November 2018 events

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    Qualitative Skills Masterclass

    Venue: Chilworth, Southampton

    Time: 09:00-16:00

    Join NIHR CLAHRC Wessex this Autumn for a qualitative skills masterclass, led by Professors Anne Rogers and Catherine Pope, to discuss topics such as 'Grant applications - writing in qualtitative methods', Qualitative methods and ensuring 'credibility' and 'Clinical research: advantages and disadvantages of conducting clinical research'. This ev... Read more >

New call to industry on Technology enabled Mental Health Care

The Wessex Technology Support Programme (TSP) has launched a new call to indu... read more >

How do people mobilise social network support? – Presentation by Ivaylo Vassilev at the International Sociological Association Conference in Toronto

The Genie intervention appears to be effective in bridging the gap between cognitive engagement with networks and making potential changes, and its activation in the context of people’s everyday life. Its impact in activating networks and supporting behavior change is likely to be enhanced by the availability of local resources enabling people to live well. read blog >

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