Month: May 2018

#WhyWeDoResearch Tweetchat On Research Involving Adults Who Lack Capacity To Consent

Posted on 24 May 2018 by Victoria Shepherd

Background to the #WhyWeDoResearch campaign The hugely successful #WhyWeDoResearch social media campaign was established in 2014 to raise research awareness and opportunities to staff, patients and the public, and to start a conversation about research between all involved. It has quickly become a global phenomenon reaching over 22 countries. The Tweetfest is a timetable of
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PRAM Study Dissemination Event

Posted on 22 May 2018 by Sue Channon

The PRAM Study Dissemination Event As part of the dissemination of our study findings on 15 May 2018 in Park Plaza, the PRAM team welcomed 19 researchers and practitioners from across the UK to a research day on obesity in pregnancy and the post-natal period at the Park Plaza in Cardiff. PRAM is a feasibility
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Involving People: Research Design and Conduct Service South East Wales (RDCS) Ideas Event

Posted on 2 May 2018 by Claire Nollett

The Research Design and Conduct Service South East Wales (RDCS SE Wales) recently ran a one day “Early Ideas” workshop for NHS and social care staff. The Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS) supports staff working within the National Health Service (NHS) and social care to develop high quality research funding proposals. Aim of the
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