The Rehabilitation Research Group and the Institute of Health and Community are pleased to invite you to their series of monthly lectures covering a number of relevant topics by guest speakers.
These lectures are open to all - just turn up on the day!
8 November: Clinical effectiveness of increased standing time in non-ambulant children with cerebral palsy - a feasibility study
- Speaker: Professor Jon Marsden, Professorship and Chair in Rehabilitation, School of Health Professions
Jon will discuss lessons learnt from a multi-centre trial based in special schools and the community, the 'Sunflower' project. Please feel free to bring your lunch and be involved in a lively discussion.
13 December: Helping people with Parkinson's move (more) - a review of current treatment interventions and clinical application
- Speaker: Terry Gorst, Research Fellow, School of Health Professions
10 January: Triangulation in qualitative research - WEMPaMS an illustrative case
- Speaker: Rachel Dennett, Research Fellow, School of Health Professions
- Speaker: Dr Chris Byrne, Physiotherapy Lecturer, School of Health Professions
14 March: Process evaluation in research - an illustrative example from BRIMS (Balance Right in MS)
- Speaker: Dr Hilary Gunn, BRiMS Project Co-ordinator/Lecturer in Physiotherapy, School of Health Professions
11 April: Proof of concept studies - a case example in diabetic peripheral neuropathy
- Speaker: Vasileios Lepesis, Lecturer in Podiatry, School of Health Professions
9 May: Lessons learnt through engaging in identifying research priorities through the James Lind process
- Speaker: Amanda Denton, Lecturer in Physiotherapy, School of Health Professions
13 June: Appreciative inquiry methodology
- Speaker: Dr Jenny Child, Lecturer, School of Health Professions
New for 2017-18: seminars will be made available via webinar if you're unable to attend. Please contact Jenny Freeman for enquiries (tel: +44 1752 588835 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org).