- Current Seminars
Aim:To provide a forum for departmental staff to share and learn about current research developments.
- To provide an opportunity for speakers (internal and external) to present work to the department.
- To provide a space for staff to present research work in progress.
- To generate and facilitate discussion and sharing of ideas about research substantive topics and methodologies.
- To critique and develop research in an informal and supportive environment.
Timetable for 2017/2018 Seminars
- PRIMENT Seminars
- PhD Upgrade Seminars
- GP Tutors Annual Conference 2018
- Previous Seminars
Timetable for 2016/2017 Seminars
Date Unit Responsible Title Day 19th September 2016 Teaching Patient and public engagement in UK medical education (or the rocky road to a Doctorate in Education) Monday 20th October 2016 CAPS The aftermath of the Liverpool Care Pathway - developing heuristics (rules-of-thumb) for practitioners making end of life decisions for people with dementia Thursday 21st November 2016 BRHS Physical activity: patterns and promotion across the lifespan Monday 16th January 2017 Infection Sexual health promotion research at Public Health England Monday 6th March 2017 PhD Upgrade Missed opportunities for the diagnosis of malaria in Primary Care Monday 15th March 2017 PhD Upgrade The public health potential of currently available mobile health applications for increasing physical activity Wednesday 4th May 2017 Clinical Epidemiology and Electronic Health Records Research Communicating risks and evidence to patients in a clear and balanced way Thursday 20th June 2017 External speaker Facilitating sexual health discussions in primary care with older Australians: Health practitioner perspectives Tuesday 3rd July 2017 External speaker Open access compliance Monday 21st July 2017 CAPS Challenges in delivering Innovative interventions for dementia Friday 31st July 2017 Health Improvement TBC Monday 16th August 2017 E-Health Development of a model of service delivery to standardise anterior cruciate ligament rehabilitation in the NHS and testing the feasibility of an E-Health intervention to support delivery of this model Wednesday