Giving the community an opportunity to hear about the latest research on Managing Long-Term Conditions
A lecture focusing on Managing Long-Term Conditions, takes place at Venue Cymru at 6pm on 17th January. The lecture series is free to attend, open to the public and includes refreshments, networking opportunities and a certificate of attendance.
Dr Val Morrison, Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of the School of Psychology at Bangor University, and Dr Simon Neal, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Deputy Head of Health Psychology for BCUHB, will be delivering two short presentations during the evening. They will be discussing the impact of chronic disease on patients and carers and there will be an opportunity to ask the presenters questions and receive feedback.
This is the third lecture of the second Health and Wellbeing Lecture Series, which runs until May 2012. The lectures present cutting-edge research on health and wellbeing topics in a friendly and accessible format. They are organised by the Aber-Bangor Skills Centre, a partnership between Aberystwyth and Bangor universities and supported by Coleg Llandrillo Cymru and the National Leadership & Innovation Agency for Healthcare (NLIAH).
Although the events are free, registration is essential to book your place. Please register by contacting the Aber-Bangor Skills Centre at Bangor University on 01248 365918 or firstname.lastname@example.org or for further information on the lecture series and the Aber-Bangor Skills Centre, please visit the website: http://absc.bangor.ac.uk
Publication date: 11 January 2012