CLAHRC for Birmingham and Black Country Dissemination & Learning Event

05 September 2013

Venue: The Banqueting Suite, Council House, Birmingham

Date: September 5-6 2013

The Birmingham and the Black Country Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (BBC- CLAHRC) is an established partnership between the University of Birmingham and NHS organisations.  It is a five-year programme funded by the National Institute for Health Research to conduct research and implement findings into practice.  Now nearing the end of the programme, join us to hear how we have made a real difference to health services.

Our presenters will cover the following topics during the event:

  • How translating research evidence into practice has led to valuable service improvements.
  • Hear the success stories of collaborations between academia, the NHS and industry.
  • Involving patients in research is crucial. We will share our strategy for patient and public involvement and engagement.
  • Learn about how our research will be taken forward in the future.

This event is open to all; you don’t have to have a background in academia or the NHS, just an interest in improving care for patients.

 A full programme will follow in due course.

 Please feel free to pass this invitation on to anyone you think may be interested in attending.

 To register, please email Andreas Constantinou at a.k.constantinou@bham.ac.uk with details of any dietary or access requirements. Entry is free.