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Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing

Forthcoming Events and Latest Lecture Videos

The Second Annual Early Stage Researcher Conference - 12 June 2017

12th June 2017, 09:00 to 17:00, Durham University, Lower Mountjoy, Durham

The Second Annual Early Stage Researcher Conference

Hosted by The Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing

Are you an Early Stage Researcher?

(ESRs include but are not limited to: postgraduate researchers, postgraduate taught students, research assistants, research technicians, postdocs, health care practitioners).

Does your research align with one of our Special Interest Groups?

The aim of this conference is to give all ESRs whose research interests align with one of our SIGs an opportunity to present a poster, give a 10-minute talk, chair a session or network with other ESRs who share our passion for researching health and wellbeing.

Participation/Registration

Interested in participating or attending? If you would like to submit an Oral abstract or Poster abstract please submit your abstract in a Word document (250-500 words max). Abstracts must be submitted to Jennifer Cook by 19th May 2017 in order to be presented in an Abstract Booklet.

If you intend on presenting a poster the maximum poster size required is A0 Portrait.

We would also like ESRs to volunteer to Chair a session, if you wish to do this, please select this option on the registration form.

Registration is essential whether you are presenting or attending for the day. Please register here. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

A programme of the day will be uploaded soon for timings!

Best wishes

Stephen Dunne, Kristina Brown and Alex Hodge

ESR Committee members

Contact jennifer.cook2@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.

Download this event in iCalendar format


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