7th South West Clinical Schools Convention: Moving Research Strategies into Clinical Practice
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The nursing, midwifery and allied health professions' declaration to implement strategies to make clinical academic careers a reality.

The five South West Clinical Schools of the University of Plymouth and the five affiliated NHS Trusts are hosting the 7th South West Clinical Schools Convention. This year we will focus specifically on research implementation strategies in clinical settings. We are consolidating the experiences of the past seven years of our Clinical School activities.

Our long-standing partnership between the five NHS Trusts in the South West and the University are key to success. We all are stakeholders and responsible to define a roadmap for clinical research, innovation and excellence to drive the next generation forward in clinical academia and care. The recent reports of the England Chief Nursing Officer and the Council of Allied Health Professions for Research about the national research strategy will be our driving forces and instruments during our convention. The convention programme is designed to engage you in vibrant discussions to transform the national research strategies into our regional strategy.

The programme also highlights the work we do with many clinical academics in the trusts. Their experiences are our drivers and our stellar architects of the new world in nursing, midwifery and allied health professional research; for the benefit of our patients in the South West!

We warmly welcome you to join us at this event on Wednesday 4 May 2022.

For further information, please contact events@plymouth.ac.uk

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Speaker biographies

Professor Ruth Endacott

Professor Ruth Endacott was appointed inaugural Director of Nursing and Midwifery at the NIHR in May 2021.

In this newly created post, Ruth has responsibility for providing professional leadership for nurses and midwives who are supporting, delivering or leading research, promoting nursing and midwifery within the NIHR and beyond, and encouraging more professionals to become involved in research. Ruth is Emeritus Professor at Monash University, Melbourne and Trustee/Director at the Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre (ICNARC).

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Professor Jane Coad

Professor in Children and Family Nursing, Lead for Centre for Children and Young People’s Health Research (CYPHR), University of Nottingham; Professor in Nursing, Institute of Care Excellence, Nottingham University Hospital; Director for Strategy and Clinical Research, Centre for Care Excellence, University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire.

Jane has over 25 years drawing on her arts background and nursing. She specifically focuses her research programme on children, young people and young adults with complex needs and their families. Jane uses arts-based participatory qualitative methods, systematic reviewing, mixed method surveys and complex evaluation projects.
 
Awarded a prestigious Royal College of Nursing Fellowship in 2013 for lifetime research, she holds substantive posts in the field of Child Health and Clinical Academic Careers including Chair of the Clinical Academic Research Implementation Network (CARIN).

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