Training courses and events

Training Courses and Events

Internal Courses and Events

There are currently no up-coming internal training courses or events.

External Courses and Events

Imperial AHSC Starting out in Research Course for Healthcare Professionals

Tuesday 17 March, Tuesday 25 April, Tuesday 5 May 2020

The Starting Out in Research programme supports Healthcare Professionals (Allied Health Professionals, Clinical Psychologists, Clinical Research Practitioners, Healthcare Scientists, Nurses, Midwives and Pharmacists) to learn more about all aspects of research, providing a ‘Research Taster’ for those who are relatively new to research. 

Speakers from across the AHSC will introduce topics including: identifying a research question, appraising the literature, understanding research methods, and incorporating patient and public involvement in research.  

Eligibility

Applicants must be employed by one of the five Imperial College AHSC member organisations (The Royal Marsden, the ICR, ICL, ICHT, RBHT) and  available to attend all 3 course days and have confirmation of support of their line manager. 

To be considered for a place please complete the online expression of interest form by no later than 10:00 on Monday 20 January 2020. 

Applications will be reviewed for eligibility and suitability and all applicants will be told the outcome in the week beginning Monday 3 February 2020.

For more information contact the Imperial College AHSC CATO team at [email protected]

Academy of Medical Sciences Clinical Academics in Training Annual Conference (CATAC).

Wednesday 6 May 2020, Bristol 
A cross-specialty event designed to bring clinical academic trainees together to present their work, meet one another and network with senior researchers

Find out more and register for the CATAC Annual Conference

CRUK ‘Excellence in Cancer Research’ RCNi Nurse Award category

A fantastic opportunity for research nurses to raise their profile and the research they’re doing within the wider nursing community. It’s the only industry award for nurses in cancer research specifically.

The awards are open to nurses, midwives and health visitors registered to practise in the UK whose primary employment is nursing, nursing students and individuals working in a healthcare support role such as healthcare assistants and assistant practitioners.

Entry deadline: Friday 17 January 2020

Find out more and enter the RCNi Nurse Awards

NIHR Regional Events

Find out more and register for NIHR-led events

CRUK ‘Demystifying Targeted Cancer Treatments

Register for CRUK's free online course (MOOC)