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October 2021

PPI drop-in sessions

14/10/2021 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Online / virtual

Do you have questions about PPI in research? Come along to one of our virtual drop-in sessions where PPI leads from UHB, UoB and NIHR will be on hand to answer any queries you have about how and when best to involve patients and the public in your work. Sessions take place by virtual conferencing so they must be booked in advance. Please email PPI@contacts.bham.ac.uk to request a slot.

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November 2021

PPI drop-in sessions

03/11/2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Online / virtual

Do you have questions about PPI in research? Come along to one of our virtual drop-in sessions where PPI leads from UHB, UoB and NIHR will be on hand to answer any queries you have about how and when best to involve patients and the public in your work. Sessions take place by virtual conferencing so they must be booked in advance. Please email PPI@contacts.bham.ac.uk to request a slot.

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PPI drop-in sessions

16/11/2021 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Online / virtual

Do you have questions about PPI in research? Come along to one of our virtual drop-in sessions where PPI leads from UHB, UoB and NIHR will be on hand to answer any queries you have about how and when best to involve patients and the public in your work. Sessions take place by virtual conferencing so they must be booked in advance. Please email PPI@contacts.bham.ac.uk to request a slot.

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Challenges and opportunities for patient reported outcome assessment in the evaluation of advanced therapeutics – Advanced Therapy Education Webinar Series

30/11/2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Online / virtual
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Join experts from across the UK in this free webinar series exploring the clinical considerations around advanced therapy medical products (ATMPs), delivered by the Advanced Therapy Treatment Centre and London Advanced Therapies. Each short presentation (~20 mins) will be followed with time for Q&A with the speaker. Title: Challenges and opportunities for patient reported outcome assessment in the evaluation of advanced therapeutics Speaker: Melanie Calvert, Professor of Outcomes Methodology at the University of Birmingham; Director of Birmingham Health Partners Centre for Regulatory Science and…

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December 2021

PPI drop-in sessions

02/12/2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Online / virtual

Do you have questions about PPI in research? Come along to one of our virtual drop-in sessions where PPI leads from UHB, UoB and NIHR will be on hand to answer any queries you have about how and when best to involve patients and the public in your work. Sessions take place by virtual conferencing so they must be booked in advance. Please email PPI@contacts.bham.ac.uk to request a slot.

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PPI drop-in sessions

15/12/2021 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Online / virtual

Do you have questions about PPI in research? Come along to one of our virtual drop-in sessions where PPI leads from UHB, UoB and NIHR will be on hand to answer any queries you have about how and when best to involve patients and the public in your work. Sessions take place by virtual conferencing so they must be booked in advance. Please email PPI@contacts.bham.ac.uk to request a slot.

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February 2022

Launching West Midlands (HEE funded) Non-Medical Clinical Academic Programmes 2022 Webinar

February 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Are you a nurse, midwife, allied health professional, pharmacist or healthcare scientist considering a clinical academic career? Do you want to combine research and clinical practice? Are you a manager trying to support staff who want to combine research and clinical practice? Do you want to undertake research that makes a difference to patient care? If yes to any of the above, the West Midlands Clinical Academic team will be hosting a webinar on Wednesday 16 February from 7-8pm. The…

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March 2022

Birmingham Health Partners: Inaugural Lecture of Professor Dhiraj Tripathi

March 23 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Centre for Professional Development, Birmingham Medical School, Vincent Drive
Birmingham, West Midlands B15 2TT United Kingdom
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Clinical trials in portal hypertension: an update and future directions Professor Tripathi, Honorary Professor at the Institute of Immunology and Immunotherapy and Clinical Director of Research at University Hospitals Birmingham, completed his specialist training in Edinburgh. He was awarded a MD for clinical and haemodynamic studies in portal hypertension in 2005 by the University of Edinburgh. He has been a Consultant Hepatologist and Liver Transplant Physician in University Hospitals Birmingham since 2008. In this lecture Professor Tripathi will describe his…

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June 2022

Narrowing the health inequalities gap post-pandemic: a BHP seminar by Dr Bola Owolabi

June 14 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Room UG07, Murray Learning Centre, Building R28, University of Birmingham
Birmingham, West Midlands B15 2TT United Kingdom
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Narrowing the health inequalities gap post pandemic - a Birmingham Health Partners Seminar delivered by guest lecturer Dr Bola Owolabi Dr Bola Owolabi, Director of Healthcare Inequalities, will deliver a seminar focusing on the work being done in NHS England and NHS Improvement to narrow the health inequalities gap and will discuss what individual practitioners can do to contribute. Dr Owolabi will field questions about the policy landscape and programme of work as well as her own career journey. Our…

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The Birmingham Health Partners Inaugural lecture of Professor T Justin Clark

June 22 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Room UG06, Murray Learning Centre, University of Birmingham
Birmingham, West Midlands B15 2TT United Kingdom
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Improving outcomes in gynaecological surgery: Challenging the norms, acquiring the evidence and promoting innovation "When I started in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, or rather ‘O&G’, as a junior doctor, I rapidly became confused regarding the management of women because the advice I received varied so widely. My saviour was the “Cochrane Handbook of O&G”, a short tome I picked up from the UoB bookshop, now Costa coffee!!! (I am sure there is some irony in that). For the first time authors…

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