How can non-medical practitioners get started in surgical research?
28th July 2021, 19:00 to 20:15 BST
This is an introductory webinar for those working in advanced practitioner groups who are new to research or would like to know more about next steps in introducing research as part of their career.
To inform clinically active advanced surgical practitioner groups about undertaking research within a clinical role, the support that might be available to develop a research interest and next to a clinical-academic career pathway.
By the end of this webinar, participants should have an understanding of the relevance of research within a clinical setting, how to embark on research within their own work place, and understand the next steps to exploring a clinical-academic career.
Our panellists include:
Mr Charlie Auld - RCSEd Faculty of Perioperative Care Lead
Professor Martin Birchall - Director of the Incubator for Advanced Surgical Technology, Professor of laryngology at UCL and a consultant in ENT surgery at the Royal National Ear Nose and Throat and Eastman Dental Hospital.
Professor David Jayne - Co-Director of the Incubator for Advanced Surgical Technology, Bowel Cancer UK & RCS Engl. Professor of Surgery at the University of Leeds and Hon. Consultant Surgeon at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
Dr Bhuvaneswari Bibleraaj - Postdoctoral NIHR Fellow, National chair of NAHP for Society of Cardiothoracic Surgery Association and President of Surgical Care practitioner association; executive National chair for development of education/research for NAHP in RCS of Edinburgh.
Dr Helen Walthall - Director of Nursing and Midwifery Research and Innovation at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
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