Could You be a Research Delivery Leader?


The Clinician Researcher Credentials Framework is a national framework of Master’s level clinical research delivery leadership qualifications. The qualifications are designed for experienced healthcare practitioners, from all professional backgrounds, who aspire to take on leadership roles in clinical research delivery. Join the NIHR to learn more about the qualifications and ask any questions you might... READ MORE



Plenary talk title: TBC, followed by OUCAGS trainee presentations. Attendance is free of charge - register here.

Different Routes to Doctoral Study


Join Divisional Nursing, midwifery and allied health professionals (NMAHP) Research Leads for an exciting online event where they will explore the various paths to pursuing a doctoral degree. Open to all nurses, midwives, AHPS, pharmacists and healthcare scientists, this event is the perfect opportunity to learn about the different options available to you. Don't miss... READ MORE

Involving Patients and the Public in Research

Are you a researcher who wants to know more about Patient and Public Involvement (PPI)? Are you a researcher who is looking for reliable online resources to help get you started with PPI? Are you a PPI lead or responsible for PPI in your team or theme looking for  support and information? If so, NIHR... READ MORE

Introduction to Good Clinical Research Practice


This course covers the legislation that applies to ‘non-regulatory’ research, along with the detailed principles of good practice in clinical research studies. This three-hour online live course consists of trainer-led presentations, short video talks from those experienced in the conduct of clinical research and interactive exercises. For more details, follow this link.

HRA and Ethics Submissions Training


So, you’ve got a great idea for a research study – but what approvals do you need before you can start? Who do you apply to? And how do you go about doing this? Free of charge. For more details about this online presentation, and to book a place, follow this link.

Introduction to Health Economic Evaluation


This course is for health professionals and health researchers who want to understand the basics of health economics and its relevance to the health service. No previous knowledge of economics is required, but for those who do have some general knowledge of health economics, or economic evaluation, it will serve as an introduction to the... READ MORE

Advancing Excellence in Healthcare Training

John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus, Oxford Brookes University, OX3 0BP

Explore our tailored CPD courses designed for healthcare professionals seeking career advancement, and delve into innovative learning approaches. Discover our Advanced and Specialist Practice courses and our Health Sciences Open Award programmes. The event is being held at JHB 201, Oxford Brookes University. To book a place, follow this link.

Leadership in Action online with King’s College London


This course runs online over nine half days. During the course participants undertake different activities in groups, with each person having the opportunity to lead an activity. While there are some input sessions each day, most of the course consists of group activities. You will be supported in your learning by experienced coaches who will... READ MORE

Writing Retreat

John Radcliffe Hospital Headley Way, Headington,, Oxford, oxfordshire, United Kingdom

This in-person half- or full-day writing retreat is open to all nurses, midwives, AHPs, pharmacists and healthcare scientists at any stage of their career, working at OUHFT who need space to focus on writing without interruption. Divisional Research Leads will be available for writing mentorship. It will be held at Oxford Hospitals Educational Centre, Level... READ MORE

CAHPR Qualitative Research Webinar


This session will be led by Dr Francine Toye from the Physiotherapy Research Unit at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre (NOC), Oxford. Francine leads the qualitative research programme at the NOC Physiotherapy Research Unit and is also a qualified physiotherapist. Sign up: