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Research Funding Opportunity – Behavioural Insights Research Programme

Research Funding Opportunity – Behavioural Insights Research Programme • Open call for original research on behavioural interventions in health care • £1.8 million available to support up to eight multidisciplinary research teams to generate new knowledge of what can motivate people to act in more efficient and less wasteful ways […]

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Centre for Behaviour Change’s Annual Conference “Behaviour Change for Health: Digital and Beyond”

Centre for Behaviour Change’s Annual Conference “Behaviour Change for Health: Digital and Beyond” Registration and abstracts submissions are currently open for the CBC’s 4th annual conference “Behaviour Change for Health: Digital and Beyond”. Keynote speakers have been confirmed: • Anita Jansen – Maastricht University • John Dinsmore – Trinity College […]

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September is World Alzheimer’s Month

September is World Alzheimer’s Month September is World Alzheimer’s Month and to celebrate, the NIHR is shining a light on the fantastic research that is happening right now. From studies looking to develop new and better treatments, to research trying to find ways to help people live well with dementia, […]

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What is research impact? A blog by Maris Vainre

What is research impact? A blog by Maris Vainre, CLAHRC EoE Impact Officer What is research impact? The answer depends on whom you ask – many organisations have their own definition of impact. As an example, see Research Councils UK’s (1) or Higher Education Funding Council for England’s (2) take […]

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Worldwide Prison Health Research & Engagement Network (WEPHREN)

Worldwide Prison Health Research & Engagement Network (WEPHREN) The Worldwide Prison Health Research & Engagement Network (WEPHREN), an open access collaborative forum for everyone interested in prison health, aiming to build capacity through research and professional development. WHO Europe with the UK Collaborating Centre for Health in Prisons Programme (hosted […]

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Survey open: academic engagement with Parliament – diversity barriers

Survey open: academic engagement with Parliament – diversity barriers The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) and the Universities Programme have launched a survey to investigate how parliament can engage with a more diverse cross-section of academics. Click here to complete the survey. The survey closes 18 August, 2017.  […]

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