Call for abstracts: HSRUK Conference 2019

The call for abstracts and sessions for the 12th annual Health Services Research UK Conference is now open.

Health Services Research UK (HSRUK) is dedicated to the promotion of health services research in policy and practice. The HSRUK19 conference is open to everyone interested in health services and systems research, and offers you the opportunity to hear about the latest research, build your network and meet the agenda-setters.

The 2019 call invites submissions for individual abstracts (for oral presentation and/or poster presentation) or for whole sessions (comprising a number of linked oral presentations within one session). We welcome abstracts on all aspects of health services, systems and policy research, especially research that will have a positive impact on patients and the health service, builds research capacity in the NHS or advances research methodology.

To find out more and submit your abstract or session proposal, go to the HSRUK19 conference website.

The call for abstracts closes on Sunday 13 January 2019 at midnight.

We have some very topical plenaries planned, with key opinion leaders across research, policy and practice. Confirmed to speak so far are:

The impact of health research: future priorities and strategies
Professor Jo Rycroft Malone, Director, NIHR Health Services & Delivery Research
James Wilsdon, Professor of Research Policy, University of Sheffield
Simon Denegri, NIHR National Director for Patients, Carers and the Public and Chair of INVOLVE

Social care research, policy and practice
Richard Humphries, Senior Policy Fellow at The King’s Fund and visiting Professor at Worcester
Jill Manthorpe, Professor of Social Work and Director of the Social Care Workforce Research Unit, King’s College London

Using patient experience data for service improvement
Jocelyn Cornwell, CEO and founder of The Point of Care Foundation
Glenn Robert, Professor of Health Care Quality & Innovation, King’s College London
Sue Ziebland, Professor of Medical Sociology and Director of the Health Experiences Research Group (HERG), University of Oxford

Researching the healthcare workforce: what do we need to know?
Professor Peter Griffiths, Chair of Health Services Research, University of Southampton

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