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Early Researchers Meeting

Aspiring and Inspiring Respiratory Researchers

Generating research questions - Using primary care databases - Translating ideas into protocols - Implementation science

Are you involved in respiratory research, or interested in doing some research in future? If so, this pre-conference workshop for you! Calling all clinical and non-clinical researchers, whether you’re completely inexperienced or a seasoned researcher…

With an innovative programme full of practical advice and support by experts in primary care respiratory research this workshop is ideal for networking and learning how to turn your ideas into structured research projects suitable for publication in scientific journals, whatever the scale of your funding and resources. This year there will be a particular focus on use of primary care databases and implementation science. Structured networking will give you the opportunity to meet with some of the leaders in primary care respiratory research in the UK:  including Professor Patrick White, Professor Hilary Pinnock, Professor Kamran Siddiqi, and Dr Rachel Jordan.   There will also be plenty of time for meeting with your peers so that you can share information about your own research plans, hear about their projects and glean ideas and tips to help with the challenges of research in primary care.  

The workshop is designed for:

  • People starting out on a career in research (PhD students, academic clinical fellows, early career researchers) as well a those wondering if research would be a good career move them.  
  • Clinicians involved in research, or who would like to be involved in research
  • Existing or experienced researchers wanting to develop links with others engaged in respiratory research in the UK or find out about a new research method
  • Anyone with innovative work they would like to  publish or develop.
  • You do not need be an expert researcher (yet!) - but enthusiasm is essential!

You do not need be an expert researcher (yet!) - but enthusiasm is essential!

The workshop is FREE of charge.

Click HERE to download the your copy of the programme

Click HERE to register for the workshop


The workshop precedes the annual PCRS-UK national primary care conference and immediately precedes the AstraZeneca Satellite symposium (18.30 – 20.00).  If you are a healthcare professional, and plan to attend the AstraZeneca satellite symposium, you will have the opportunity to apply for the "two for one" accommodation offer for the nights of 28th and 29th September 2017. (Limited offer (100 places only) to conference delegates attending the AstraZeneca symposium only and based on first come, first served basis).   Please note all delegates are responsible for booking their own accommodation - please visit the accommodation page of the website for details. You will be notified if you have been successful in receiving the "two for one" accommodation offer.