The GAT ResearchAware research skills and methods series provide an introduction to various skills & considerations for healthcare research involvement.

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These one- to two-hour training sessions are open to all and of particular relevance to clinicians, allied health professionals and educators who are:

  • Interested in doing research and potentially developing their own projects
  • Active researchers wishing to build, broaden or refresh their knowledge

Sessions are delivered by experts in research skills and methods across St George’s, University of London, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education (jointly run by Kingston and St George's universities).

Each session is eligible for self-assessed CPD points.

2018/19 sessions

These listings include other research skills seminars within St George's and the Faculty which may be of interest – the event listings are colour coded to reflect each category.

 

GAT 'ResearchAware' Programme

 

Educational Scholarship & Research  (EduScholar NB organsied, owned and managed by CIDE as part of CIDE's Edufocus Programme)

 

Kingston and St George's Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education Research Events

 

Specific Themes/Special Events taking part within St George's University

 

APRIL 2019

 

Wednesday 10th April

13:00-14:00

Meta-analysis: What and Why?

Dr Chris Cates, Senior CRF Population Health, Coordinating Editor of the Cochrane Airways Review Group

Seminar (min 8, max 60 participants)
Lecture Theatre C, Ground Floor Hunter Wing

 

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Wednesday 10th April

15:00-17:00

Journal Club

Dr Thushari Welikala and CIDE Team
Workshop (EduScholar Event - prev. ESRA) (min 8, max 20 participants)
Room J0.6

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Friday    

26th April

14:00-17:00

Python for Beginners

Workshop

Run by the Bioinformatics Unit (further details at http://bioinformatics.sgul.ac.uk)

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 MAY 2019

 

Wednesday 15th May

13:00-14:00

Journal Club

Dr Thushari Welikala and CIDE Team
Workshop (EduScholar Event - prev. ESRA) (min 8, max 20 participants)
Room J0.6

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Wednesday 22nd May

13:00-14:00

Significance of Significance

Dr Philip Sedgwick, Reader in Medical Statistics and Medical Education, Institute for Medical and Biomedical Education

Professor Nidhi Sofat, Professor of Rheumatology & George’s Academic Training Lead

Workshop (min 8, max 60 participants)
Lecture Theatre C, Ground Floor Hunter Wing

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 JUNE 2019

 

Tuesday     18th June

15:00-16:30

Patient and Public Involvement in Research: An Introduction

Duncan Barron, Patient & Public Involvement (PPI) Lead, Centre for Public Engagement (CPE), Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education

Sally Brearley, Research Fellow, Centre for Public Engagement (CPE), Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education (tbc)

A Patient Contributor (tbc)

Seminar (min 8, max 60 participants)
Lecture Theatre A, Ground Floor Hunter Wing

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JULY 2019

 

Tuesday      9th July

15:00-16:30

Patient and Public Involvement in Research: Best Practice Workshop

Duncan Barron, Patient & Public Involvement (PPI) Lead, Centre for Public Engagement (CPE), Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education

Professor Fiona Jones, Professor of Rehabilitation Research, Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education

A Patient Contributor


Workshop (min 8, max 60 participants)
Lecture Theatre C, Ground Floor Hunter Wing

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Further information

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Last Updated: Monday, 08 April 2019 09:25