This unique, interactive conference aims to showcase opportunities, to provide role models and to facilitate first-rate networking opportunities for postdoctoral allied health profession researchers. The focus is to demonstrate the importance of self-efficiency, entrepreneurship and transferable skills in health research.
9.30 – 16.15, Thursday 11 May
Quaker Friends House, opposite London Euston station
Keynote speakers will include a diverse panel of nationwide researchers from the areas of rehabilitation, music therapy, physiotherapy podiatry and more. Each will share their own experiences and insider knowledge on how to achieve and sustain a diverse and successful career pathway.
The Centre for Research Staff Development (CRSD) will begin the day with a networking ‘How-To’, ensuring delegates use the event to its full potential. There will be a CV clinic, so please bring yours along if you wish to take part. Representatives from the NIHR Research Design Service (RDS) will be present on the day to discuss the preparation of competitive grant applications and the support that the RDS can provide.
The event will also provide an opportunity for leading AHPs from around the UK to network, share innovation and spark collaborations, whilst simultaneously inspiring a new generation of clinical academic research leads.
Please register for your free ticket here.
How do I get to the venue?
The venue is directly opposite the entrance of Euston Station or a 10-minute walk from King’s Cross Station
Programmes will be sent out to all registered attendees when all tickets have been allocated.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided free of charge to attendees by Friends House, who source organic, fairtrade and locally produced food where possible, as part of their sustainable and ethical commitments.