The ResearchAware seminar series
The George’s Academic Training team run a series of research training seminars aimed at St George’s staff: ResearchAware.
The sessions are open to all and are relevant to clinicians and allied health professionals who are:
- interested in conducting research and developing their own projects
- active researchers who want to build, broaden or refresh their knowledge.
Each stand-alone session introduces skills and considerations for healthcare research involvement. They are delivered by experts across St Georges, University of London and the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education.
For further information about the sessions please see the registration links, or contact Mathew Paul.
|Time and date||Topic||Registration link|
24 March 2020,
|Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in Research: Best Practice Workshop|
Sally Brearley, Research Fellow, PPI, CPE, Joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education
Mary Chambers, Research Fellow, PPI, CPE, Joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education
7 April 2020,
|Significance of Significance|
Dr Philip Sedgwick, Reader in Medical Statistics and Medical Education, Institute for Medical and Biomedical Education
Prof Nidhi Sofat, Professor of Rheumatology & George’s Academic Training Lead
21 April 2020,
|Getting a Handle on Data: Data Protection Management and Open Data|
Michelle Harricharan, Research Data Support Manager, St George’s, University of London Library
Subhir Bedi, Head of Research Governance & Delivery, Joint Research & Enterprise Services
Georgia Bullock, Research Development & Governance Manager, Joint Research & Enterprise Services
4 May 2020,
|Meta-Analysis: What and Why?|
Prof Richard Atkinson, Professor of Epidemiology, Population Health Research Institute, St George’s, University of London
19 May 2020,
|How to Write a Fellowship Application|
Prof Jon Friedland, Deputy Principal (Research & Enterprise), St George’s, University of London
Noel Faherty, Senior Research Advisor (Fellowships), British Heart Foundation
5 June 2020,
|Communicating your Research|
Prof Julian Ma, Professor of Molecular Immunology and Director Institute of Infection and Immunity, SGUL
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