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2016 Programme

The 2016 Programme and Presentations

The 2016 Annual NHS R&D Forum was attended by over 500 people from across the UK. The event was held on the 23rd and 24th May at the Holiday Inn Stratford-upon-Avon. Below is the 2016 Programme. Please click on the presentation link to see the slides from each session.

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Monday 23rd May 2016

Presentation Opening Address and Forum Update
Christine McGrath, Director of R&D University Hospitals Southampton Foundation Trust, and Member of R&D Forum Executive Group
Presentation Plenary Session: The Future of Healthcare
Professor Sir Muir Gray, Chief Knowledge Officer NHS
Presentation Plenary Session: Multi-stakeholder health research systems: what do we know about working in partnership?
Professor Trish Greenhalgh, Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences and Fellow of Green Templeton College at the University of Oxford
Research Fayre: (Click here for more details)
Presentation Plenary Session: ‘To take part in research, or not to take part in research: that is the question’. Overcoming barriers to research for patients and the public.
Simon Denegri, NIHR National Director for Patients and Public in Research and Chair INVOLVE
Presentation Plenary SessionEveryone Included…..making changes to research access – it’s what our patients want!
Hannah Antoniades, Associate Director of Research & Development, Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust

Tuesday 24th May 2016

Day 2 Welcome: HRA Update
Dr Janet Wisely, Chief Executive of the Health Research Authority
 TBA Plenary SessionInnovation as the lifeblood of healthcare
Dr Patrick Vallance, President Pharmaceuticals R&D, GSK
Presentation Plenary Session: New ways to engage with research
Andre Tomlin, The Mental Elf
Research Fayre: (Click here for more details)
Parallel Sessions & Discussion Forum  (Click here for more details)
Parallel Sessions & Discussion Forum (Click here for more details)
Plenary Session: Joined up R&D – how to make research count
Peter Brindle, R&D Programme director of the Avon Primary Care Research Collaborative