February: Dr Natalie Tyldesley-Marshall – experiences in a new research environment
April: Dr Laura Jones and Dr Beck Taylor- Behavioural Change
June: Organised by PhD rep Magda topic– Research in low- and middle-income countries Eniya Lufumpa (Postpartum health Zambia) and Claire Humphries (Chronic conditions India).
August: Organised by Clinical rep Gemma Matthewman topic tbc
October: Organised by PhD rep Jaidev topic tbc
December: Christmas event
December: Christmas re-cap and social
Wednesday 26th October: Dr Emma Frew
Wednesday 24th August: Exploring the theoretical domains framework (Ruth Backman and Jaidev Ghag Kaur)
Thursday 9th June: Research using The Health Improvements Network (THIN)
Monday 18th April: My career path talk with Amanda Farley, Shamil Haroon and Laura Jones
Wednesday 20th January: How to involve lay people in research: Dr Carole Mockford from Medical School, Warwick University
ECRAG members usually meet every other month during lunch between 12:30-1:30pm. Location details are provided via email. For further information/to attend/become a member please contact: Farina Kokab, Grace Moran or Christel McMullan.
We are happy to arrange/ facilitate additional meetings, whether it be conference presentation practice or a journal club for a paper you want to submit, just send us your requests!
Friday 20th February: Overview of publishing strategies, Suzanne Atkins, Room 223
Wednesday 22nd April: Introduction to the Institute of Translational Medicine, Prof. Mel Calvert, Room 221
Wednesday 17th June: Medical literature, Room 226
August 20th: What you can and can’t copy: Copyright for research explained, Steve Leigh, Room 223
October 15th: Involving lay people in research, Dr Carole Mockford (Warwick University), Room 223
December: ECRAG Christmas Party!
31st January: Surviving your PhD, Viva and a world beyond academia, room 226
20th February: The PERCAT Initiative, room 223
20th March: Communicating through simple and effective design. Graphic Designer Sarah Brubaker on effective Poster and PowerPoint presentation design, room 226.
17th April: Getting involved in Small Group Teaching, room 223
22nd May: Qualitative research: introduction to methods and key texts, room 226
12th June: What can the Research Design Service do for you? room 226
16th July: Primary Care Away Day (half day)
21st August: How to get your research into the media, room 223
17th September: Social media and research, room 226
16th October: Interdisciplinary research, room 223
6th November: All you ever wanted to know about the Primary Care Trials Unit, room 224
18th December: ECRAG Christmas Party! room 224