Building Research Partnerships

Category: Activities, Nature

Start Date: 26/11/2019 10:00

End Date: 26/11/2019 15:00

Location: Kingston Maurward, Dorchester

Booking Essential: Yes

Description: Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN) Wessex are hosting a free, educational event, bringing the public and researchers together to make research better. Free parking and lunch will be provided at the venue. Registration for this event is open until 18 November 2019. There are limited places available, so please confirm your attendance as early as possible to avoid disappointment. Attendees can expect to learn about how research is prioritised, find out about ways to support research and hear about the impact of patient and public involvement. Agenda 09:30 - Registration and refreshments 10:00 - Welcome 10:15 - Perspectives from a Patient Research Ambassador 10:45 - Influencing regionally and nationally 11:15 - The impact of patient and public involvement 11:45 - Experience of building research partnerships - the DocBike collaboration 12:15 - Networking over lunch 13:00 - Introduction to the James Lind Alliance 13:30 - Research prioritisation exercise 15:00 - Sum-up and close Please let us know you saw us on What's On in Dorset!

Website: Visit website

E-mail: Kelly.Adams@nihr.ac.uk

Telephone: 01489771118

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