The next National Research Collaborative Meeting is being held in London on 30/11/16. It is always an excellent meeting with presentations on current projects as well as sessions to learn about developing new ideas. NASBO, which is the latest national audit, began in Sheffield last year. Registration is free and can be done at www.nrcm.uk.
We are looking forward to a education packed meeting tonight. It is the first in a series of ‘How to……’ presentations. Tonight it will be ‘How to do a systematic review’. There will also be a recent review discussed and updates on funding applications and publications from one of our recent projects.
Come along to get involved and make sure that you take full advantage of the opportunity to be part of the next project.
Miss it and Miss out!
The committee are really excited to announce the first in a series of ‘How to….’ themed meetings. The July meeting is going to be themed towards ‘How to write a systematic review’.
This will involve senior members within the collaborative that have expertise in doing this passing on their know-how and culminating in an example of a review that is due to be submitted in the near future.
This promises to be a really useful meeting for all grades of doctors who do not feel confident in writing a review.
All are welcome.
Further details will be released nearer the time.
July 4th. QE Education Centre.
Following on from the discussion at the May meeting, two presentations are pencilled in for Monday 6the June. Sekhar Marla will be presenting his SSI in breast surgery audit and a PICO system study will also be presented and discussed. Further presentations will be added in due course.
In other news, WMRC are pleased to respond to trainee requests with digital certificates for participation at meetings. These can be added to portfolios to be used as evidence at annual ARCPs.
Everyone is welcome at the Monday meeting.
Once again there will be more pizza than you can eat!
Monday 9th May Meeting.
An exciting line up of presentations and discussion at our Monday meeting. Opportunities to join a team for a new study, updates on progress of current projects and presentations on both CholeS and MASDA, both of which are due to be presented at National meetings soon.
As an added bonus, there will be free pizza for all.
See you at 6:30 in Seminar Room 2, Education Centre, QE
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The latest MASDA study protocol is now available on our site. Please see the MASDA page for more details and to download
We are pleased to announce the launch of the National MASDA (Mastectomy Decisions Audit)!
This is a multi-centre prospective audit exploring the reasons for recommending mastectomy in the UK in 2015. We aim to involve ALL breast units, in order to provide a comprehensive view of current practice. The audit will capture variations in practice and inform design of a future randomised trial. Data will be anonymised. Individual units will be able to access their own data on request. Please see the MASDA study page for more information.
Please follow this link for details of this exciting upcoming event supported by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
All trainees interested are welcome to register to attend the Midlands Regional Spoke Launch Meeting of the National Institute for Health Research Healthcare Technology Co-operative (HTC) for Colorectal Therapies. This one-day event will be held on the 23rd April 2015 at The Studio in Birmingham.
The HTC in Colorectal Therapies was formed in April 2013 with the objective of bringing together experts from the NHS, academia and industry with funders, professional bodies, and patients/public to solve (NHS) unmet clinical needs in colorectal disease. The anticipated outcome of this meeting will be development of new and exciting collaborations, which will go on to seek funding to support innovative solutions that improve the care of patients affected by colorectal disease. For more on the HTC please go to our website; colorectal.htc.nihr.ac.uk
To register and for more information just visit: http://colorectal.htc.nihr.ac.uk/networking-events
Or see this flyer: HTC 23 April Regional Meeting Flyer