South West Clinical Schools - Annual Research Symposium
  • Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, TR1 3FF

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Join us for this all-day event where we will celebrate the research achievements of nurses, midwives and allied health professionals across the network of South West Clinical Schools.

Keynote speakers will explore clinical academic opportunities and future research activities that will shape the presence of non-medical professionals beyond 2020.

Call for abstracts

We are calling for abstracts to be submitted from the five clinical schools in the region. Use the link below to submit poster and platform presentations.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FKJCVKT

Closing date for submissions: 31 March 2019

Getting to the event

Public transport connections are excellent with train, bus and park and ride links all easily accessible.

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South West Clinical Schools

The South West Clinical Schools are a collaboration between the University of Plymouth and the NHS, working with nurses, midwives, and allied health professionals at all stages of their clinical and academic development.

Our work with local health services has identified the urgent need to capture improvements in patient and family outcomes, as well as ensure that existing evidence is used to best develop the research led by non-medical health professionals. To meet these needs, we have invested in clinical schools, which are professorial-led centres, in five of our local NHS trusts.

The main focus for the clinical schools is to encourage health professionals to look at their practice, challenge current thinking, try out new ideas and work out ways to measure what they're doing.

Find out more about the South West Clinical Schools

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