Gloucestershire Festival of Health and Social Care Research
By Sarah Wood
Research4Gloucestershire is hosting the first Gloucestershire Festival of Health and Social Care Research this month.
Research4Gloucestershire (R4G) brings together partners in health and social care and the University of Gloucestershire around the common aim of developing and supporting research for the benefit of patients, carers and staff.
The month-long event will see a range of digital and in person research workshops, seminars, and panel discussions, focusing on the themes of digital transformation, research for public and patient benefit and mental health. Linking all these areas together will be a cross-cutting theme of workforce and workforce related research.
R4G will be showcasing some of the research work already happening in the county, announcing exciting developments at the University of Gloucestershire and hearing from colleagues across the health and social care system about their commitment to research and its central importance to good quality patient care.
It is also an opportunity for participants to share their thoughts on how to develop research in their area of interest.
A spokesperson for R4G said: "We know that research-active health systems deliver better outcomes for all patients. It is our responsibility and commitment to the patients and public we serve in Gloucestershire to create a vibrant, flourishing research community to promote knowledge exchange and increase our impact nationally and internationally."
The agenda for the festival and the links to register are here. The events are free of charge, but spaces are limited so register early to avoid disappointment.
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