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London AHPs in research – making it happen in practice

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CRN North Thames, 3rd Floor, 170 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7HA

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The roadshow is open to all Allied Health Professional (AHP) colleagues from across London who have an ambition to improve AHP research capability, capacity and activity within London NHS Trusts.

The workshops are intended to bring together AHPs, their managers and Research and Development colleagues from provider organisations across London to hear about the benefits of AHP research for service provision, examples of how AHP research is being enabled in London NHS Trusts, information about support and funding opportunities that are available and to discuss research priorities and opportunities for the future.

We are particularly keen to get representation from AHP service leads or managers, research leads or facilitators and from the full range of AHP professions: Art therapists, Drama therapists, Music therapists, Chiropodists/podiatrists, Dietitians, Occupational therapists, Operating Department Practitioners, Orthoptists, Osteopaths, Paramedics, Physiotherapists, Prosthetists and Orthotists, Radiographers, Speech and language therapists.

Colleagues from provider organisations across north London are particularly encouraged to attend this CRN North Thames and North West London hosted event to hear about the local support that is available to them.

Speakers at the event include:

Professor Gary Frost, NIHR Senior Investigator and NIHR Advocate for Dietetics, Imperial College

Dr Paula Aubrey, NIHR CRN North Thames Chief Operating Officer and Sam Hayton, NIHR CRN North West London Deputy Chief Operating Officer.

Please note that this is a repeat of the event run by NIHR CRN South London on June 24th at Guys Hospital

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