..for Summer 2014 is now complete. The seminars are held fortnightly on Tuesday lunchtimes (12.30-1.30) in the Pemberton Lecture Theatre (please note the exception to this below):
Tues 6th May 2014 – Dan Horsfall, University of York
Bariatric surgery 'tourism': taking charge, losing control
Tues 20th May 2014 – Paul Griffiths and Nick Miller, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Improving healthcare in Sheffield using the Clinical Microsystems approach – with stories from the field
Tues 27th May 2014 – Thomas Wickizer, College for Public Health, Ohio State University
Improvements in outcomes (work disability) associated with system-level quality improvement (title TBC)
Tues 3rd June 2014 – Nadine Foster, Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre, University of Keele
Musculoskeletal conditions in primary care (title TBC)
Tues 17th June 2014 (LT 1 & 2) – Kate Hamblin, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford
Qualitative research on older people's use of telecare: Methodology and findings from AKTIVE project
Tues 1st July 2014 – Hilary Bekker, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences, University of Leeds
Medical decision making (title TBC)
All University staff and students are welcome at the seminars. There is no need to book - just come along. Tea and coffee will be provided, and you're welcome to bring your lunch to all events.
These ScHARR seminars can be added to your google calendar by visiting here and clicking on the + image link that says *Google calendar* (at the bottom right hand corner of the calendar).