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Could you help design a research study?

Learn how patients, carers and members of the public can contribute to research

12th March 2019 @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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Come along to a workshop that will focus on designing a research study. You will learn how a researcher approaches study design and how patients, carers and members of the public can help ensure that questions are relevant and research methods appropriate.

The workshop will be led by Paul Harrison, Professor of Psychiatry, and Dr Eleanor Leigh, Principal Clinical Psychologist.

Travel expenses will be reimbursed.

The event is free but please book your place.

The workshop is one of the series organised by organised in partnership by the NIHR CLAHRC Oxford, Oxford Biomedical Research Centre and Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre, hosted by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. You can see the whole programme here.

Details

Date:
12th March 2019
Time:
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/designing-a-research-study-tickets-53344101644

Organisers

NIHR
CLAHRC
Oxford Health NHS FT

Venue

Oxford Quaker Meeting House
43 St Giles'
Oxford, OX1 3LW
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Last updated: 20 February, 2019

Last updated: 20 February, 2019

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