Session 6 - Enhancing student wellbeing by working together across communities
At the Wales School for Social Prescribing Research we host three social prescribing evaluation forums per year. This event is the sixth in the series (Year 2, Session 3) and the theme for the session is ENHANCING STUDENT WELL-BEING BY WORKING TOGETHER ACROSS COMMUNITIES. The aim of the forums is to provide a place for discussion and resources to support social prescribers and community groups in conducting evaluation and monitoring.
We are inviting members of the Wales Social Prescribing Research Network and the three Welsh Communities of Practice to participate, initially spaces will be limited to 25 people per session and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. We would suggest that 1-2 people per organisation sign up to each session. There will be a waiting list in the event that the forum is oversubscribed.
We will host these forums on Microsoft Teams and joining instructions will be sent to attendees prior to each event.
Dates for the 2022/2023 forum (Year 3) programme are to be confirmed but will be in the months of:
- JULY 2022
- NOVEMBER 2022
- MARCH 2023
To book a space at the session being held on 2 March 2022 please visit here.
In addition to the session above we will also be holding two pre-bookable clinic sessions to provide support on specific evaluations. These can be taken up by an individual or by members from a service/organisation as a group.
11:45-12:15 Pre-booked clinic session to provide 1-1 support on specific evaluations.
12:30-1:00 Pre-booked clinic session to provide 1-1 support on specific evaluations.
27 September 2022, 09:30 - 12:20
At this event, the Wales COVID-19 Evidence Centre team will the share findings of their evidence reviews on the effect of the pandemic on women and girls, LGBTQ+ communities, disabled people, prisoners, and the homeless population. The team will also present on research evidence around racism in the NHS.
The event will also feature discussions into future evidence review topics under-served communities in Wales have identified as important to them.
National Social Care Conference 2022
Date: 28 SeptemberTime: 09:00 - 17:00Location: Principality Stadium, CardiffThe National Social Care Conference will be attended by a wide delegation from across the care sector including people who work in social services, social care, early years and childcare in Wales, from frontline practitioners to senior decision makers, as well as social work and social care students.
All-Wales Allied Health Professional and Nurse Cancer Research Network Conference
Date: 29 Septemberthis conference. Whether you are well versed in research or totally new to it, the team invites you to join this event and network to hear about best practice and meet like-minded professionals.
Date: 13 October 2022Time: 09:00 - 17:00 Location: Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Registration ifor the Health and Care Research Wales conference on 13 October at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff is open now!
The theme of this year's event is Where would we be without research?
We will be showcasing ground-breaking health and social care research as well as covering important topics such as changing policy and practice, public involvement, and building research capacity.
You have until 17:00 on 29 September to register.
Follow #ResearchWales22 on Twitter for all the latest information.
PRIME Annual Meeting 2022
Tuesday 18th October
Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea University (in person event)
We are delighted to invite you to attend this year's PRIME Centre Wales annual meeting which will be held Tuesday, 16th October. An all-day in person event which will take place at Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea University, SA2 8PZ.
Registration is now open.
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Nurse Clinics 2022
Thursday 17 November 2022: VIRTUAL, Online
The 14th Annual Nurse Clinics Conference, chaired by Dr Richard Hatchett will provide specialist nurses with a valuable opportunity to hear national updates and best practice for working at advanced practice, and setting up and running nurse led clinics and services in primary, secondary and community care across a number of specialties. With sessions designed for those who are looking to improve the effectiveness or expand existing nurse led clinics and services, or for beginners looking to set up their first clinic this event is essential for all nurses offering nurse led clinics and services.
For further information and to book your place visit Healthcare Conferences UK Nurse Clinics.
(use the code hcuk20fons for a 20% discount).
Date: 24 NovemberPublic Engagement & Involvement Forum. More details coming soon.Time: 10:00 - 12:00 Location: online Save the date for the next