

    Speakers: Prof Thomas Gale (Plymouth) & Prof Karen Mattick (Exeter)Chair: Dr Laura Lindsey (Newcastle)/ Mr Matt Byrne (Oxford).

    Organised by the NIHR Incubator for Clinical Education Research.

    Register for the How best to involve others into your research planning, process and production webinar.


  • Your First Research Grant: Developing funding proposals in applied health and social care
    15 June 2022 - Manchester

    We are offering this in-person event for health and social care professionals and researchers who want to develop and submit their first research grant to an NIHR funding programme, or other national, open-call, peer reviewed funding sources.

    The event will include a presentation from a successful first-grant applicant, an overview of RDS NW support and other networks, and guidance on fundamental aspects of the design of a funding proposal including the importance of Public Involvement.

    Who should attend

    This event is open to North West-based healthcare professionals, social care and public health practitioners, and health and social care researchers who are intending to apply to any NIHR or other open, competitive, peer reviewed funding programme as their first grant application.

    Informal drop-in sessions

    If you would like an initial informal chat with an RDS NW adviser we are offering bookable drop-in sessions after the event, from 1.30pm. Please indicate on the registration form whether you would like a slot, and we will contact you to arrange a time.

    If you are unable to attend any afternoon drop-in sessions, please do contact the RDS NW for advice via rds-nw@lancaster.ac.uk to request a meeting with an adviser at a time convenient to you.

    Registration

    Register for the event on our Eventbrite page here.

    Programme

    A full programme for the event will be made available shortly.

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  • The nitty and the gritty: top tips for effective project management
    22 June 2022

    Part of a hybrid program of interactive webinars, workshops and a face-to-face event, which aim to demystify, explain, explore and inspire those with a passion for clinical education research.

    Speakers: Prof Gabrielle Finn (Manchester) & Prof Paul Tiffin (York).

    Organised by the NIHR Incubator for Clinical Education Research.

    Register for the The nitty and the gritty: top tips for effective project management webinar.


  • Routes to Impact. What do we mean by impact?
    14 September 2022

    Part of a hybrid program of interactive webinars, workshops and a face-to-face event, which aim to demystify, explain, explore and inspire those with a passion for clinical education research.

    Speakers: Prof Catherine Exley (Newcastle)& Dr Nicola Brennan (Plymouth).

    Organised by the NIHR Incubator for Clinical Education Research.

    Register for the “Routes to Impact. What do we mean by impact?” webinar.