Health Services Research Summer School 2019

8th July – 12th July 2019

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Special rates for NHS and charity employees, contact us for further information!

We are now accepting bookings for our 2019 Health Services Research Summer School, to book your place visit our online shop.

What does the Summer School have to offer for you?

  • The Summer School offers participants a unique opportunity to gain access to internationally renowned experts in a range of topic areas, including complex interventions and their evaluation (including clinical trials); realist synthesis and evaluation; health economics, implementation, social care research, public health, ageing and dementia, primary care, language awareness and the service user perspective.
  • The opportunity to present your research in the form of a 10 minute presentation (powerpoint, oral or poster) and further 5 minutes of questions from other delegates. Prizes awarded for the best presentations!
  • CPD hours
  • A certificate of attendance
  • A summer school dinner with delegates and session leads
  • Refreshments

 

 

 

Summer School Programme 2019 (May be subject to change)

Sunday 7/7/19

Monday 8/7/19

Tuesday 9/7/19

Wednesday 10/7/19

Thursday 11/7/19

Friday 12/7/19

 

09.00 Getting to know each other!

 

09.30 Welcome to Bangor

Professor Christopher R. Burton

 

Ageing and Dementia @Bangor

10 -11.30

Dementia Services Development Centre

Ageing, Dementia and Resilience

Professor Gill Windle

 

Creativity in Dementia Care: two examples from Wales

Dr Kat Algar-Skaife

The Research Trajectory: Examples from the Seeking Assistance in Later Life Project

Dr Catherine MacLeod

 

11.30 Break

 

12-1pm

Intergenerational research and Dementia Champions

Dr Catrin Hedd Jones

8.30am-9.30am Individual programme/protocol development meetings

 

09.30 -11am

Social Care Research

Dr Diane Seddon

Dr Gill Toms

Dr Alison Orrell

 

11am Break

 

11.30

Trials/NWORTH Bangor Trials Unit

Professor Paul Brocklehurst/Dr Zoe Hoare

8am-9am Implementation research with Dr Lynne Williams

 

09.00 -11am Building your research ambitions

Professor Chris Burton

 

11am Break

 

11.30-12.30

Postgraduate Research Clinic

Dr Sion Williams

8.30-9.30am Writing Surgery with Dr Lorelei Jones

 

09.30 - 11am

Health Economics Research Programme/CHEME

Professor Rhiannon Tudor-Edwards

Dr Nathan Bray

 

11am Break

 

11.30 -1pm

Pharmacology HTA & Appraisal Eifiona Wood

8.30am-9.30am Understanding healthcare organisation - anthropological perspectives with Dr Lorelei Jones

 

09.30

South Asia Self Harm Initiative project SASHI

Dr Emily Bebbington Burns Register/Burns work

Dr Sadia Nafees Capacity Building

 

11am Break

 

11.30 Presentation session 4

 

 

Lunch 1-2pm

Lunch 1-2pm

Lunch 12.30-1.30pm

Lunch 1-2pm

 

Lunch 12.30-1.30pm

 

4 -6pm Welcome meeting

 

Lynne Williams & Rebecca Henderson

 

Management Centre, Bangor

LL57 2DG

 

 

2pm  Service Users Perspectives and Experiences Research

Dr Patri Masterson-Algar

Dr Sion Williams

 

3pm-3.30pm Break

 

3.30-5pm Using Appreciative Inquiry for research

Sean Page/Ian Davies Abbott

 

5pm Welcome Reception/Presentation session 1

2pm  

Language Awareness Methodology

Dr Llinos Spencer/Beryl Cooledge

 

3.30pm Break

 

4pm   Presentation session 2

1.30-3pm

Realist Methodology

Professor Christopher R. Burton, Dr Lynne Williams

 

3pm Break

 

3.30 pm Primary Care Research Centre

Dr Alun Surgey

 

5pm Presentation session 3

 

See Social Events Programme

1.30

The pathway to success: bringing your research plan together

Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards

 

3pm Evaluation

Presentation of certificates

Farewell reception