ESMI Guest Lecture Series: Jeremy Grimshaw
  • John Bull Building MR10

  • John Bull Building MR9

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The Evidence Synthesis & Modelling for Health Improvement (ESMI) group is pleased to welcome Jeremy Grimshaw, Senior Scientist at Ottowa Hospital Research Institute and Professor at University of Ottawa, to Exeter to present two seminars over the course of two days. 

These events will be live streamed to the John Bull Building room MR10 on Monday and MR9 on Tuesday. No RSVP is required.

These continue the guest external lecture series hosted by the Evidence Synthesis & Modelling for Health Improvement (ESMI) research group from world-leading academics and up-and-coming talent in the world of evidence synthesis and modelling for applied health research. The lectures aim to share learning and foster debate about new ideas and methods developments in evidence synthesis and modelling, and build collaborative connections to leading researchers and research groups in the UK and internationally.


Seeing the forest and the trees – getting more value out of systematic reviews of complex interventions

Monday 5 February: 1200-1300

John Bull Building MR10

 

Increasing value and reducing waste in implementation research

Tuesday 6 February: 1130-1230

John Bull Building room MR9


For further information please email ESMI@exeter.ac.uk or refer to the weblink.

Jeremy’s visit has been supported by the University of Exeter Medical School’s Internationalisation Fund.

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