SNAHPer offer regular support sessions, providing opportunities for its members to discuss any number of topics they may need advice on.
Peer support sessions are held fortnightly in the Café area of Vu (Brunel Building), where Senior Research Associate Dr Sam Harding and other SNAHPer’s will be available to discuss the likes of project ideas, signposting different routes to career development, and how to disseminate any work that’s already been undertaken.
In addition, the group runs a series of workshops to introduce its members to different research methods and skills. Development of these sessions will be dependent on the engagement from SNAHPers and their identification of need.
Research Workshops are in ongoing development and will be available to book as they confirmed via LINK.
In addition to the workshops directly organised by R&I SNAHPers, a series of workshops co-led by the Library, Audit and Quality Improvement departments will also be made available to group members. Geared at staff who may be new to areas of investigation, these sessions aim to help move ‘Ideas into practice: Navigating your way into improved patient care’.
These workshops are currently being reformatted. Please get in touch with the Library Team via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any requests about what you would like to have featured in these workshops.
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