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The NIHR Academy: New Opportunities for all Health and Research Professions

Sep
07

South Cloisters 3.06 with videoconferencing to John Bull Building MR8 and The Knowledge Spa F083
7th September 2018
14:00 - 15:00
Category: Seminar

The NIHR Academy: New Opportunities for all Health and Research Professions

Professor Dave Jones, NIHR Dean for Faculty Trainees

A University of Exeter Medical School Institute of Health Research Seminar

Date: Friday 7th September 2018, 14:00 - 15:00

Location: South Cloisters 3.06, St Luke’s Campus, University of Exeter with videolinks to F083, European Centre for Environment & Human Health, The Knowledge Spa, Truro and Meeting Room 8, John Bull Building, Plymouth Science Park

Professor Dave Jones is the Dean for NIHR Trainees and a working clinical academic in the area of liver disease. He has a long track record in the area of academic training and led the recent review of NIHR Training which resulted in the development of the NIHR Academy which will launch in October 2018. He has a strong commitment to multi-professional opportunity creation and is the pioneer of the novel NIHR Academy Incubator model. He was awarded the OBE in 2018 for services to academic training.

PLEASE NOTE: lecture capture will be in operation during this seminar, and the recording will be released on the University of Exeter intranet.

Parking at St Lukes is extremely limited and restricted to University of Exeter permit holders. Parking attendants patrol regularly. Where possible, please consider alternative options when planning your visit.  There is no visitor parking available at the Knowledge Spa or the John Bull Building.

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