Applied Methods of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) ONLINE course - 5 day course with a wrap-up session on 6 April This is an intensive week-long course for health economists and health professionals with some knowledge of health economics, who wish to learn about the methodology of cost-effectiveness analysis as applied in health care. For full information on HERC... READ MORE

Introduction to Health Economic Evaluation

Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) ONLINE course - 2–3.30pm over 2 days For health professionals and health researchers who would like to understand the basics of health economics and its relevance to the health service. No previous knowledge of economics is required. For full information on HERC courses, including pricing, please visit: or contact... READ MORE

AHP Research and Innovation Strategy Anniversary Event

The AHP Research and Innovation Strategy is one year old. To celebrate, Health Education England (HEE) in conjunction with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) are hosting a free online event with important news, updates and announcements about exciting developments since its launch. Join us to find out more about how it is being implemented... READ MORE

Understanding and Predicting Choice Behaviour in Health: Preference Elicitation and Analysis

Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) Online course - five half-day sessions on 23, 24, 26, 30 and 31 January This course is designed for those who need to perform discrete choice analysis in healthcare and who wish to understand the issues that health researchers face when performing these analyses. This could include researchers and decision... READ MORE



There will be a plenary session, ‘Challenging your Presentations’ from David Baker, University of Oxford, followed by presentations from clinical academic trainees from a variety of specialties: Riccardo De Giorgi - Repurposing statins for the management of depression: a multi-modal approach Michael Fitzpatrick - 'Separating the wheat from the chaff: Using single-cell and spatial transcriptomics... READ MORE

Symposium Embracing the challenge: controlled human infection and immune stimulation in drug development

Jacqueline du Pre Music Building St Hilda's College, Oxford

This symposium will focus on describing, discussing and debating the importance of human immune challenge paradigms in basic and translational science. This symposium will bring together leading clinician-scientists from both academia and industry who are actively running human challenge studies, developing new techniques to interrogate the immune response and capturing this information for therapeutic benefit.... READ MORE

Industry Insight Seminar – Revolutionising research in Women’s Health

University of Oxford BioEscalator Old Road Campus, 696 Roosevelt Dr, Headington, Oxford, United Kingdom

Jack Pearson (Medical Affairs Manager) with the company Natural Cycles will be  speaker for this event. Natural Cycles is an app powered by an algorithm that measures basal body temperature. It can be used to determine fertility status, for contraception, to measure anovulation, irregular cycles, miscarriage, libido, ovulation status in PCOS, for pandemic stress and... READ MORE

UKCRF Network Conference: Collaborating for Success

This two-day conference is being hosted by NIHR Southampton CRF at the Bournemouth International Centre. The theme, ‘Collaborating for Success’, highlights the importance of collaboration between the NHS/HSE, universities and our many partners. Speakers include Professor Ruth Endacott, NIHR Director of Nursing and Midwifery, and Professor Lucy Chappell, Chief Scientific Adviser for the Department of... READ MORE

Oxford BRC Writing Retreat

This three-day writing retreat is sponsored by the Oxford BRC and is open to all nurses, midwives and allied health care professionals at any career stage, working at OUH, Oxford Health or Oxford University who need time and space to focus on writing without interruption. We provide you with a mentor to help you with... READ MORE

NIHR Oxford BRC Virtual Symposium: Levelling Up

Levelling up: Evidence-based approaches to reducing inequalities in health and access to care Hosted by the Health Economics Research Centre. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing inequalities and given rise to new ones. Tackling health and economic inequalities effectively in the post-pandemic United Kingdom will require policies based on solid evidence. The purpose of this symposium... READ MORE

The 21st Century Translation Dementia Research Conference


The 21st Century Translation Dementia Research conference aims to link aims to link up experts from Dementia Research Oxford, academia, non-profit organisations and industry to explore the current challenges in Translational Dementia Research. Topics include: experimental medicine, human based translational research, clinical trial recruitment, adaptive clinical trial design, linking UK infrastructure, big data and multi-omics... READ MORE