Let's Talk Research: The Time is Now

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**PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW DATES - OUR CONFERENCE HAS MOVED TO 1ST JULY 2021**

Research in the NHS is fundamental to the continuing improvement of patient care.

Are you a nurse, midwife, allied health professional, healthcare scientist or pharmacist?

Are you currently working on a research project and want to make a difference to your research journey?

Do you want to communicate your research in a creative way?

Do you want to learn new skills and develop your delivery techniques?

Join us for Let’s Talk Research, a one-day conference aimed at early career researchers in the NHS, where you can meet like-minded individuals looking to the future. Meet with experts across the field, learn new techniques and open your eyes to how you can make a difference.

Let’s Talk Research Conference 2020 is looking to the future, laying out the foundations for the methods and practices for NHS researchers. This jam-packed day will deliver a programme of creative content and speakers to stretch the imagination of attendees, giving inspiration and support on how to challenge the barriers of communicating research in innovative ways. Challenging you to do things differently in an environment where research truly matters!

As well as hearing and learning from experts, we will ask you to consider what research and innovation in the NHS will look like in 2050 and beyond. The time is now!

So what are you waiting for - sign up today!

  • Join the research community and build your network
  • Be inspired by the creative delivery of our speakers and workshops
  • Learn new skills
  • Gain confidence to do things differently
  • Share your journey and get invaluable input from like-minded colleagues


Our Venue

The Monastery, Gorton, is a part of the long history of monastic medicine and the Franciscan focus on giving care to the poor. The mix of breathtaking Gothic architecture and modern renovations reminds us that the present is built on deep foundations and strong traditions and invites us to take a long view of the future of research and innovation in healthcare.

The Monastery, Gorton


Keynote confirmed speakers (so far)

Prof Soo Downe, Professor in Midwifery Studies, UcLan

Professor Soo Downe is Professor in Midwifery Studies at the University of Central Lancaster and featured in our first Wonder Women Film Series.

Prof Dave Jones, Dean, NIHR Academy

Professor Dave Jones is responsible for assisting NIHR and universities in the leadership training and career management of all trainees funded through NIHR Integrated Academic Training Schemes and NIHR Personal Awards Schemes

Dr Justin Jagosh, Director, Centre for Advancement in Realist Evaluation & Synthesis, University of Liverpool

Justin is an Honorary Research Associate at the University of Liverpool and Director for the Centre for Advancement in Realist Evaluation and Synthesis – CARES. He is an advisor on numerous research contracts involving realist methodology and delivers training workshops in the UK and Internationally, including an annual CARES Summer School.

(as Justin is based in Canada his keynote will be done by live feed – something not to be missed!)



Please note, as well as key note speakers, the packed day will consist of creative workshops, research poster presentations and 'Research Has Got Talent', an opportunity for researchers to share their work in a whistle-stop fashion!

Cost to Attend

We are pleased to offer an early-bird rate of £99 + VAT to all attendees who book before 31st March 2021. This is a discounted rate that includes:

  • All keynote speaker sessions
  • Creative Workshops
  • Networking refreshment breaks and delicious two-course lunch

From 1st April, the rate will increase to £150 + VAT

Why not take advantage of our discounted rate to our conference dinner?

Conference Dinner - Limited discounted rates available

We are thrilled to announce that we will be hosting a conference dinner on the evening of 23rd September 2020 at The Monastery. Why not join us to continue the conversation with colleagues and new contacts?

Guests will enjoy a three course dinner in this stunning setting, we will also be joined by a guest speaker. Numbers are limited, so please do sign up as early as possible to avoid disappointment. Dinner places can only be booked with a conference place. The early-bird conference and dinner ticket is available for £125 + VAT. (Please note that this rate is significantly discounted from the standard rate of £150 + VAT for the conference and £40 + VAT, these rates will apply after 30 June 2020.)

Monastery evening pic


Contact us

Do you have questions about the Let's Talk Conference?

Please don't hesitate to contact us by email joanne.simpson@researchnorthwest.nhs.uk

For more information on NHS R&D North West go to https://research.northwest.nhs.uk/

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89 Gorton Lane

Manchester

M12 5WF

United Kingdom

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