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This month’s newsletter includes articles on Pharmacies & smoking cessation, pregnancy and mental health and counting the cost of alcohol on the NHS. To read the full articles click here
Nominations are open for the Royal Society medal & awards.
The Royal Society awards a number of medals, awards and prize lectures which provide an opportunity to recognise outstanding scientific achievement. The awards range from subject specific medals to those celebrating the communication and promotion of science.
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HEFCE recently published a second set of decisions with regards to the Stern’s recommended changes for REF2021, which can be found here
Following this, the Research & Enterprise Integrity and Development Office (REIDO, formally under RED) will host an open Forum where researchers across the University will be given the opportunity to discuss the implications of these decisions.
The REF2021 Research Forum will take place on Tuesday the 30th of January 2018 from 12noon to 2pm, on North Holmes Campus.
To book a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive a calendar invitation with a room confirmation.
Dementia 2020 – The Next Phase is an opportunity to consider progress of the Implementation Plan up to 2018 and will assess whether it has achieved the actions included as it moves into phase two. This conference will allow participants hearing from senior leaders from many of the key partner organisations involved in the 2020 Challenge.
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Applications are now invited for projects which give students experience of working with staff on real research and knowledge exchange projects with high quality outcomes.
Academics are invited to apply for a CCCU intern to work with them on a relevant and clearly defined project, creating additional capacity to carry out RKE activity in areas that are likely to result in tangible outputs.