A two day course for researchers and practitioners working with questionnaire, assessment and other psychometric data in the health, educational and social sciences.
A one day study day aimed at practice and community nurses and nurses and allied health professionals working in Accident and Emergency and other urgent care settings.
We are pleased to announce the twelfth annual conference RCTs in the Social Sciences. The conference will be an opportunity for delegates to share expertise, interests and concerns about conducting trials in all fields of social sciences.
A one-day study day aimed at practice nurses who have already undertaken a contraception and sexual health course, or similar, and require an update in sexual health and how the role can be extended. It will also apply if your role involves the non-medical prescribing of contraceptives.
Please note it is vital that you have undertaken previous study in contraception and sexual health.
BOA Orthopaedic Surgery Research Centre (BOSRC) is running its third meeting for trauma and orthopaedic surgeons interested in getting involved in Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs) or research grant applications either as a chief investigator or co-applicant.
The programme for this event will focus on issues relevant to RCTs in trauma and orthopaedics.
Presenters will include Professor David Torgerson, Director of YTU; Professor Catherine Hewitt, Senior Statistican; Dr Catriona McDaid, Senior Research Fellow; Professor Amar Rangan, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and other key members of York Trials Unit who have been involved in several orthopaedic trials.