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Call for Papers is NOW OPEN

NHS Research and Development North West are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for Lets Talk Research 2020 – The Time is Now!

Thursday 25th June 2020, The Monastery, Gorton

Let’s Talk Research celebrates the exemplary work of early career NHS researchers that is laying the foundations for the methods and practices of the future and asks us to consider what we want research and innovation in the NHS to look like in 2050 and beyond.

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Lived Experience Connectors Workshops

Aimed at Volunteer Leads, Patient Experience Teams, Associate/Director of Nursing and Participation and Engagement Services.

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Trauma and Psychosis Conference – 1st July 2020

A Trauma and Psychosis Conference is taking place on Wednesday 1st July, 09:30-16:30 at Kings House Conference Centre, Manchester.  There will be international and well known speakers alongside NHS clinicians presenting the latest knowledge within their professional fields. For more information and to book your place please see the event flyer.

Event: Attachment Theory and Psychosis

The Division of Psychology and Mental Health is pleased to launch the

publication of Attachment Theory and Psychosis: Current Perspectives and

Future Directions.

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RDS NW e bulletin February 2020

To view the February 2020 e-bulletin from the NIHR Research Design Service North West (RDS NW), please see the RDS NW information page.

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RDS NW event: Developing funding proposals in applied health & social care - first grants

The NIHR Research Design Service North West is holding an event on 11 March 2020 for NHS and social care staff, and people working with them, to provide advice and support in the development of their first grant.

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Latest NIHR funding opportunities

For the latest NIHR funding opportunities, please see the NIHR information page.

 

PPN Report - Attending the National Health and Wellbeing Conference 2019

Read PPN's Polly James' report here, where she gives an overview of her attendance at the National Health and Wellbeing Conference 2019.

New Blog: Welcoming PPN South West by Gita Bhutani

Read the latest PPN Blog by Gita Bhutani, where she discusses the launch of the PPN South West and the journey of the PPN.

Welcoming PPN South West

This week I've been to Bristol for the launch of PPN in the South West.   This is the result of the hard work by Catherine Gallup, Ken Laidlaw and Phil Self who have secured funding to develop the South West Psychological Professions Network. 

There were around 70 people in a room in Bristol from a wide range of psychological professions and people with a psychological focus such as Arts Therapists and Peer Support Workers. 

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