Become ‘ResearchAware’ in 2020
The George’s Academic Training (GAT) Team are again running the research skills and methods training series ‘ResearchAware’. These are 1-2 hour training sessions to introduce skills and considerations for healthcare research. They are delivered by experts in research skills and methods from across St George’s, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education.
For full details including session dates, times and to reserve a place please visit the Research Aware web page or contact Mathew Paul. Open to all staff and students!
Session titles include:
- Systematic Review
- How to Read a Research Paper
- Epidemiological Research – Introduction
- Epidemiological Research – Workshop
- Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in Research: An Introduction
- Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in Research: Best Practice Workshop
- Significance of Significance
- Getting a Handle on Data: Data Protection, Management and Open Data
- Meta-Analysis: What and Why?
- How to Write a Fellowship Application
- Communicating your Research