Our creative communication seminar series, run by our Evidence Synthesis Team, aims to help researchers communicate their research in more creative and accessible ways.
Through our HSMA programme, we aim to build a culture and skills base through which simulation and modelling techniques are routinely used to support decisions within health and social care organisations. The course supports participants to use Operational Research (OR) techniques within service development and decision making.
Through our Making Sense of Evidence workshops you will learn how to find and use evidence to make effective health and social care decisions.
Enabling PhD studentships is an important area of capacity development to ensure the continued availability of trained research staff in the long term. Our staff are active supervisors for our PhDs as well as for other projects across our two University partners.
Whatever your query, from finding out more about Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement, to creating a PPIE strategy for a research bid, you can speak to one of our researchers for advice.
Our Searching and Review clinics are run by our Evidence Synthesis Team to help you with systematic review related queries. Whether you’re wondering where to start on the systematic review process or how to go about designing a search strategy, you can book an appointment with one of our reviewers or information specialists.
This series of webinars is designed to help participants develop their knowledge and skills in doing realist research