Monthly Archives: January 2016

Monthly Archives: January 2016

The benefits of co-production in research into neurological conditions

The benefits of co-production in research into neurological conditions

From the lab to the living room – the benefits of co-production in research into neurological conditions Thursday 14 April 2016 All Nations Centre, Cardiff This conference will explore the benefits of a co-productive approach for researchers and participants in the context of the current research environment in Wales. Through an engaging mix of speakers and breakout sessions, the event will demonstrate how co-production can increase the potential to translate research findings into real life outcomes that benefit people with neurological conditions. The event is aimed at academic researchers, clinical practitioners, people living with neurological conditions, funding bodies, policy makers, and relevant third sector organisations. Contributors confirmed so far:
  • Professor Jon Bisson, Director, Health and Care Research Wales
  • Professor Chris Burton, Noreen Edwards Chair of Rehabilitation and Nursing Research, School of Healthcare Sciences, Bangor University
  • Professor Monica Busse, Deputy Head of School, Research and Innovation, Cardiff University
  • Isabelle Abbey-Vital, Research Involvement Officer, Parkinson’s UK
  • Dr Sion Williams, School of Healthcare Sciences, Bangor University
The event is free. Please note, however that if you register but do not attend you will be invoiced for £50 to cover our costs. Exhibition stands are available at no cost to WNA members and at £50 to non-members. Please email wna.research@gmail.com for more information. Book your place here Download the English flyer Download the Welsh flyer