Upcoming Events

HRI Virtual Seminar Series – June/July 2020

This event is for internal Edge Hill University staff only.

The Health Research Institute is continuing to support and nurture research that impacts on the health of communities and, adapting to our virtual working world, we would like to invite you to join our forthcoming seminar series on Teams. The full series is below and invitations to each seminar have already been sent to all academic staff across the University, please accept the invite if you plan to attend.

If you have not received the invite and would like to attend please email us.

Edge Hill University Staff can access the seminar recordings afterwards, by clicking on the seminar titles below.

Speaker Seminar title Institute theme Date
Dr Marian Peacock Sociological perspectives on the social gradient in COVID-19 Public Health Thu 18th June
Prof Lucy Bray & Prof Bernie Carter Children’s Health Literacy during the COVID-19 pandemic Children, Young People & Families Tue 23rd June
Prof Philip Murphy Coming off heroin: recent findings from our Substance Use and Misuse Lab (SUML) Health & Wellbeing Wed 1st July
Prof Vicky Karkou Arts for the Blues in the time of the Pandemic: Research with patients, frontline NHS staff and the general public. Health & Wellbeing Wed 8th July
Dr Carol Kelly

 

Navigating funding, ethics and recruitment of frontline clinicians during a pandemic – the NURSe COVID study: a qualitative exploration of experiences of Nurses with Respiratory Skills working during the COVID-19 pandemic. Supporting Care Wed 15th July
Kacper Sumera An international survey of attitudes to COVID-19 among emergency medical services. Improving Professional Practice Mon 20th July
Dr Mark Jackson Liverpool Health Partners; the Academic Health Science System for Cheshire & Merseyside Thu 30th July

 


The Health Research Institute runs a range of internal and external events, these are usually posted on this page and on our Twitter feed @edgehill_hri.

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