This year’s School of Health & Social Care Post Graduate Research Students Conference will be held on 26 June at the Royal College of Physicians on Queen Street, Edinburgh.
The conference will showcase the exciting and innovative research conducted by our School of Health and Social Care Post Graduate Research Students, while keynote speakers include our own Caroline Hollins-Martin, Lis Neubeck and Thanos Karatzias. Margaret Maxwell, Professor of Health Services and Mental Health Research at the University of Stirling, will be joining too.
This year’s theme is Research, Relationships and Reflective Practice, and the conference will look at the people’s lives we want to have an impact on; why we want to do so; the people who matter to us as we carry out the research; the role of reflection in research; and what we’ve learned so far as we carry out the research. We’ll also be reflecting on a sense of belonging and what that means to us as researchers, wherever we find ourselves – for example, as novice or more experienced researcher.
The day will include key note speakers, a series of presentations, workshops and interactive events.
Lunch, and refreshments throughout the day will be provided. A drinks reception and networking opportunity will close the event.
Full programme details will be available soon.
When: Wednesday, 26 June – 9am to 5.30pm
Where: Royal College of Physicians, Queen Street, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ
For more information and to book your slot at this event, click here.