An introduction to public involvement 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

Tuberculosis: vaccines, diagnostics and experience

Weston Library Broad Street, Oxford, United Kingdom

The University of Oxford is marking the 100th anniversary of the death of Franz Kafka with a programme of activities celebrating his works and enduring legacy. Kafka died in 1924 of tuberculosis, which remains one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases, not least because of the prevalence of drug-resistant strains of TB. Researchers at the... READ MORE

Joint BRC Open Day 2024

Westgate Oxford Queen St, Oxford, United Kingdom

Step into the future of healthcare at our Open Day event 🌟 Join us at the Westgate Centre in Oxford on Thursday 30 May. We are teaming up with Oxford Health BRC to showcase the exciting medical innovation that’s taking place in Oxford. Experience interactive stands showcasing the groundbreaking research that is driving change for... READ MORE

An introduction to public involvement 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

EQUATOR Centre: Publication School

Online

The Publication School aims to give you a smooth writing process that results in a published article that is fit for purpose. It is designed for early-career researchers and students with limited academic writing experience working in health research, and focuses on clinical health research, although the principles taught are applicable more widely. Find out... READ MORE

Masterclass: Developing blood-based longitudinal studies in low-resource settings – the challenge and opportunity

Richard Doll Lecture Theatre Old Road Campus, Oxford

Professor Sarah Lewington Speaker: Prof Sarah Lewington Date: Thursday 9 May 2024 Time: 1:00–2:00pm Venue: Richard Doll Lecture Theatre, Oxford or online Registration: forms.office.com/e/VKvWER5Czy In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the need for more large-scale, blood-based (‘biobank’) studies in non-European populations, to understand the lifestyle, environmental and genetic risk factors for... READ MORE

NIHR Oxford CRF Applied Pharmacology Study Day

St Hilda's College Oxford, United Kingdom

The NIHR Oxford Experimental Medicine Clinical Research Facility is holding an applied pharmacology study day for research nurses working in early phase and experimental research. You can apply by filling in this registration form.

Essential Guide to Grant Applications 2024

This is a three-day masterclass for anyone thinking of applying for a health or social care research grant, either from the NIHR or from other open, competitive, peer-reviewed sources of funding. On each of the three days it will run from 9.30am to 4pm. For a registration form, follow this link.  

4Ps Researcher Development Programme

Online

The 4Ps Programme has been developed by Newcastle’s NMAHPs and is designed to support your needs no matter where you are on the “research interested” to “Aspiring Clinical Academic” continuum. They provide you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to move forward with research. The course takes place via Microsoft Teams over five sessions: Foundation... READ MORE

Meet the Researcher: online and in-person event

Botnar Institue for Musculoskeletal Sciences Windmill Road, Oxford, United Kingdom

We would like to invite you to our next Meet the Researcher event. We hope you can join us either in-person or online. This month, we have Dr Lakshanie Wickramasinghe coming to talk to us about new research for eye disease. Dr Patricia Logullo will be talking about the importance of members of public being... READ MORE

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

Green Templeton College 43 Woodstock Rd,, Oxford

This intensive 3-day course covers methods for understanding how choices are applied in health care to assess preferences, analyse policies, and help to develop randomised controlled trials, conduct non-market valuations, and forecast behaviour. This course teaches introductory methods for devising experiments and modelling choice data in health care. Early bird deadline: 12:00, 15 March. Find out... READ MORE

EQUATOR Lightning Workshop

Online

Reporting your statistical analyses with Jie Ma. This workshop includes practical tips and tricks for making sure your paper makes a stats reviewer’s heart sing, and not sink! For more details, follow this link.