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RDS Public Health Community's NIHR Public Health Research Programme Day

  Wednesday, 28 Apr 2021 | Events/Workshops

Date: 28 April
Time: 9:30-13:30 (followed by bookable one-to-ones from 14:00)
Venue: Online
Booking: Eventbrite

 

Programme:

9:30-9:35

Welcome from the RDS Sophie Hyndman, Deputy Director, RDS South Central

9:35-10:05

The NIHR PHR Programme and how it relates to the broader public health research landscape Brian Ferguson, Director, PHR Programme, NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC)

10:05-10:25

Engaging with local authorities and public health practitioners Helen Walters, Public Health Consultant Advisor, NIHR NETSCC

10:25-10:40

Comfort break

10:40-11:00

View from the PHR Funding Committee (FC): Stage 1 & 2 processes; key elements of successful PHR applications, ‘dos and don’ts’ Russ Jago, PHR FC Deputy Chair

11:00-11:20

Preparing for a PHR application: the researchers’ perspectiveJulie Parkes, Professor of Public Health, University of Southampton

11:20-11:40

Comfort break

11:40-12:00

PPI for public healthMegan Barlow-Pay, PPI Lead, RDS South Central

12:00-12:30

Other NIHR funding to support the PHR Programme and public health:

  • PHR Application Development Awards & the Rapid Funding Scheme Gemma House, Senior Research Manager, NIHR PHR Programme, NETSCC
  • Fellowships in Public Health Mal Palin, NIHR Academy
  • NIHR School for Public Health Research Ashley Adamson, NIHR Research Professor & Director, NIHR School for Public Health Research

12:30-12:50

Support for PHR applications:

  • Public Health Research Applications & Design Advice (PHRADA), Janine Bestall, PHRADA
  • RDS, RDS speaker TBC

12:50-13:20

Q&A with all speakers Chair, Sophie Hyndman, Deputy Director, RDS South Central

13:20-13:30

Next steps Martin Williams, Director, RDS National Office

13:30-14:00

Lunch break

From 14.00

One to One sessions: Discussion of potential projects with RDS Advisers from RDS Regions