Find out about upcoming CAHPR hub activities.
CAHPR hubs run a range of activities to support AHPs such as small award schemes, events and mentoring. This page gives highlights of current activities.
You can find out more from your local CAHPR hub.
CAHPR East Midlands - Translating Evidence into Practice Seminar & AGM
Join the CAHPR East Midlands branch to learn about translating evidence into practice. The AGM starts at 6.30pm - all welcome.
Deadline: 9 September 2019, 4.00 -7.30pm
Location: Leicester General Hospital
Further details via Eventbrite
CAHPR North East research funding competition
The North East of England and Yorkshire and Humber CAHPR hubs are jointly running a competition to support AHP research and innovation in the region.
This competition will support up to five AHPs, who are novice researchers, to carry out a small piece of research/innovation, with a view to facilitating these five candidates to develop a research active career in the future. Up to five studies will be funded to a maximum of £1,000 each. See the flyer below for further details.
Deadline: 1st September
London AHPs in research - making it happen in practice
The roadshow is open to all Allied Health Professional (AHP) colleagues from across London who have an ambition to improve AHP research capability, capacity and activity within London NHS Trusts. The workshops are intended to bring together AHPs, their managers and Research and Development colleagues from provider organisations across London to hear about the benefits of AHP research for service provision, examples of how AHP research is being enabled in London NHS Trusts, information about support and funding opportunities that are available and to discuss research priorities and opportunities for the future. This event is run by CAHPR/NIHR AHP Research Champions.
Date: 13 September 2019, 08:45-13:30
Location: CRN North Thames, 3rd Floor, 170 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7HA
CAHPR Cheshire and Merseyside - funding workshop
Funding opportunities can seem scarce and finding possible sources can seem rather mystifying, especially for more local and smaller scale projects, which can be just as valuable as larger scale studies.
The aim of this workshop is to provide information about possible sources of funding, and to invite a range of presenters who can share their expertise in this area. We are also inviting speakers who will talk about their own experiences of being successful in obtaining funding, including that related to Masters and PhD studies. There will also be time to ask questions.
Date: 9 October 2019, 2.00-4.30pm
Location: 1829 Building, Countess of Chester Health Park, Liverpool Road, Chester, CH2 1UL.