The Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) Yorkshire and Humber has announced a series of Lunch and Learn events starting this November. The online events will feature expert speakers sharing the latest research, impact, insights and advancements in their fields.
Kicking off the series on November 8th, Professor Anne-Maree Keenan, Associate Dean at the NIHR Academy, will present on new funding opportunities for health and care professionals from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). Additional topics throughout the series include implementing for impact, equalities impact assessments, and theories of change.
The hour-long webinars will take place over Zoom during lunch hours, allowing people to conveniently join. They will also be recorded and added to the ARC Yorkshire and Humber website and You Tube Channel as a training resource and for those that cannot join at the time.
"We are pleased to offer this new way for ARC Yorkshire and Humber members to engage with each other, share impact and stay up-to-date on important research topics," said Sally Bridges, Programme Manager at ARC Yorkshire and Humber. "The Lunch and Learn format makes it easy to participate even during busy workdays."
The schedule currently runs through January 2024 with more speakers to be added. Anyone interested in attending can email YHARC@bthft.nhs.uk to register.