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Post Docs and ECRs: How can your research influence policy?
Post Docs and Early Career Researchers: How can your research influence policy?
Date: Monday 13 January 12pm- 2pm
Location: School of Clinical Medicine, Lecture Theatre 2
This lunchtime event is aimed at Post-Docs and Early Career Researchers and is designed to help you think about how your research can influence policy. A free buffet lunch will be available from 12 pm, followed by talks from Dr Helen Watts (Public Health@Cambridge), Professor Jonathan Mant (Head of the Primary Care Unit, UoC), Dr Clare Oliver-Williams (Department of Public Health and Primary Care), Dr Sarah Gentry (University of East Anglia) and Caitlin Grant (Cambridge Institute of Public Health). Please register for the event by following this link
The Public Health@Cambridge Network with the Cambridge Cardiovascular Strategic Research Initiative are hosting this joint event.
School of Clinical Medicine, Lecture Theatre 2
Monday 13th January 12:00-1400
We will have a free buffet lunch available from 12 pm followed by:
12:30-12:35 Welcome and Introductions
Dr Helen Watts (Public Health @ Cambridge Network Coordinator)
12:35-13:05 The importance of policy engagement
Professor Jonathan Mant (Head of the Primary Care Unit, University of Cambridge)
13:05-13:35 A case study in successful policy engagement
Dr Clare Oliver-Williams (Research Associate, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge)
13:35-13:55 Top tips for engaging in policy
Dr Sarah Gentry (Academic Clinical Fellow in Public Health, University of East Anglia)
13:55-14:00 Supporting you to engage in policy
Caitlin Grant (Public Health Policy Coordinator, Cambridge Institute of Public Health and Public Health England)
Posted on 29/11/2019
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