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ezine Issue 13 - August 2016

HRB ezine Issue 13 - August 2016

Register now for HRB 30-year anniversary conference

25 August 2016

On 30 November 2016 Irish and international speakers will come together in Dublin Castle, to demonstrate the contribution that health research can make to better health, better patient care and better policy.[more]

Investigator Led Project awards 2017 - launching today

25 August 2016

The Investigator Led Projects (ILP) 2017 scheme replaces the HRB Health Research Awards.[more]

Merging hospitals - evidence underpinning success

25 August 2016

Clear communication and meaningful engagement are key to the success of hospital mergers.[more]

Is blogging or tweeting about research worth it?

25 August 2016

Melissia Terras at the London School of Economics wanted to know what impact blogging and social media could have on the dissemination of her work. Find out what she discovered...[more]

Researcher profile: Kate Frazer - The impact of smoking bans on health

25 August 2016

Health research is full of nuances, and we need strong evidence and communication to influence policy, as Dr Kate Frazer is finding out from her analysis of smoking bans. She talks to Claire O'Connell.[more]

Grant applications - August updates

25 August 2016

Information on applications in progress, new awards coming down the tracks, and currently open calls. [more]

Caring for family with demenita

25 August 2016

Two short videos from the HRB KEDS award scheme provide practical advice and guidance for people caring for loved ones with dementia.[more]

Got a great healthcare innovation?

25 August 2016

Submit an entry for the HRB Healthcare Innovation Award at the Irish Medical and Surgical Trade Association (IMSTA) Med Tech Awards 2016.[more]

Are you a health professional interested in a 3-6 month research opportunity in the US?

25 August 2016

The Fullbright-HRB Health Impact Award is open for applications. Applications are especially encouraged from health professionals, senior health research administrators, health research managers and researchers.[more]

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