CAHPR review 2020 - invitation to tender
During 2020, CAHPR will be undergoing a review and are seeking an experienced provider to carry out this work.
CAHPO Research Impact award 2020 - Applications now open
We are pleased to announce that CAHPR and the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) again in 2020 is partnering the award category for AHP Research Impact.
Advancing Healthcare Awards 2020 - deadline 14 January
CAHPR is proud sponsor of the new Evaluating Health and Social Care Practice award in 2020. This is an exciting opportunity for AHPs to receive recognition for work that has improved care for patients accessing a service.
New - CAHPR Research Practitioner Framework
CAHPR has published a framework of research practitioner competencies to support practitioners, managers, educators and leaders to review and plan practitioner roles, activity and support systems within a range of practice settings.
CAHPR London hub invite AHPs to showcase their research
CAHPR London Hub are hosting an AHP showcase and celebration event on 11 December.
New blog post - find out about activity in CAHPR's Keele hub
Hub lead, Dr Sue Hunter, updates on Keele activities in October, including National AHP Day and Keele’s interdisciplinary STROKESTRA® Stroke pilot project. Find out more about activities in Keele on the CAHPR blog.
New top tips - Navigating doctoral studies
These top tips on navigating doctoral studies are written by healthcare professionals outside of medicine undertaking doctoral studies and by those with recent experience of successfully completing a doctoral studies within clinical and non-clinical environments.
Healthcare Professionals in Research Facebook group launched
A new peer support group has been created which aims to create a sense of community for members through networking and group discussion.
CAHPR Award for Evaluating Health and Social Care Practice – Open Now
CAHPR is sponsoring a new award category as part of the 2020 Advancing Healthcare Awards.
New CAHPR top tips - Implementation for Impact
It takes on average 17 years to get research into practice and only 30-40% results in a demonstrable patient benefit. Implementation can enhance uptake of research and reduce research waste.