Category Archives: early career researchers

Faculty of Health & Wellbeing Lunchtime Research Seminar Series

The title of this seminar is ‘A pilot study to evaluate the use of social media in teaching’, Led by Ann Price on Tuesday 15th November in PRf01.

Lunch from 11.30, presentation 12-1pm and networking and questions 1-1.30pm.

To book a place, please email FHWB.RKEassistant@canterbury.ac.uk or telephone 01227 922976.

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Research Professional News Update

For news updates including ‘Academics launch fund for interdisciplinary research’ please clink on the link http://bit.ly/2fxOkkl

Poster Review of the 2016 Research Internship Scheme. Tuesday 18th October, 2016. 11.30 – 1.30, Augustine House Hall.

Over the summer, 40 students worked with academics across the University on research and knowledge exchange projects, as paid interns. The Internships have supported departmental and individual research & KE activity, and have enabled students to develop their research interests, experience and skills.

To celebrate the achievements of these Internships, academic leads and interns will present their project posters. The presentations will start at 11.30 with a buffet lunch from around 12.30, where there will be a chance to view the posters and talk to interns and academics about their projects.

All staff and students are welcome to attend. Please register your intention to attend by emailing red.businessdevelopment@canterbury.ac.uk, advising if you would also like to stay for the buffet lunch at 12.30.

 

New Publication – The Researcher

The first issue of The Researcher was published in July. The digital publication, created for health researchers by health researchers aims to raise awareness of research careers among nurses, midwives and allied health professionals. HEE, NHS Research and Development North West (NHS R&D NW) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) have worked together with a team of early career researchers and award winning writer Rob Young to produce the magazine which illustrates the real-life stories of what it is like to undertake a research career.

Read the first issue of The Researcher at http://bit.ly/2bxlNhS