The School of Health Sciences runs a monthly series of lively seminars and workshops which everyone is welcome to attend. The aim is to provide a regular focus for staff, students, clinicians and interested members of the public to connect with current debates on research and evidence and to build scholarly activity.
The workshops are intended to help students and practitioners explore how they can apply the ideas and skills brought by the seminar presenter to their practice – at any level of expertise. They do not presume specialist knowledge of the area but will draw on the wide range of participants’ interests on the day.
All our seminars are free with no prior booking necessary but if you are attending from outside the university please contact Sally Beet to ensure the seminar is taking place. If in the event of an emergency would need assistance, please contact us to arrange a Personalised Emergency Evacuation Plan.
Details may be subject to change. For directions and maps see below.
Wednesday 23 May 2018, 1 - 2pm: Queens Building 01.09 (main campus)
Prof Kristy Sanderson, Professor in Applied Health Research, School of Health Sciences
Thursday 31 May, 12.30 - 1.30pm, Edith Cavell Building Lecture Theatre
Prof Graeme Rocker, Professor of Medicine, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Wednesday 13 June, 1 - 2pm: Queens Building 01.09 (main campus)
“Places and Spaces: learning about re-learning, in home-based rehabilitation, for people with aphasia”.
Dr Ciara Shiggins, Academic Fellow, School of Health Sciences
Wednesday 11 July, 1 - 2pm: Dr Andrew Atkin, Lecturer in Behavioural Epidemiology, School of Health Sciences
Please note: The Edith Cavell Building (ECB) is not on the main University campus but is located near the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. For SatNav purposes use postcode NR4 7UL. On arrival please report to the main reception who will advise on available parking facilities.
The Queen's Building is located on the main University Campus, postcode NR4 7TJ. Please allow plenty of time to find a parking space as the main campus car parks are usually very busy and parking can be limited. The ticket machines in the main car park accept notes and coins. Other car parks accept coins only.
Contact Sally Beet for further information.