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. Free. For more details, follow this link.

Webinar: Ask Your Questions about the Latest Research into Depression


The public are invited to a webinar to ask questions of leading specialists about the latest research into treatment and management of depression. Prof Michael Browning and Prof Barney Dunn will take questions in an online ‘ask the expert’ event. The public can ask their questions in advance or during the event about the latest... READ MORE

Brookes Postgraduate Symposium

Sir Kenneth Wheare Hall/Clerici Building Headington, Oxford, United Kingdom

A joyful celebration of postgraduate research across the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. Research students present their work as posters oral presentations. For more details, contact Christine Gahan.

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. For more information, follow this link.

NIHR Team Science Award – Webinar


The brand new NIHR Team Science Programme aims to bring together researchers from a variety of disciplines and with a wide range of experiences to tackle complex current and emerging health and care challenges. The first round of the Team Science programme welcomes applications from individuals interested in improving the lives of people with multiple... READ MORE

EQUATOR Lightning Workshops: Writing your Bio


This workshop is led by Jen de Beyer. Create the perfect professional biography for your website, then convert it into a short conference bio. Free. For more details, follow this link.  

Online Applied Methods of Cost-effectiveness Analysis


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. Analytic methods of economic evaluation are applied in health care to address the fundamental economic question of how to allocate scarce health care resources to maximise health gain.... READ MORE

PUBLIC TALK: Understanding Inflammation. A patient-centred perspective.

Rewley House Department for Continuing Education, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford

FREE entry, no booking required. Refreshments at 5.45pm for a 6pm start. Event Overview  What is inflammation and why you should care about it? Gut, skin, joints, brain – inflammation can affect various parts of the body. But for too long we have treated them separately. Now we are looking at treatments that recognise the... READ MORE

PUBLIC EVENT: Find out about stroke and dementia research

Templars Square, Cowley Templars Square 129, Pound Way,, Oxford, United Kingdom

Come to Templars Square, Cowley, and meet our research teams to find out about the amazing research we are doing into Stroke, delirium, dementia and Parkinson’s disease. You can also find out how you can take part in our studies, help improve our understanding of these conditions and play your part in developing better diagnoses... READ MORE