Monthly Archives: March 2016

Monthly Archives: March 2016

WNA Annual General Meeting 14 April 2016 – 4.15 – 5pm All Nations Centre

WNA Annual General Meeting 14 April 2016 – 4.15 – 5pm All Nations Centre

The WNA AGM will be held immediately after the WNA Research Conference on the 14 April 2016. The AGM will vote on a resolution to alter the WNA constitution to make it more relevant to the needs of the Alliance. Members will also vote on new members of the WNA Executive Committee. All are welcome to attend. Only WNA members have voting rights. Further details please contact wnacoordinator@gmail.com.  
From the lab to the living room conference programme – Cardiff Thursday 14 April 2016

From the lab to the living room conference programme – Cardiff Thursday 14 April 2016

The programme for our conference on the benefits of co-production in research into neurological conditions is below. We will be updating this page regularly as presentation and workshop titles are confirmed, so please check back. To book your place, visit our event page.
09.30 Registration  
10:00 Introduction and welcome Chair: Ana Palazón
10.10 Health and Care Research Wales: Ensuring the public are at the heart of knowledge creation and mobilisation Prof Jon Bisson, Director, Health and Care Research Wales
10.35 Co-production in Research and Improvement Danny Antebi, (formerly Aneurin Bevan Continuous Improvement)
11.00 Coffee  
11.25 Workshop / breakout session 1  
The good, the bad, the ugly of co-production in Huntington's Disease research   Professor Monica Busse, Cardiff University Dr Laura Bunting, HCRW Brain Repair and Intracranial Neurotherapeutics (BRAIN) Unit, Cardiff University Natalie Simon, HCRW Barbara Moore, HCRW
A Parkinson’s patient perspective on co-production David Murray
12.30 Lunch  
13.30 Workshop / breakout session 2  
Developing patient reported experience and outcome measures for stroke and neurological conditions for Wales: driving quality and equity. Michelle Price
Patient and Public Involvement - supporting a future of better research. Isabelle Abbey-Vital, Research Involvement Officer, Parkinson’s UK
Building it together: Peer coaching for people after stroke – a feasibility trial. Dr Sion Williams, Bangor University Phil Keir Rex Seddon Patricia Masterson
14.30 Co-production: a ‘layered approach’ in stroke care Professor Chris Burton, School of Healthcare Sciences, Bangor University
14.55 Coffee  
15.20 Title TBC Dr Jon Stamford, Cure Parkinson’s Trust
15.45 Roundup Comments gathered through the day and closing remarks Chair
16.00 Finish