Events 2017

DateTimeTitleDescriptionLocation
19th September 2017 1.00-4.30pm

Session for PGR supervisors

There will be a training session covering all aspects of postgraduate research (PGR – MPhil/PhD/MD/MByRes) supervision to be held on the afternoon of Tuesday 19th September from 1 p.m. until 4.30 p.m. in Smeall, JS07 at St Lukes, Exeter.  Whilst the session is primarily aimed at new/less experienced supervisors (and people who would like to become supervisors) and those people who have recently arrived at Exeter, current more experienced supervisors are also very welcome.

To register and for further information please contact Nick Chruch N.J.Church@exeter.ac.uk

JS07, Smeall Building, St Luke's
20th September 2017 2-5pm

Health Statictics Group - Stats Advice Clinics

Members of the Health Statistics team will be available to assist with your Stats related queries – please email them individually to discuss your query or arrange an appointment.

Dr Beverley Shields,
Email: b.shields@exeter.ac.uk

Attendees will be asked to complete a questionnaire prior to their Stats Clinic appointment, to enable the team to offer the best advice

RILD Building
(Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Wonford site)
27th September 2017 10am-12pm

Qualitative Research Advice Clinic

For PenCLAHRC and IHR Staff and Students

UEMS qualitative researchers will be available to give face-to-face advice and signposting for your qualitative research queries.

Please book a time via the UEMS store: http://store.exeter.ac.uk/
 
Please note that the Online Booking Service closes 7 working days prior to the event.

1.27, South Cloisters, St Luke's

29th September 2017 1.30-2.30pm

APEx Seminar

Sharing medicine

Dr Richard Lehman, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Birmingham

Dr Richard Lehman is the editor of the"Sharing Medicine" series in JAMA Internal Medicine. In his view the future of medicine cannot consist simply of big data processed by big machines, with clinicians standing back and accepting the printouts. Of course, the analysis of information in many databases may well produce important advances in knowledge and treatment, but these advances will invariably have to be made meaningful through a process of shared understanding. Such understanding begins with clinicians as individuals. It is shared between clinicians within our community of learning and practice. It is shared with patients in every clinical encounter. The future of medicine lies in sharing medicine. The talk will expand on these themes.

Contact Joy Choules j.l.choules@exeter.ac.uk 01392 722743 http://medicine.exeter.ac.uk/apex/seminars/

JS07, Smeall Building, St Luke's (with video conferencing to F083, Knowledge Spa)
13th October 2017 10am-1pm

Health Statistics Group -  Stats Advice Clinics

Members of the Health Statistics team will be available to assist with your Stats related queries. Please email them individually to discuss your query or arrange an appointment.

Professor William Henley - Email: W.E.Henley@exeter.ac.uk

Attendees will be asked to complete a questionnaire prior to their Stats Clinic appointment, to enable the team to offer the best advice.

South Cloisters, St Luke's
16th October 2017 12-1pm

A seminar hosted by the Complex Interventions Research Group

The MindSpot Clinic: Outcomes from an Australian virtual mental health service for adults with anxiety and depression

Professor Nick Titov, Co- Director eCentre Clinic and Director of Mindspot - Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

https://www.ecentreclinic.org/
http://humansciences.mq.edu.au/psychology/psychology_staff/psychology_academic_staff/nick_titov

Abstract to follow

ALL STAFF AND STUDENTS ARE WELCOME
Enquiries to Lucy Evans (L.Evans@exeter.ac.uk)

Meeting room TBC, UEMS, St Lukes
18th October 2017 4-5pm

Complex Interventions Research Group seminar

Randomised controlled trials of behavioural interventions: lessons learned and current work at the Health Behaviour Change Research Group at NUI Galway

Drs Elaine Toomey & Molly Byrne, National University of Ireland, Galway

ALL STAFF AND STUDENTS ARE WELCOME
Enquiries to Lucy Evans (L.Evans@exeter.ac.uk)

TBC, St Luke's
8th November 2017 10am-12pm Qualitative Research Advice Clinic

For PenCLAHRC and IHR Staff and Students

UEMS qualitative researchers will be available to give face-to-face advice and signposting for your qualitative research queries.

Please book a time via the UEMS store: http://store.exeter.ac.uk/
 
Please note that the Online Booking Service closes 7 working days prior to the event.

1.05, College House, St Luke's
21st November 2017 12.30-3.30pm Health Statistics Group -  Stats Advice Clinics

Members of the Health Statistics team will be available to assist with your Stats related queries. Please email them individually to discuss your query or arrange an appointment.

Associate Professor Obi Ukoumunne - Email: O.C.Ukoumunne@exeter.ac.uk

Attendees will be asked to complete a questionnaire prior to their Stats Clinic appointment, to enable the team to offer the best advice.

South Cloisters, St Luke’s
5th December 2017 10am-12pm Qualitative Research Advice Clinic

For PenCLAHRC and IHR Staff and Students

UEMS qualitative researchers will be available to give face-to-face advice and signposting for your qualitative research queries.

Please book a time via the UEMS store: http://store.exeter.ac.uk/
 
Please note that the Online Booking Service closes 7 working days prior to the event.

G13, College House, St Luke's
7th December 2017 6.30pm

Annual Barbara Starfield Lecture

The Annual Barbara Starfield Lecture will this year be on Thursday 7 December at 18.30 on St Luke’s Campus and be presented by Professor Amanda Howe, Professor of Primary Care, Norwich Medical School and President of World Organisation of Family Doctors (WONCA).

Details will follow soon but hold the date. Her title is “Evidence, advocacy and resourcing – can global general practice meet the challenge of universal health coverage?”

St Luke's Campus
19th December 2017 10am-1pm

Health Statistics Group -  Stats Advice Clinics

Members of the Health Statistics team will be available to assist with your Stats related queries. Please email them individually to discuss your query or arrange an appointment.

Justin Matthews - Email: J.N.Matthews@exeter.ac.uk

Attendees will be asked to complete a questionnaire prior to their Stats Clinic appointment, to enable the team to offer the best advice.

South Cloisters, St Luke’s