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National Institute for Health Research’s Research Design Service North West

Your First Research Grant: Developing funding proposals in applied health and social care – online event

16 June 2021, 9.30 am to 12.30 pm

About this event:

The event will include a presentation from a successful first-grant applicant, an overview of RDS support, and guidance on fundamental aspects of the design of a funding proposal including Public Involvement.

Who should attend

This event is open to UK-based healthcare professionals, social care and public health practitioners, and health and social care researchers who are intending to apply to any NIHR or other open, competitive, peer reviewed funding programme.

 Informal drop-in sessions*

If you would like an initial informal chat with an RDS adviser we are offering drop-in sessions after the event, from 1.30pm. Please indicate on the registration form whether you would like a slot, and we will contact you to arrange a time.

 *Please note the drop-in sessions are only available for North West-based attendees. You can find contact information for your local RDS here.

 More information and registration”

To register click here 

National Institute for Health Research’s Research Design Service North West

Your First Research Grant: Developing funding proposals in applied health and social care – online event

16 June 2021, 9.30 am to 12.30 pm

 

About the event

NIHR Research Design Service North West (RDS NW) is offering this online event for health and social care professionals and researchers who want to develop and submit their first research grant to a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funding programme, or other national, open-call, peer reviewed funding sources.

 

The event will include a presentation from a successful first-grant applicant, an overview of RDS support, and guidance on fundamental aspects of the design of a funding proposal including Public Involvement.

 

Who should attend

This event is open to UK-based healthcare professionals, social care and public health practitioners, and health and social care researchers who are intending to apply to any NIHR or other open, competitive, peer reviewed funding programme.

 

Informal drop-in sessions*

If you would like an initial informal chat with an RDS adviser we are offering drop-in sessions after the event, from 1.30pm. Please indicate on the registration form whether you would like a slot, and we will contact you to arrange a time.

 

*Please note the drop-in sessions are only available for North West-based attendees. You can find contact information for your local RDS here.”

 

For more information and/or to register for this event click here 

This cross NIHR ARC event brings together practitioners from health and social care and all those interested in taking forward learning from the pandemic to support palliative and end of life care in care homes. The webinar starts with the experience of care home staff and how working with researchers made a difference. It then showcases two studies, one with emerging findings and one, just starting. The final session is a discussion between participants and speakers to share learning, support cross organisation working and enable researchers and practitioners to discuss what works for residents and staff.

An overview of the session:

25th May – 2:00pm – 3:30pm

Introduction: NIHR ARC national groups Palliative and End of life care and Care homes; Building Collaboration and Innovation – Claire Goodman, University of Hertfordshire, NIHR ARC East of England

‘Hiding in plain sight’ care home staff priority questions during a pandemic: implications for working with care homes and end of life care – Anita Astle MBE – Managing Director Wren Hall Nursing Home, Dr Reena Devi, University of Leeds, NIHR ARC Yorkshire and Humber, Dr Alys Griffiths , University of Liverpool, IHR ARC North West Coast

‘Can’t do this alone’ – Integrated Community Palliative Partnership; what have we learnt from COVID? Delivering palliative care in care homes, working across partnerships to deliver the Enhanced Framework for Care Homes as a Policy priority -Anna Bone, King’s College London, NIHR ARC South London

CovPall_CareHome – learning from care homes on provision of palliative care -Katherine Sleeman, NIHR ARC South London

What have we learnt, what next? Curated conversation. Audience response to presentations, key points of learning and future research initiatives post pandemic Catherine Evans, King’s College London, NIHR ARC South London & Stephen Barclay, University of Cambridge, NIHR ARC East of England

 

To register please click here