HSRUK SYMPOSIUM 2016
13-14 July, Nottingham Conference Centre
The HSRUK Symposium presents the leading edge of health services research. The programme is multidisciplinary and includes research presentations and posters, plenaries from research and service leaders. Delegates attend from a range of organisations including NHS and social care bodies, patient and citizen groups, universities and research institutes, industry and commercial knowledge consultancy, central and local government and the third sector.
We are inviting the following:
•individual abstracts (presentation and/or poster)
• session/workshop proposals
This year all abstract submissions and session proposals will be managed via our online registration and abstract system. All correspondence in relation to abstracts and session proposals will come from firstname.lastname@example.org.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS (PRESENTATION AND/OR POSTER)
We welcome abstracts on all aspects of health services and policy research. Suggested themes (but not confined to):
•Access and equity
The Health Foundation invites abstracts on the theme of Improvement Science, that is new approaches to achieve measurable and timely improvement in care processes; development of the underlying theory and evaluation of methods to improve quality, safety and value; implementation of evidence-based healthcare.
CALL FOR SESSIONS
The Symposium 2016 call includes the option to submit joint proposals to run sessions or workshops. We welcome proposals on all aspects of health services and policy research.
Additional criteria encouraged:
•Proposals that demonstrate collaborations with NHS and Health and Social Care organisations including Local Authorities
•Proposals that demonstrate collaboration/engagement with patients/carers
•Proposals that demonstrate collaborations with other sectors
•Innovative and engaging formats
Submit your abstract or session proposal on the event website.
See guidelines for abstract submission (also available on the event web page).
Closing date for submissions 19 February