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NIHR CLAHRC East Midlands PhD Travel/Research Prize Application

Commencing in April 2015, NIHR CLAHRC East Midlands will award twelve travel/research prizes to PhD students linked to the CLAHRC. PhD students should be either directly funded by the CLAHRC or their supervisor should have a link to the CLAHRC. In order for the student to be eligible to apply, their supervisors must be a […]

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PRIMIS (University of Nottingham) Primary Care data and information management

PRIMIS (University of Nottingham) offers a range of courses related to Primary Care data and information management and potentially of interest to both practitioners and researchers Link The forthcoming session on Understanding Primary Care Data for Researchers (June 18th) is now open for registration. Registration costs £150, but is free for staff/postgraduate students from the School […]

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Date: Wednesday 13th May, 2015 Venue: Room 205, Level 2, School of Health Sciences, Medical School Building, Royal Derby Hospital Time: 12.30 – 3.00 pm The Research Design Service East Midlands provides information and support to clinicians and academics who are seeking funding for Health Service Research. 12.00 – 12.30 Room open for lunch – […]

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Behaviour change, practice implementation, and organizational context: bringing theory to bear, up front

Speaker: Professor Carl May, University of Southampton Date: 19th May 2015@ 4 – 5.45pm Location: A06/7, Institute of Mental Health, University of Nottingham Innovation Park, Triumph Road, Nottingham, NG7 2TU. In this seminar, Carl will explore how we understand the dynamics of human agency under conditions of constraint. On the face of it, this might […]

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Experimental medicine challenge grants: discovery science in humans

Studies of disease mechanisms in humans The Experimental Medicine Challenge Grants (EMCG) initiative supports ambitious programmes of research into disease pathophysiology, conducted in humans. The MRC seeks to generate new and deeper understanding of human disease mechanisms and identification of potential new therapeutic targets, so accelerating translation of basic science to impact on patient health. […]

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The Midlands Clinical Academic Research Showcase

Celebrating Our Talent, Inspiring Our Future Clinical Academic Workforce Thursday 21st May 2015 Hinckley Island Hotel, Watling Street, Hinckley LE10 3JA Registration from 12:30 pm Keynotes • Lord Willis, Independent Chair of the Shape of Caring and Professor Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Director of Nursing, HEE Supporting and enabling research • Professor Pip Logan (Rehabilitation Research, Occupational […]

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Annual Medical Education Conference

08th May 2015, Nottingham Medical School Workshops include • Developing your Teaching Portfolio • The Art of Mentoring • Introduction to Q Methodology • Polishing Presentation Skills • Debrief Masterclass • Maximizing your teaching potential For more info : link

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