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2017 NHS Research Scotland Annual Conference

NHS Research Scotland Annual Conference 2017 - Realistic Medicine: The Value and Impact of Research and Innovation
When Nov 01, 2017
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Perth Concert Hall
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Research, development and innovation are core activities for our health and social care services in Scotland and now in its sixth year, the NHS Research Scotland conference brings together delegates across NHS, academia, industry and third sector to showcase activity across Scotland, support shared learning and capitalise on our strong ethos of collaboration.

The conference is open to anyone involved in planning, managing and delivering clinical research in Scotland, particularly clinical researchers, funders of clinical research, clinical research support staff and NHS research and development staff.

With the theme of 'Realistic Medicine: The Value and Impact of Research and Innovation' we are delighted to welcome a range of expert speakers to the conference including:

  • Ricky Verrall, Head of Chief Scientist Office, Scottish Government
  • Dr Catherine Calderwood, Chief Medical Officer, Scottish Government
  • Professor Robert Steele, Head of Cancer Research Division & Professor of Surgery,University of Dundee
  • Professor Peter Connelly, Clinical Research Champion, NRS Dementia and Neuroprogressive Network
  • And many more expert clinicians, research fellows and representatives from NHS, industry, patients, charity groups and regulators

It will be a full programme demonstrating the strength of our research offering in Scotland and provide maximum opportunity for learning, discussion and networking through a range of plenary, parallel and discussion sessions coupled with poster and exhibitor showcases.

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