We are hosting a joint webinar with NIHR School for Primary Care Research exploring how we can improve diversity in research.
Welcoming our new cohort of joint NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR) and NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) PhD students to the School.
This webinar will present and discuss early findings from the NIHR SPHR Places & communities programme and initiate a discussion of how they apply to the COVID and post-COVID era.
This years annual NIHR SPHR PhD student meeting covers all things from future proofing research careers, to communicating outputs and shared learning on remote working.
Prof David Taylor-Robinson, Co-lead of the Children, young people and families research programme will be speaking about how health inequalities and poverty has an impact on children's health.
We will be hosting our first online event for all members of the public involved in our research on 26 November 2020.
This workshop focuses on approaches to increasing the participation, empowerment and influence of those who experience discrimination, exclusion and inequity in order to transform services.
This session will look at developing techniques to help you to communicate your research and engage with your audience online. Please note this session is open to SPHR trainees only.
This session will focus on developing content for presentations to the public and will be a great opportunity to work on the structure, preparation and framing of a 'three-minute thesis' style presentation. This session is open to SPHR trainees only.
Members of the School who are interested in securing a practice placement are invited to attend a training session where you will hear why a practice placement is important and experiences from individuals who have experienced one, with an opportunity to discuss and ask questions.