We are excited to announce a series of free webinars to replace this year's face-to-face National Research Collaborative conference. Entitled 'Collaboration in a Health Crisis', we hope there's something for everyone in these 5 exciting webinars: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/national-research-collaborative-meeting-2020-31292828107 Details are below:
Granule: Tips and Tricks for Recruit to Randomised Trials
Recruiting the trials is challenging. Come to this innovative webinar and learn more about strategies for conveying equipoise, explaining randomisation and engaging with patient preference. 19th November 2020 6.30-8pm bit.ly/3jglA0R (1.5 CPD points)
How to Design Efficient RCTs: Real World Experience of Real-World Trials
Learn from international faculty about how to make trials more efficient, including pragmatic trials, integrated oral consent and trial statistics. 1st December 2020 6.30-8pm bit.ly/3ia7EEe (1.5 CPD points)
Tomorrow's Leaders: Equipping the Next Generation of NIHR Trial Leaders
Hosted by the NIHR, this exciting two-part workshop is aimed at surgical trainees and early years consultants with an oncology interest. Find out more about sessions such as New Trainee Initiatives, accessing CRN support and NCRI breakout sessions.
4th and 12th December 2020 9am-12.15pm bit.ly/tomorrows-leaders-2020
Ask the Editors: Maximise Your Chance of Publishing and Academic Success
Register to hear from editors of the BJS and The Lancet about the tips and tricks for publishing successfully. 23rd November 2020 7-8pm (1 CPD point) https://bit.ly/2TavKod
Research Red Tape: What Can We Learn From Undertaking Research in a Pandemic?
COVID-19 has challenged and changed healthcare and research. Register for this webinar to hear first-hand experience from CIs of the RECOVERY trial and COVID Surgery studies – will the research landscape change forever? 10th December 2020 6.30-7.30pm(1.5 CPD points) https://bit.ly/34e2Gm9
We hope to see as many of you as possible at these events! Please follow updates @NRCM2020 and https://2020.NationalResearch.co.uk
the NRCM 2020 team