SHED talks schedule released
These FREE workshops cover a diverse range of topics from the use of technology in health care to opportunities for a clinical academic research career. Book a place now.
Led by top researchers in their field at the School of Healthcare these workshops are a fantastic opportunity to discuss how research conducted in the School could influence your clinical practice.
|29th Jan 1-4pm Baines Wing Rm 3.20||Dr Alice Keely and Dr Tomasina Stacey: Maternal weight in pregnancy: acknowledging stigma and communicating risk.|
|7th Feb 1-4pm Worsley Building SR 9.58c||Professor Theo Raynor Addressing health literacy- how to write well for patients and carers.|
|13th Feb 1-4pm Worsley Building SR 9.58c||Professor Carl Thompson: Don’t be a chimp or a chump: “clinical decisions and judgements 101.|
|20th Feb 1-4pm Baines Wing Rm 2.08||Dr Rebecca Randell & Professor Justin Keen:How do I know that a ward is providing safe care? Using technology to monitor from ward to board.|
|CANCELLED -21st Feb 1-4pm Hillary Place SR LG.01||Dr Rebecca Randell and Professor Jon Hindmarsh: Introducing robot-assisted surgery into practice.|
|27th Feb 1-4pm Worsley Building SR 6.080||Professor Andrea Nelson, Dr Una Adderley and Dr Susanne Coleman: Wound Assessment – what information matters?|
RESCHEDULED TO 2ND MAY, 1-4pm, Baines Wing RM 1.14
28th Feb 1-4pm Baines Wing Rm 1.13
Professor Veronica Swallow and Dr Linda Milnes: Co-producing, evaluating and implementing information and support interventions for people living with long-term conditions.
RESCHEDULED TO 23RD APRIL, 9-12pm, Baines Wing, RM 1.13
5th March 9am -12pm Baines Wing Rm 3.20
|Professor Karen Spilsbury, Professor John Baker and Professor Dave Alldred: Medicines management and administration in care homes: Considerations for the care team.|
|12th March 1-4pm Baines Wing Rm 2.06||Professor Anne-Maree Keenan: Opportunities to develop a Clinical academic research career within the NHS Professional Knowledge.|
|26th March 9am -12pm Baines Wing Rm 3.20||Dr Helen Smith: Dead and Buried or Alive and Thriving? Addressing the role of curiosity in clinical practice.|
To register e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
|For more information email Linda Milnes email@example.com|
|See a full list of our planned workshops on our poster download here.|