It’s almost time for the CHAD bulletin, and in the meantime here are a few CHAD snippets of information to keep you updated.
We can’t keep a lid on it……..All of us in CHAD are so happy to have won the award for ‘high impact research’ at the recent Staffordshire Celebrating Staff Success ceremony. Thank you Staffordshire University for recognising and rewarding the CHAD team who work so hard to achieve their vision of delivering ‘high quality, locally relevant and internationally excellent translation research to reduce health and social inequalities.
We hope you enjoyed our annual report which went live in August and gives more detail about the research we are carrying out. We will continue to update our research information on the website, as things move very quickly here in CHAD. We will also continue to spotlight at least two of our research projects in every bulletin (next edition due at the end of November), and go into more depth about our research projects and partners research in our seminars so do keep an eye on the CHAD calendar and get involved.
If you are not already a friend of CHAD sign up now, and tell your friend and colleagues to do the same. In this way we can alert you to any opportunities to join in with CHAD events.
On the subject of research, we are holding our inaugural health inequalities research symposium on the 9th November at Staffordshire University. This is a great opportunity to hear about some of the exciting research which is happening locally and to join in the conversation about shaping the future of health inequalities research in our region. We hope you can join us.
We are also extremely pleased to welcome Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive of Public Health England, to Staffordshire University who will be giving a guest lecture on the evening of the symposium on ‘health is wealth’. This will be a fascinating talk and there are still places available if you wish to join us.
CHAD is also running FREE Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Events for early career researchers and those interested in developing research in the area of health and social inequalities. Find out more here.
As we enter into our second year of operation, we wish to thank all of CHAD friends and colleagues for their continued support and commitment. We couldn’t do this without you. If you have any comments or questions on CHAD please do not hesitate to contact us