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CAHPR webinars

These sessions are for everyone, from the research curious to the research champion! Please join us.

Literature searching and critical appraisal

03/07/24, 12:30 to 13.30.

Hosted by CAHPR Cymru, please save the date. We will have more information about this webinar soon including a registration link.  


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Northumbria University is inviting all UK-based health and care professionals who have completed at least one of the free Personalised Care Institute Virtual Patient Scenarios ( ) to share their feedback through a brief one-to-one interview, conducted online or over the phone.


The researchers would like to get your views on this type of learning, its impact on your practice, and what you think are the benefits and drawbacks of using virtual patients for personalised care learning.


If you’d like to take part, please contact Mark Parkinson, Research Fellow at Northumbria University, via email for more information:




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The 2024, 999 EMS Research Forum conference '999 EMS Research: recognising progress, developing the future' will be held on Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 September 2024. The 999 EMS Research Forum is a UK based partnership that brings together academics and health-care providers with a research interest in emergency care. Flyer attached or 


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A research team from Birmingham City University are looking for adults with experience of stammers to take part in their research.


There is more information in the attached flyer, they are asking adults who have experienced stammering and its effects to help them understand what they should be researching about stammering interventions. What will make the most positive difference to the lives and experiences of people who stammer?

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Calling all Speech and Language Therapists interested in research.

Whittington Health is running a study in exploring the culture and barriers around research in the UK in the SLT profession. The study is aiming to investigate the research experiences of Speech and Language Therapists in the UK.  Please see the attached poster and information and take the survey on this form. 


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Can you help us develop balance training for people with lung disease?


The B-PuRe Team need help finding participants with lung disease to help with their study. You can share an invite to their study with people who have lung disease and help them develop the specialised balance training. Attached is a flyer and a draft invitation for you to send out. We will also forward on the B-PuRe Team’s initial email so look out for that.



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The Imperial Clinical Trials Unit is pleased to announce that registration for the first annual  is now open. External applicants are welcome! The course will run from 11-Sep-2024 to 04-Dec-2024. The online tutorials will take place on Wednesdays 12:00 to 13:30 on MS Teams.


This is a bespoke online course which promotes networking and provides early career researchers with the opportunity to learn the essential skills needed to plan and conduct a clinical trial and to develop a research protocol with support from experienced ICTU staff working in Clinical Trial Statistics, Methodology, Operations and Clinical Data Systems. The cost is £750 per delegate.




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