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Forthcoming events

Health Services Research (HSR) UK virtual conference 2020 - Free

Date: 1 - 3 July 2020
Location: Virtual Conference

HSR UK 2020 is going live!  Originally due to take place in Manchester, this year's conference will now be held online between 1-3 July.

It's free and open to anyone, in the UK and internationally. Whether you've been a regular participant of our past conferences, or if this is your first, we hope you'll join us!

To take part, hear about what's happening during the event, and receive invitations to the live sessions, please register below.


Register for the Health and Care Research Wales conference today!

Date: 7 October 2020
Venue: Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

Register to attend the Health and Care Research Wales conference 2020 through our online form.

You have until 17:00 on 25 September to register. 

We are monitoring Government advice around COVID-19, how this might impact the day and are investigating digital alternatives if necessary.

Implementing the Primary Care Model for Wales

Policy Forum for Wales keynote seminar

Date: Morning, Tuesday, 15th September 2020

with Alex Howells, Chief Executive, Health Education and Improvement Wales, Dr Peter Saul, Joint Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners Wales
and Professor Ann John, National Advisory Group on Suicide and Self-harm Prevention; Dr Elise Lang, Velindre NHS Trust; Dr Kelechi Nnoaham, Cwm Taf University Health Board; and Andy Swinburn, Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust. 

Of course we expect discussion on the day to reflect the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on primary care in Wales, on those working in or alongside primary care, and on the communities, individuals and households it serves. 

In this context, we expect discussion on areas such as:

  • what can be learned from innovation in practice and delivery, and service adaptation during the crisis that can be taken forward,
  • extra support that may be needed into the future for elements of primary care services and service users - particularly in vulnerable groups,
  • how primary care will need to develop in terms of resilience and planning in the wake of the pandemic, and
  • lessons and insights for the development of policy and its implementation.

Further information & registration:

RCEM Annual Scientific Conference 2020

Dates: 12 - 14 October 2020
Venue: Manchester

This conference looks at the cutting edge of emergency medicine and features nationally and internationally acclaimed keynote speakers. Abstracts are taken for this conference with posters and presentations from across the emergency medicine speciality - including the Rod Little Award for research presented by EM trainees and the Elizabeth Molyneux Prize for the best paediatric paper submitted. This event is suitable for emergency medicine clinicians across all grades, as well as Advanced Care Practitioners and associated health professionals working in the emergency department or pre-hospital environment.

Please click here to register your interest and be the first to hear when registration opens.

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The Community Nursing Research Strategy is supported by PRIME Centre Wales,
which is funded by Health and Care Research Wales