Are you a nurse, midwife, pharmacist or allied health professional?
Do you work in research & development or lead a clinical team?
This 1 day event gives healthcare professionals, researchers and academics even more opportunities to hear and discuss research, learn new tools and techniques and strengthen the region’s healthcare research community.
Let’s Talk Research 4
Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
14th September 2017
Delegate rates start from only £75!!
This year will also include an after conference dinner with guest speaker Lemn Sissay.
Professor Alison Chambers,
Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Health, Psychology & Social Care, MMU
Professor Jennie Popay
Director of Engagement NIHR CLAHRC NW Coast
Building on the success of this conference in 2014, 2015 and 2016 this year’s conference is sure to make a difference to your research journey. There will be streams of workshops designed to improve your professional and personal impact – no matter what stage you are at in your career. In addition, we will have a poster presentation from the newly qualified cohort of NIHR/HEE ICA interns, interactive Q&A sessions, community spaces and a challenging range of keynote speeches from some of the leading UK and North West health and academic leaders.
We are also pleased to announce the Call for Papers and invite presenters to submit abstracts for presentations and workshops. We want to hear about your explorations and how you have helped build the research community. We particularly welcome contributions from clinicians, early career researchers, clinical academics, patients involved in research and members of the public. The closing date for all abstracts is Friday 14th April at 5pm. Please see links below:
To register online please click here or contact Leanne Gregory.
Let’s Talk Research 3 – Edgewalking
2016’s conference was held on 15th & 16th September at the Royal Northern College of Music and was attended by over 150 health care professionals. A podcast of a series of films from the conference is available to view on You Tube
. Below are just a couple of comments from the 2 days.