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Research and Innovation town hall, Thursday 9 May

Hear the latest updates from Professor Sue Hartley, Vice-President for Research and Innovation, on our achievements and future plans, followed by a Q&A with the panel. Sue was joined by: John…

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Walking Methods for Participatory Research (15/06/2023) WRDTP: ECY

This workshop is aimed at doctoral students who wish to develop methodological expertise in the use of walking methods for participatory research.The workshop will:Introduce students to walking…

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Using behaviour change theory to address the grand challenges in wellbeing, health and communities (01/05/2024) WRDTP: WHC

The session will explore what behaviour change theory is, and the different behaviour change theories that can be used to address the grand challenges in wellbeing, health and communities.The session…

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Designing equitable interventions to reduce health inequalities: can co-production help? (17/04/2024) WRDTP: WHC

Wellbeing, Health and Communities Annual Grand Challenges Lecture - Dr Oli Williams (Kings College London) This lecture provides Insight into the challenges and possibilities of researching health…

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Applying for your first research grant: Practical Advice for Post-PhD Funding (18/03/2024) WRDTP: SPEL

This session was organised by the SPEL pathway, but open to students in all pathways. The session included: A brief introduction to the research grant funding environment relevant to the CEL pathway.…

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Bright Minds - Piecing together the MND puzzle: from genetic discoveries to new treatments

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) affects up to 5,000 adults in the UK at one time. A person's lifetime risk of developing MND is up to 1 in 300. This debilitating disease, which affects the brain and…

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New Roles in Mental Health: Tackling lived experience priorities

Samantha Holmes​ is Head of Co Production & Involvement at Rethink Mental Illness. Sam expresses the importance of understanding how to make new roles in mental health services work in the…

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New Roles in Mental Health: Why we need this Research

Rebecca Burgess-Dawson is the National Clinical Lead (Mental Health) for NHS England, Workforce, Training & Education, she explains why the New Roles in Mental Health Research Project led by the…

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New Roles in Mental Health: Being mindful of legal implications

Stephen Jones is the UK Professional Lead for Mental Health at the Royal College of Nursing (RCN). Stephen explains how broad the scope is for the New Roles in Mental Health Research Project (led by…

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New Roles in Mental Health: How this research will help in practice

Tim Kendall explains more about why understanding how to implement new roles in practice in mental health services will support better delivery of care and new policies, discussing in particular the…

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New Roles in Mental Health: What’s the impact on everybody else?

Tim Kendall highlights why it is important to understand how implementing new roles in mental health services impacts on others working in the system. Demonstrating why the New Roles in Mental Health…

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SCHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Dr Lesley Uttley - The Problems with Systematic Reviews: a Living Initiative for Research Integrity

Title: The Problems with Systematic Reviews: a Living Initiative for Research Integrity Subtitle: How Research Culture is Likely Contributing to Research Waste: Lessons from…

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Changing alcohol serving size to reduce drinking - Dr Inge Kersbergen

Alcohol-related health and social problems place a major strain on the NHS and social services. Some of the most effective interventions to reduce alcohol consumption are those that do not require…

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Help is on hand: Can AI help ease the burden of research communications - Singapore Libraries Webinar 2023

Help is on hand: Can AI help ease the burden of research communications? We have long known about AI, largely through science fiction films, but now in 2023 it feels like it has truly arrived. The…

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Open Research (16/11/23) WRDTP

Dr Jim Uttley from the School of Architecture at the University of Sheffield talks about open research - what it is, why you should do it, and what some of the challenges are.

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Open Access Publishing (16/11/23) WRDTP

Emily Nunn from the University of Sheffield Library talks about open access to research publications.

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