Invitational Event_Child and Young People’s Mental Health Research #CLAHRC @official_NIHR

SAVE THE DATE: 05.05.17

CLAHRC Child and Young People’s Mental Health Research: Generating Impact
Anstey Hall, Cambridge

NETWORK:    with lead researchers and key stakeholders* in CYP MH from across CLAHRCs

EXPLORE:     barriers, solutions and successes for implementing research into practice

IDENTIFY:      opportunities for collaborative working Registration opens mid-March (places are free).

Following on from the cross-CLAHRC Child Health event held on November 11th 2016 in London, this day is the first of what we hope will be a series of meetings to bring people in the CLAHRC network with a focus on CYP MH together.It will be a participatory and interactive event to facilitate discussion and shared learning about how to turn research findings into differences in practice, and to enable the identification of new collaborations for future working.

Attendees should be CLAHRC researchers and key stakeholders* in CYP MH who can both contribute and gain from the day.

Each participating CLAHRC will initially have a limit of 4 places, and will be asked to provide an overview of their relevant CYP MH studies prior to the event (an online template for this will be available soon).

More detailed information will be provided with registration; in the interim please save the date.

For any questions please contact: 

Maris Vainre, CLAHRC EoE Research Assistant and Research Impact Officer:

Lorna Jacobs, CLAHRC EoE Senior Programme Support Officer:  

We look forward to seeing you in Cambridge, NIHR CLAHRC East of England

*health and social care practitioners, service providers, commissioners, researchers, patients and the public (PPI), funders etc.

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