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Compassionate Leadership for Cultures of High Quality Care (Bradford)

19th March 2020

The Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group continues its programme of seminars with 'Compassionate Leadership for Cultures of High Quality Care' - Michael West - Professor of Organizational Psychology, Lancaster University Management School/Senior Visiting Fellow, The King’s Fund

The talk will be followed by food and refreshments.

Find out more: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/yqsr-seminar-compassionate-leadership-for-cultures-of-high-quality-care-tickets-64731109491

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New frontiers-methodology of developing and optimising complex interventions in health care settings (Leeds)

22nd April 2020

The Leeds Unit for Complex Intervention Development team (LUCID) welcome you to an event exploring new frontiers in the methodology of developing and optimising complex interventions in health care settings.  The morning is free to attend. 

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CLEAR 2020: Collaborative Learning through Evidence and Research (Bradford)

16th June 2020

On Tuesday 16th June 2020, the BDCFT Library & R&D teams will host CLEAR 2020 at Bradford City Football Club. The day will include a mix of local and national speakers, as well as a range of presentations and posters to highlight quality local research and evidence based practice projects.

Find out more: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/clear-2020-collaborative-learning-through-evidence-and-research-tickets-82199710547

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SAPC ASM 2020 (Leeds)

15th July 2020

The Leeds Institute of Health Sciences, University of Leeds is delighted to be hosting the 49th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC).

15th-17th July 2020 at the University of Leeds. Theme: Living and Dying Well.

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Primary Care Mental Health Research Conference 2020 (York)

21st May 2020

Date: Thursday 21st May 2020
Venue: The Ron Cooke Hub, University of York (Campus East)

The theme for the event this year will be 'Mental Health: person and place'.

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