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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.



Children and Young People’s Mental Health: Promoting Integration and Early Intervention 2016

Thursday 8th December 2016, Manchester Conference Centre.

Confirmed speakers include: 

Jane Case, Northern Hub Manager, YoungMinds (confirmed)
Keynote Address
Dr Vijay Parkash, CAMHS and developmental services clinical director, West London Mental Health NHS Trust (invited)
Lorraine Khan, Associate Director, Children and Young People, Centre for Mental Health (confirmed)
Matt Buttery, Chief Executive Officer, Triple P UK (confirmed)
Matthew Boazman, Chief Officer for Strategy, Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (confirmed)
Harry Golby, Head of Service Improvement, NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (confirmed)
Dr Lesley French, Clinical Director & Head of Psychology, Children and Young People’s Services, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust (confirmed)
Dr Irene Sclare, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Project lead, DISCOVER workshop programmes, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (confirmed)
Wendy Meredith, Greater Manchester’s Director of Population Health Transformation (confirmed)

For more information click on the link http://bit.ly/2e3HJ1q

Conference News – Dementia: Quality of Care

Wednesday 16th November 2016, Royal National Hotel, London

Quality of Care which has been designed to help you develop a greater understanding of how people with dementia can get the support they need every day of the year, whether that be at home, in residential care, hospital or in the wider community.
for more information please click on the link http://bit.ly/2dUDxAR

The Faculty of Health & Wellbeing Lunchtime Seminar Series restarts

Tuesday 18th October – The first seminar of the year will be delivered by Nick Ewbank, in partnership with the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health.  Nick will be speaking on: Cultural Engagement for Wellbeing.

The seminar format will comprise a formal presentation and questions from 12:00 until 13:00 with a light lunch being provided from 11:30, and half hour scheduled from 13:00 to offer an opportunity to network should people have time to stay on.  Continue reading The Faculty of Health & Wellbeing Lunchtime Seminar Series restarts

Universities as ‘anchor institutions’ in their local economies: devolution, skills development and supporting entrepreneurship

Morning, Thursday, 8th December 2016  – Central Manchester

This seminar will discuss latest thinking on the role of universities in the development of their local economies – and comes in the context of the fast-developing devolution of powers to Mayors and combined authorities in regions across England. Continue reading Universities as ‘anchor institutions’ in their local economies: devolution, skills development and supporting entrepreneurship

International Community of Practice (ICoP) for End of Life Care

Practice Development in End of Life Care Symposium
Friday, 7th October 2016 from 09.00 – 16.30 hours
The Spitfire Cricket Ground, Old Dover Road, Canterbury, CT1 3NZ

Early bird rate just £30, inclusive of lunch and refreshments.  For full information please click on the link