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2018 3

Provisional programme

Day 1

10 -11 Coffee, registration and elevator pitch checking for day one and two Ruth Deech foyer
11-11.30 Welcome and introduction Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre
11.30 - 12.15

Parallel session (45mins)

• Writing for The Conversation
• Using social media for dissemination and networking (Dan Richards-Doran and Charlotte Albury)

 

Seminar Room 7
Seminar Room 8

12.15 - 1.30

Group photograph - venue tbc
Lunch and checking into rooms

1.30 - 2.30 Elevator pitch session 1 

Seminar Room 7
Seminar Room 8
Seminar Room 9

2.30 - 3.15

Parallel session (45mins)
• Applying for NIHR Research for Patient Benefit award. Prof Sue Ziebland
• Applying for NIHR fellowships. Dr Nicola Melody


Seminar Room 7
Seminar Room 8

3.15 - 3.45 Refreshments and networking
3.45 – 4.15 Developing research skills: How to make the most of your SPCR award. Dr Stephen Weng Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre
4.15 - 5.00 Maximising your research outputs. Prof Carl Heneghan
5.00 - 6.30 Free time to explore Oxford
7.00 – 9.00 Dinner

St Anne’s Dining Hall
Dress: As you are

Day 2

7.45 – 8.45 Breakfast St Anne’s Dining Hall
9.00 – 9.45

Evidence Synthesis Working Group parallel session 

Involving public contributors in evidence synthesis. Dr Ann-Marie Boylan
Workshop on realist approaches to health services research. Dr Geoff Wong

 

Seminar Room 7
Seminar Room 8

9.45 – 10.45 Elevator pitch session 2 
Three groups

Seminar Room 7
Seminar Room 8
Seminar Room 9

10.45 – 11.30

Refreshments and networking

11.30 – 12.15

Plenary:
My personal career journey. Dr Ashley Adamson

 

Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre

12.15 - 1.15 Lunch
1.15 - 2.00 National Standards for Public Involvement. Dr Paula Wray Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre
2.00 - 2.30 Closing comments and prize presentation Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre

Elevator pitch guidance

All trainees will present an elevator pitch and some guidance on the design and presentation of elevator pitches can be found on the SAPC website 'SAPC Elevator pitches - Top Tips'

Nadine Mirza has written a blog Going up: How to give an elevator pitch

 

This year we are introducing some prizes:

Best blog written by a trainee

Submit a blog that is no more than 1000 words which is engaging and is about a relevant primary care topic or event showing evidence of analysis of the event, text or current issue/discussion.  The blog may already have been published (if so, please state where) or may be a new piece that has been prepared for posting.  Photos or graphics can be included in addition to the 1000 words.

The blog must demonstrate that:

-          the topic is relevant to primary care and relate to a current issue or discussion

-          the writing style provides personal elements as well as academic/professional reflections

-          the blog will contribute to learning around a particular topic/area of research

-          the blog is structured with clear focus and cohesion

-          the blog uses links to secondary sources and current online content from academic sources or the media

-          appropriate and interesting use of images has been used to complement and illustrate the text

-          the author has provided critical analysis and encouraged debate

Submit your entry to georgina.fletcher@phc.ox.ac.uk by Wednesday 22 August. 

Entries will be scored by a sub-set of the School’s training leads using the criteria above.  The prize winning blog will be posted on the School’s website and the prize presented at the annual trainees meeting in Oxford on 25 September 2018.

Innovation in Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement

Submit a description of an innovative approach to PPIE that you have used in your research.  The piece should not be more than 1000 words and it can include photos.

The work should demonstrate that the PPIE is:

-          innovative or ground-breaking methods for involving patients and the public

-          relevant to the research question

-          how it will impact on a research study or research area

-          steps taken to ensure the representativeness and appropriateness of the people involved

-          how individual patients or members of the public are identified and enlisted

-          how the impact of PPI is recorded and evaluated

-          how individual patients or members of the public are supported

Submit your entry to georgina.fletcher@phc.ox.ac.uk by Wednesday 22 August. 

Entries will be scored by a sub-set of the School’s training leads using the criteria above.  The prize winning PPIE innovation will be posted on the School’s website and the prize presented at the annual trainees meeting in Oxford on 25 September 2018.

You may submit an entry to both prize categories.

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