In 2016, PCRS-UK hosted a workshop ‘Aspiring and Inspiring Early Career Researchers’ to bring together those interested in research, particularly those starting out on a respiratory research career path. As well as sessions on research skills, we discussed how we could best bring together those interested in respiratory research, and agreed that we would set up a network through which researchers could share ideas, funding opportunities, and get in touch with others in similar fields.
Copies of the presentations from the workshop are shown below - (for personal use only and not to be reused)
- Writing a paper and getting your work published by Dr Paul Stephenson - Click HERE
- Writing a paper and getting your work published by Dr Paul Stephenson (Part 2) - Click HERE
- Designing a poster by Dr Paul Stephenson - Click HERE
Feedback from delegates who attended the workshop highlighted the value of the workshop not only in terms of its content but also in its opportunity for participants to network with each other and share research issues and ideas.
Aspiring and Inspiring Respiratory Researchers Workshop 2017
Telford International Centre, 28th September 2017
Don't miss out on this year's workshop taking place on 28th September 2017 - see HERE for more details. Key topics include generating research questions - using primary care databases - translating ideas into protocols and implementation science
Register NOW HERE
Sharing ideas and resources
To further facilitate the sharing of ideas, resources and issues PCRS-UK has created an email group and an SMS e-group for research-interested members to share relevant texts and stay in touch with each other. If you wish to join the Research Network SMS group please contact us HERE
. If you have any news you wish to share with your fellow respiratory researchers please contact us HERE
and subject to approval we will circulate the news to members of the email group.
We are also hoping to develop a forum for researchers to list their particular research interests and share profiles.
At-Risk Registers Integrated into primary care to Stop Asthma crises in the UK
We invite your practice to participate in ARRISA-UK - an NIHR-funded UK-wide research study to reduce the occurrence of severe asthma related events.
This study is designed to reducing the rates of unplanned admissions and improve general asthma care. All research costs are paid. The Arrisa-UK team will support you in developing your asthma risk register and provide eLearning training to facilitate the care of asthma patients throughout your practice.
The attached flier provides more information alternatively you can click here to register by completing a short questionnaire.