Infectious Disease Research Network workshop: "How to stay active in research while doing your day job"

This event aims to provide pointers for how busy professionals can fit infection-related research into their day job.  Chaired by Professor Jonathan Van Tam (Nottingham and Public Health England), this workshop will provide information on where the funding lies, tips on how to demystify and navigate R&D and ethics, how to write for publication, information on the help and support available from the NIHR Research Design Services and Public Health England R&D, and examples from those who have managed to do all this and get involved in research alongside their routine work.

We're also inviting delegates to bring poster presentations of further examples of the research they've carried out. This event will be suitable for Public Health England staff, healthcare workers, and junior and more senior researchers across academia, the NHS and Industry who are interested in infection.

It will take place in central Birmingham, start time 9:55am, finishing by 4:30pm latest.  See the event webpage for more information.  All are welcome to attend, so do forward on colleagues who may be interested. 

Registration (including online credit card payment facilities) is now open for this event.  For standard delegates, the charge is £50.09, current students, the charge is £30.09.

Please direct queries to either Cherry Heaven, c.heaven@ucl.ac.uk or Michael Head, mhead@idrn.org, or phone 020 7830 2239.

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