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The Scottish Stroke AHP Forum is still open for registration! - Thursday 13th June 2019, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee

NIHR - Allied Health Professionals in Research Celebration Event- Thursday 3rd October 2019, Congress Centre London

NoSCAR - NMAHP Research in Grampian: Let's Get Going! - Wednesday 11th September 2019, Dugald Baird Centre Aberdeen Maternity Hospital

Versus Arthritis Funding Opportunities for AHP Researchers

The Scottish Centre for Evidence-based Multi-professional Practice: A Joanna Briggs Institute Centre of Excellence - Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Programme (CSRTP)

The Researcher Magazine - Edition 4

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The Scottish Stroke AHP Forum is still open for registration! - Thursday 13th June 2019, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee

Conference title:               ‘Are you really delivering evidence based practice?’

Date:                                    Thursday 13th June 2019
Time:                                      9.30 Registration – 4.30 Close  
Venue:                                  Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee, DD1 5EN

The conference is open to all AHPs who have an interest in stroke and this year we will be examining the theme of evidence based practice. The full programme is being finalised, but key sessions will include:

  • Symposia on evidence in practice, with presentations on:
    • Using Cochrane Stroke (Dr Alex Pollock)
    • Lessons from early supported discharge (Dr Rebecca Fisher)
    • Apraxia- applying the evidence (Mrs Therese Lebedis)
    • Evidence-based cognitive rehabilitation (Dr Charlie Chung)
  • Free paper sessions and poster presentations
  • Panel discussion with clinicians, researchers and service users
  • Updates from Scottish Stroke Improvement Team, CHSS and the Stroke Association

 

Every year the SSAHPF conference attracts up to 100 delegates and a range of exhibitors so early online registration is advised to secure attendance. The conference fee remains reasonable at only £52 per delegate. The fee also includes refreshments and lunch.

To register online, please go tohttps://www.ssahpf.org.uk/

For any further information please contact conferences@chss.org.uk

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NIHR - Allied Health Professionals in Research Celebration Event - Thursday 3rd October 2019, Congress Centre London

Celebrate Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) in research with the National Institute for Health Research

AHPs represent the third largest professional workforce in health and social care — their contributions are critical to the development and delivery of high quality, patient centred clinical research.


AHPs in Research: Amplifying Impact will bring together AHPs already research active or looking to get involved in research.


NIHR are delighted to announce some eminent keynote speakers:

Dr Louise Wood, Director of Science, Research and Evidence, Department of Health and Social Care

Professor Hugh McKenna, Dean of Medical School Development, Ulster University, from the Research Excellence Framework Advisory Panel

Along with workshops, posters and case studies, together we will focus on and celebrate:

The changing face of research

The changing face of healthcare and the importance of research, linking with the NHS Long Term Plan

Current impact, and widening our appreciation of ways to demonstrate impact

Click here for further information and to register.

We will be looking for poster submissions to demonstrate how you have been working in new ways or have changed the way you are are able to interact with patients and researchers. This exhibit is an opportunity to share learning with colleagues and peers from across the community. You will have the chance to get feedback from a broad range of attendees, build your network and develop your presentation skills.

For any enquiries, please contact ahps@nihr.ac.uk  

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North of Scotland Centre for Applied Nursing Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Research (NoScar)- NMAHP Research in Grampian: Let's get going! - Wednesday 11th September 2019, Dugald Baird Centre Aberdeen Maternity Hospital

Come and join us if you are a nurse, midwife or AHP with an interest in research/evaluation/quality improvement/evidence-based practice.

Find out what's going on in NHS Grampian, how you can get involved and let us know how we can best support NMAHP research.

View the draft Programme.

To register visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nmahp-research-in-grampian-lets-get-going-tickets-62253371510

Further details or enquiries: noscar@rgu.ac.uk

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Versus Arthritis Funding Opportunities for AHP Researchers

Versus Arthritis have released details on the following:

  • Priorities in Clinical Research - Deadline: Full Application 19th June 2019 at 16:00
  • Pain Challenge - Deadline: Full Application 19th June 2019

For more details visit https://www.versusarthritis.org/research/information-for-applicants/types-of-grant/

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The Scottish Centre for Evidence-based Multi-professional Practice: A Joanna Briggs Institute Centre of Excellence at Robert Gordon University - Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Programme (CSRTP)

The Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Programme (CSRTP) will run again in 2019, commencing in March and in December. Further details can be viewed on the attached flyer.

For further details please contact Professor Kay Cooper at k.cooper@rgu.ac.uk or jbc@rgu.ac.uk.

 

 

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    The Researcher Magazine - Edition 4

Edition 4 of "The Researcher" is available to read online here.

 

 

 

 

 


 

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