RESEARCH DESIGN SERVICE (RDS) LONDON: DROP-IN SESSION AND INTRODUCTORY TALK AT UEL ON 21ST JANUARY 2019 – 10:30 – 12:30 (WATER LANE)

Date: 21st January 2019

Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm

Location: RB.G.13, UEL Water Lane Stratford Campus 

RDS Background

RDS London provides free support to health and social care researchers who are developing funding applications. Funded by the National Institute for Health Research, we are separated into four regions across London; led by King’s College London in partnership with Imperial College London, Queen Mary University of London and University College London.

We have a team of experts at each of these universities that can provide advice and practical support at all stages of an application—from initial idea through to final draft application. Our team can provide advice on statistics, qualitative research, health economics, health psychology and patient and public involvement. We also provide support for other UK peer reviewed funding bodies like MRC, Wellcome Trust and medical charities, not just the NIHR.

We hold a variety of events throughout the year, including drop-in sessions. These sessions are an opportunity for researchers to get advice on their research idea or funding application. To find out more, or to request support from an adviser visit our website: www.rds-london.nihr.ac.uk.

Other information:

UEL will be holding a two hour RDS drop in session at our Stratford Campus on the 21st of January. All researchers interested in developing a funding bid around health and social care can use this opportunity to gain some expert support. Bookings are open to everyone so if even if you have a slight interest please sign up through the following Eventbrite link:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/research-design-service-rds-uel-drop-in-session-tickets-53724312866

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