Colleagues and researchers in primary and emergency [including unscheduled] care are invited to attend the Health and Care Research Wales funded PRIME Centre Wales Annual Event 2017.
Swansea University Medical School are honoured to host the next PRIME Centre Wales Annual Event 2017. The event will take place at the Swansea Grand Theatre on the 24th October 2017. The Swansea Grand Theatre is within a 10-15 minute walk of Swansea railway station.
The aims of the event are to promote the exciting and innovative research progress made by PRIME Centre Wales, and to facilitate networking and collaboration.
The event programme will feature PRIME Centre Wales’ research on:
There will also be an interview panel discussion focussing on involving patients and lay representatives in research.
After lunch, parallel workshops will cover topics from 'Big Data' to 'Being successful in grant applications'. An elevator pitch-style session on research innovation and dangerous ideas will end the day.
Guest speakers will be announced, along with the full programme, ahead of the event.
Please note, although all tickets have been booked for this event if you would like to be added to the waiting list please email Emma Baker on email@example.com to have your name included. You will be contacted in due course with further information.
Call for abstracts
Following last year’s great success we are pleased to announce the call for abstracts for the Elevator Pitches session to be held at the PRIME Centre Wales Annual Event on October 24 2017
The abstracts must fall in to one of the following categories:
Full details are included in the attached guidelines.
The deadline for submission of abstracts is the 15 September 2017. Please return all abstract submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
PRIME Centre Wales is a research centre focusing on primary and emergency care, funded by Health and Care Research Wales in order to develop and coordinate research proposals and support researchers. It is an all-Wales centre with co-led by Cardiff University, Bangor University, University of South Wales, and Swansea University. Further information on PRIME Centre Wales can be found at www.primecentre.wales