SISCC Director Jan Clarkson and HSRU Director Craig Ramsay appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe this Saturday! Still some tickets available https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/politics-of-the-tooth-fairy
There are two fix terms posts for health service researchers coming up in Healthcare Improvement Scotland (HIS). These may be of interest to junior researchers or PhDs students.
National Cancer Research Institute are currently looking for trainees to join various NCRI Clinical Studies Groups (CSGs) and Advisory Group.
We are recruiting for an exceptional individual to join us as a Senior Lecturer Head of Studies (Pre-registration) & Pre-registration Programme Lead to oversee all aspects of the School’s pre-registration portfolio. Closing date is 11 June 2018. Further details here.
The introduction of new evidence-based practices often requires practitioners to change or adapt their behaviour, hence behavioural factors can impact on the success and sustainability of improvement interventions. This seminar will address ways to facilitate behaviour change to support improvement activities within health and social care settings.
The next meeting of the NHS Health and Social Care Innovation Network will be hosted by Professor Dilip Nathawni and the Academic Health Science Partnership in Tayside.
An exciting opportunity for an experienced, talented researcher with expertise in quasi-experimental methods and applied epidemiology to join the Born in Bradford team. Closing date is 18th May 2018 at noon. Further details here: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BIY455/principal-research-fellow-fixed-term/
Are you a cancer patient first diagnosed as an adult? Do you look after or have you looked after someone who was first diagnosed as an adult? Are you a health or social care professional or a volunteer working with adults affected by cancer? Have your say on the future of research relevant to living with […]
SISCC are delighted to announce that the launch of a call for research proposals to help shape our 2018/19 work programme has been extended. The aim of this call is to bring together practitioners and academics to work on ideas, challenges and improvement aims, to develop research questions, evaluation methodologies, use of data to support improvement […]
Join SISCC at the Voluntary Health Scotland (VHS) annual conference on the 16th of November in Glasgow. We’ll be exhibiting at the conference. Stop by to find out about our work and our online courses available to carers and volunteers. The conference explores what does ‘Realistic medicine mean in practice for people and communities?’ – […]