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Doing Health Research in Scotland: Collaboration, Innovation and Community Participation


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IReSH Spring Meeting
Doing sexual health research in Scotland: Collaboration, innovation and community participation

Date: 10 April 2019
Time: 10.30am–4pm
Venue: Quaker Meeting House, Edinburgh
Cost: Free (registration required)

Keynote speaker: Dr Peter Keogh, Lead for the Reproduction, Sexualities and Sexual Health Research Group, Open University

Who should attend?

We welcome all researchers (including postgraduate students), and health and community practitioners engaging in sexual health and blood borne virus (SHBBV) research and service provision across Scotland.

Call for submissions

We would like to invite submissions for brief (10 minutes max) presentations focussing on current research and innovation in sexual health. We welcome completed, ongoing and early stage research projects, alongside discussions of current service innovations, evaluations and future planning. We would like to encourage suggestions (e.g., for discussion topics, panels, etc.) and hope to include a broad range of topics, papers, presentations and presenters.

Send a short abstract (100–150 words) to info@iresh.org.uk by 8th March 2019. All abstracts will be reviewed by the IReSH coordinators and presenters will be notified by 22nd March 2019.

The event is free, but registration is required for catering purposes. Please let us know via email if you have particular dietary requirements.

Register here.

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