Alexis Hutson from Coaching Doctors will guide participants through an interactive session looking at what mentoring is, and how it can benefit mentees, mentors and organisations as a whole. Alexis holds a Diploma in Professional Coach-mentoring (Oxford Coach Mentoring School) and is a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).
Katie from the R&D Division will provide an overview of how the Health and Care Research Wales mentoring scheme pilot went and what’s planned for the future.
And, Emma Yhnell, Health and Care Research Wales Fellow, will tell us about her experience of mentoring, and how it’s helped her in her career to date.Delegates will gain a greater insight into mentoring and how it can help them, and find out more about getting involved in mentoring within Health and Care Research Wales in 2019.
This workshop will showcase four projects from recent Health and Care Research Wales grant schemes that demonstrate the applied value of research funded by Health and Care Research Wales.
The workshop will also feature a short discussion of the best ways to ensure impact from research funding schemes as a precursor to a new programme of dissemination activity.
There will be interactive stands and opportunities for networking across the Health and Care Research Wales infrastructure.
New for 2018! We will have a conference poster zone which promises to feature over 30 posters from across Wales.
The day will also feature awards for:
Registration for the Health and Care Research Wales conference 2018 is now closed.
Keep up to date with plans via #ResearchWales18
What is future-proofing?
"Future-proofing is the process of anticipating the future and developing methods of minimizing the effects of shocks and stresses of future events." Brian Rich
In general, the term "future-proof" refers to the ability of something to continue to be of value into the distant future; that the item does not become obsolete.
The most popular and pleasant means of reaching the SSE SWALEC from Cardiff Central Station is on foot. The final part of the 15 minute leisurely stroll takes you along the banks of the River Taff through Bute Park and the grounds of Cardiff Castle.
A popular way to travel to the Stadium is by bicycle and they are in the ideal location to do so i.e. via the Taff Trail which runs from Cardiff Bay to Brecon. The Stadium has more than 30 cycle parking spaces located underneath the Pro-Copy stand. Copies of the Cardiff cycle map are available by contacting email@example.com
Cardiff Bus services run regularly between Cardiff Central Station and Cathedral Road (adjacent to The SSE SWALEC)
Routes going via Cathedral Road include:
- Number 25 Circular Service to Llandaff North and North Road
- Number 62 Service to Llandaff, Danescourt, Pentrebane, Fair Water & Canton.
- Number 63 service Ffordd Berllan, Central Station, Radyr to Llandaff.
If you are planning to travel by bus please use www.travellinecymru.info for more information.
Travel time is approximately 3 hours via the M4 Westbound.
Travel time is approximately 2.5 hours via M5 Southbound and then the M4 Westbound.
From the east
Exit the M4 at Junction 29 and follow the A48M towards Llandaff. Join Cardiff Road. The SWALEC Stadium is situated off Sophia Close which is on Cathedral Road.
From the west
Exit the M4 at Juntcion 33. Follow the A4232 for 6.2 miles and exit on the slip road onto Leckwith Road. Follow the A4161 and then turn left onto Cathedral Road (A4119). Turn right onto Sophia Close where the SWALEC Stadium is situated.
Public car parking is available in the Sophia Gardens Pay and Display car park situated within Sophia Close.