Tag: King’s College London

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HSPR Summer School 2018: An introduction to Qualitative Research Methods

This four-day course aims to provide research students with an understanding of the purpose and appropriate use of qualitative research methods from Monday 23 July to Thursday 26 July. Different theoretical approaches to data collection and analysis will be explored, including the Grounded Theory approach and Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Methods to be described will include individual…

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Implementation research in Mental Health Summer School

Research students and health professionals are invited to attend a three-day Summer School from Wednesday 11 July to Friday 13 July, where participants will learn how to apply innovative applied research methods to mental health service and public mental health systems. The Summer School will include lectures, practical sessions, interactive workshops and an option to experience…

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Implementation Science Masterclass

Health professionals, researchers, patients and service users are encouraged to sign up for the two-day Implementation Science Masterclass from Tuesday 17 July to Wednesday 18 July. The course is aimed at those who aim to ensure health services routinely offer treatment and care that is based on the most recent research evidence and quality improvement…

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Latest research in implementation science conference

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) CLAHRC South London will be showcasing the latest research in the field of implementation science applied to health and social care at a conference in July. The conference will bring together applied-health researchers and policy makers to share how best to implement evidence-based practice and clinical research within…

Lecture – Dame Cicely centenary celebration
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Lecture – Dame Cicely centenary celebration

Come and join photo historian and stereoscopy expert Denis Pellerin for a free 3D tribute to Dame Cicely Saunders, in association with The Cicely Saunders Archives at King’s College London. Dame Cicely founded St Christopher’s Hospice in 1967 as the first hospice linking expert pain and symptom control, compassionate care, teaching and clinical research. St…

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