Events

Promoting multidisciplinary involvement in Research

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8 June 2012

Time: 1:00pm
Venue: Queen Mary Innovation Centre, Clark-Kennedy Lecture Theatre, Lower Ground Floor, 5 Walden Street, London, E1 2EF

Please note that RSVP is required

Katherine Twining was the first Matron and the founder of Plaistow Maternity Hospital (established in 1889 as St Mary's District Nurses' Home). It was opened by Queen Mary in 1923. The Hospital became part of the National Health Service in 1948. Its services are currently delivered through the maternity provision at Newham General Hospital. The Women’s Health Research Network is in her memory. It aims to facilitate multidisciplinary research in reproductive health and childbirth providing leadership in development and
delivery of women’s health studies.Katherine Twining was the first Matron and the founder of Plaistow Maternity Hospital (established in 1889 as St Mary's District Nurses' Home). It was opened by Queen Mary in 1923. The Hospital became part of the National Health Service in 1948. Its services are currently delivered through the maternity provision at Newham General Hospital. The Women’s Health Research Network is in her memory. It aims to facilitate multidisciplinary research in reproductive health and childbirth providing leadership in development and delivery of women’s health studies.

Lunch and Registration 1-2pm
The Old Library, Garrod Building, Turner Street, Whitechapel, London, E1 2AD

Meeting 2-5pm
Clark-Kennedy Lecture Theatre, Queen Mary, University of London, Innovation Centre, 5 Walden Street, London, E1 2EF

Queen Mary Innovation Centre, 2-5pm


2pm Welcome
Christine McCourt, Professor of Maternal and Child Health, City University London
2halid Khan, Professor of Women's Health and Clinical Epidemiology, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
2.25pm Why perform a systematic review?
Dr Catherine Meads, Senior Lecturer in Health Technology Assessment, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
2.35pm Overview of current network portfolio
(PREP, EMPIRE, MEDAL, SALVO) Dr Shakila Thangaratinam, Senior Lecturer in Maternal Medicine/Consultant in Obstetrics and Maternal Medicine, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
2.45pm Q&A research panel
3pm The ACF experience
Dr Elaine Leung, Academic Clinical Fellow, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry

3.10pm Working on a clinical trial
Dr Anushka Tirlapur, Clinical Research Fellow, MEDAL Project, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
3.20pm The role of a research nurse
Teresita Beeston, MEDAL Project Research Nurse, Barts and The London NHS Trust
3.30 - 4.00pm Coffee Break
Lower Ground Foyer Area, Innovation Centre
4pm How to organise an OOPR
Dr Fiona Fong, Research Fellow, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
4.10pm Research in the Netherlands
Ms Joepe Kaandorp and Mr Gert-Jan van Baaren, PhD students, Academic Medical Center, Netherlands
4.20pm Setting up a surgical
research network Mr James Haddow, Chairman, London Surgical Research Group
4.45pm Closing note
Christine McCourt, Professor of Maternal and Child Health, City University London
Early Evening Reception 5-7pm
The Old Library, Garrod Building, Turner Street, Whitechapel, London, E1 2AD

WORKSHOPS


UCLP Women's Health Programme
9 - 10.30am
Judith Stephenson, Margaret Pyke Professor of Sexual & Reproductive Health UCL, Director of Women's Health Programme, UCL Partners, UCL Institute
for Women's Health For further information, please contact Emily Goodyear, e.goodyear@ucl.ac.uk


Midwifery Research meeting
11am -12.30pm
Christine McCourt, Professor of Maternal and Child Health, City University London. For further information, please contact Stephen Hitchcox, S.M.Hitchcox@city.ac.uk

Written RSVP required: Please note that written RSVP will be required for each part of the event (UCLP Women's Health Programme, Midwifery Research meeting, Katherine Twining Annual Meeting and Early Evening Reception), as there is a limited capacity for each event. This will need to be sent via email to Tracy Holtham at t.d.holtham@qmul.ac.uk. If you have any queries, please email or call Tracy Holtham on 020 7882 2525.

Parking: Please note there is no College car park on this campus: only on-street parking is available. There is construction work taking place at the Royal London Hospital and some access routes at the Whitechapel campus are temporarily closed. Details are shown on the map here, including bicycle parking