- What research into ageing is taking place in our region?
- What research is needed?
- How can we work together to further develop our capacity?If these questions interest you then register for the free event on 28th April at Leeds Marriott Hotel via this link.Provisional agenda9.30 Welcome and coffee and exhibition10.00 Welcome to the day and introduction to the network: Professor Gail Mountain10.15: Research into later life: the road less travelled: Professor John Young10.45 Involving the public/ patients in researchInvolving people with motor neurone disease: Dr Emily GoodallInvolving people with stroke: Professor Ann Forster11.15 Coffee11.35 Open mic -how can we promote patient and public involvement?11.50 Highlighting our strengths; developing our capacity. Whistle stop tour of PhD funded study from the White Rose Initiative (Universities of York, Sheffield and Leeds)Charlotte Hamilton, Sarah Smith, JiHee Youn, Katie Sworn, Cheryl Craigs12.30 Lunch break and participatory activity1.30 Recruitment - examples of the issues from funded studies: Kirsty Sprange, University of Sheffield plus one other presenter TBC1.50 Open mic- how can we improve recruitment?2.20 Developing our ideas and working with practitioners from health and social care in different settings - examples of studiesUsing robot companions: practitioners from Sheffield Care Trust (names TBC)Care home research: Professor Ann FosterLife story research: Dr Kate Gridley3.00 Tea break and ideas generation3.30 Drawing the agenda together - what are the priorities?Question time style panel4.00 Close
Wednesday, 19 February 2014
Research into ageing across Yorkshire: highlighting our strengths
An event hosted by the Yorkshire Comprehensive Research Network - Ageing Priority Group and the White Rose Doctoral training centre into ageing