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Thursday, 15 January 2009

Health Services Research Seminars - January - March

Posted By Andy


All the seminars will be held on Tuesday lunchtimes, in the Lecture Rooms 1&2 on the First Floor of ScHARR at Regent Court (Regent Street entrance) at 12.30pm. Coffee will be provided and you are welcome to bring your own sandwiches.


20th January
Therapist Effects in Randomised Controlled Trials – What to do about them.
Stephen Walters, Reader in Medical Statistics, Health Services Research, ScHARR, University of Sheffield.


27th January
The Future Bathroom – A study of Design with and for Older People with Age Related Disability.
Professor Gail Mountain, Professor of Occupational Therapy Research, Centre for Health and Social Care Research, Sheffield Hallam University.

3rd February
Evaluation of Physical Activity Levels Among Adolescents in the South West and North West: Consideration of Health Issues.
Spencer Boyle, PhD Student, ScHARR, University of Sheffield.


10th February
The New Coordinated System for Gaining NHS Permissions for Research (CSP).
Dr Caroline Pickstone, Senior Manager, and John Griffiths, South Yorkshire CLRN, University of Sheffield.* Please note this seminar to be held in John Pemberton Lecture Theatre 2nd Floor, ScHARR.


17th February
Evaluation of Supplementary Prescribing in Nursing and Pharmacy.
Dr Richard Cooper, Lecturer in Public Health, ScHARR, University of Sheffield.

24th February
Towards an Advanced Lifestyle Monitoring System for Aged and Vulnerable People.
Fabian Cardineux, Research Associate, Health Services Research, ScHARR, University of Sheffield. *Please note this seminar will be held in the Trent Institute Room, 2nd Floor ScHARR.

3rd March
How the Bayesian Methods can be used to Assist Decision Making for Clinical Purposes.
Melody Zhigang, Research Assistant, Imperial College, London.

10th March
School-Linked Sexual Health Services for Young People: What Happens in the UK, and how does it Compare with Experience in other Countries? Interim Findings from a Survey and Systematic Review.
Dr Jenny Owen, Lecturer in Health Studies, and Colleagues from the School-Linked Sexual Health Services for Young People Project. ScHARR, University of Sheffield

For further information please contact Joanne Turner on 0114 222 0751 or e-mail j.e.turner@sheffield.ac.uk

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