Becoming Research Active – what does it involve and where do I start?

12 October 2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Friends House

CLAHRC North Thames is having a workshop on how to get involved in research. This event is going to be held at the Friends house NW1 2BJ .

This one day, practical workshop provides an introduction to the research process to enable NHS and local government staff to engage in research activity. The course is run by the NIHR CLAHRC North Thames Academy, together with the Research Design Service London (east London arm) and Clinical Research Network North Thames.

This introductory level course is a first step on the journey towards becoming “research active”, either by developing your own small project or getting involved in other ways e.g. collaborating on research studies, assisting clients/ patients in your care to take part in research, being a (critical) research ‘consumer’ or helping to shape research priorities, design and delivery. We ask that participants attend the workshop with a research idea, innovation, or change that they would like to plan for, or collaborate on with researchers.

This course is free for staff working in NIHR CLAHRC North Thames partner organisations (please click here to see a list of our partners). There is a delegate fee of £250 for other attendees.

To attend this event you must register by 5pm, Thursday 3rd August 2017. If you want more information or want to register go here.