Congratulations to Dr Debbie Baldie and Gavin Wylie in SDHI who have been nominated for the NMAHP Clinical Academic Research Awards 2015. These awards are open to all Scottish based Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals and will recognise excellence and be given for the following categories:
Innovation – of ideas, services or research methods
Impact or Potential for Impact – research that has had or has the potential to have significant impact on services and outcomes
– research that has added important knowledge to inform the training of NMAHPs at undergraduate, postgraduate or CPD level
Personal Achievement/Development – early career researcher: individuals showing promise as potential high quality researchers
– research leadership: examples of exemplary leadership either within an NHS or HEI context
Nominees will attend a national event in the Autumn in Edinburgh – where the winners will be announced.
Dr Katie Siek, Associate Professor for Informatics at Indiana University in Bloomington presented a very inspiring seminar today that was co-hosted between Duncan and Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD) and SDHI and chaired by Dr Wendy Moncur. If you missed the opportunity to attend the seminar or wish to listen again we are pleased to provide you with an audiopodcast of the event.
An interdisciplinary Symposium and Workshop on the ‘Social Dimensions of Addiction’ will be held on Friday 9th October from 9.00am to 1.00pm in room 1G05, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee. This will follow the International Society of Addiction Medicine (ISAM) Congress (http://isamdundee2015.com) which takes place from the 5th to the 8th of October in Dundee.
We plan to bring together academics, practitioners and service user organisations to explore topics such as housing, homelessness and addiction; disability, societal participation and addiction; ageing, loneliness and alcohol use; social and health-related inequalities in association with addiction.
Please see our flyer for preliminary details. If you are interested in presenting and/or attending our symposium and workshop, please contact us at email@example.com
Katie Siek from Indiana University Bloomington will show how applying theories from psychology, design and business to application design gradually improved acceptance and appropriation in underserved communities. This FREE seminar will take place on Wednesday 26th August at 3pm in 1G06, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee ALL WELCOME
Please see the seminar flyer for further information. To register your attendance please email Rosanne r.c.bell @dundee.ac.uk
Participate in this exchange which demonstrates positive partnerships between Arts, Health and Mainstream Cultural Organisations. This event should be of interest to Arts and Health Professionals, Researchers, Artists, Educators, Statutory and Voluntary organisation.
If you would like to attend, please confirm your attendance by email to either :
kneill@ nhs.net or ckelly3@ nhs.net