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EVENT
21st Apr 2015

Joint UK Perioperative Care Research Forum and ARS Meeting

Event Title: Joint UK Perioperative Care Research Forum and Anaesthetic Research Society Meeting
Dates: Tues 21st and Weds 22nd April 2015
Location: The Royal College of Anaesthetists
Fee: Rates listed here (discount available for RCoA registered trainees, undergraduates, full time PhD students and Clinical Fellows)
CPD Credits Approved: 10
Event Code: B63
Event organiser(s): Prof M Grocott and Prof P Hopkins
Programme:  21and220415 Joint HSRC and ARS Meeting Programme v13..pdf (569 KB)

To book, please click here

Please note:

  • During the booking process, you can select to attend one or both days of the meeting
  • Medical undergraduates/Full-time PhD students will need to call the Events team on 020 7092 1670 to book on to this event at the reduced rate

Sessions may include:

  • Updates on upcoming research opportunities
  • Patient and public involvement in research
  • NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Co-ordinating Centre (NETSCC) session


Day 1 - 21st April

The ARS invites delegates to submit abstracts for the event. If you are interested in doing so, please visit the ARS website. The deadline for abstract submission is 9th March 2015.


Day 2 - 22nd April

NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Co-ordinating Centre (NETSCC) Workshop
This interactive workshop will be facilitated by staff from NETSCC. It will give delegates a unique insight into developing research questions which are suitable for funding by the NIHR Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Programme. During the workshop, delegates will be invited to share and discuss their ideas for HTA research around perioperative care. Research questions identified during the workshop will be referred to the Programme and, if prioritised, will be advertised in an open call for applications.

Delegates are asked to give some thought to areas of their clinical practice where further evidence of clinical and cost effectiveness is required. Suggestions for research should fall within the HTA remit. This covers "research about the effectiveness, costs and broader impact of healthcare treatments and tests for those who plan, provide or receive care in the NHS". See http://www.nets.nihr.ac.uk/programmes/hta/remit for more information. PICO is a widely used format for defining research questions. The PICO pro-forma below may be helpful when thinking about your ideas.

 PICO proforma  (39 KB)


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