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The University of Southampton
Southern Central CAHPR Hub

Getting started in Clinical Research: steps to successful Clinical Research Projects Event

16:00 - 18:00
19 March 2014
Building 67, Room 1007 Highfield Campus, University of Southampton SO17 1BJ

For more information regarding this event, please telephone Margaret Bush on 02380597912 or email .

Event details

Southern Central AHP Research Network Forthcoming Event A Date for your Diary Come to our next workshop !

The session is aimed at students and those new to research.  We hope to show you that the process is not as scary as you think and give you a supportive helping hand!   

The Format on the day will be:

4.00pm Tea and networking

4.30pm Talks (Drs Jo Adams & Maggie Donovan-Hall)

6.00pm Finish

FREE event, but please register so we can order enough cake!

We hope to see you there. Please contact Margaret Bush on to register.

Please forward this email to anyone you think might be interested.

Starting Clinical Research

Speaker information

Dr Jo Adams,is an occupational therapist employed by the University of Southampton as a Senior Lecturer and Professional Lead for Occupational Therapy. Her research interests include: Research into clinical effectiveness of rehabilitation for people with musculoskeletal conditions. Development of research methods learning and teaching. The educational and professional development needs of health and social care practitioners and the clinical effectiveness of hand therapy/surgery.

Dr Maggie Donovan-Hall,is a Health Psychologist and completed her MSc in health psychology here at the University of Southampton in 2000. After her masters, she spent four years working as a research associate on several projects with Professor Lucy Yardley. This involved running a three year randomised controlled trial exploring the effectiveness of vestibular rehabilitation. Her PhD involved exploring factors related to adherence to vestibular rehabilitation and has been carried out in parallel to the RCT. Maggie has also been involved in a series of studies exploring people’s views of falls prevention material funded by the charity Help the Aged.

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