Facilitating meaningful dialogue around diverse kinds of knowledge

hcr-wales_logoIn a joint event with Health and Care Research Wales, RURU will explore the ways that meaningful dialogue can be facilitated. The day will focus on supporting dialogue around various types of knowledge that might inform frontline services in health care, social care, education and associated services and partners. The intention is that outputs should include an academic journal article.

ruru-logo-smThis event will take place on Monday 21 March, 2016 in the School of Management at the University of St Andrews

Further details are available here

PhD Studentships: exploring research-informed service change in the Scottish NHS

Funded PhD opportunities are available, hosted jointly by The Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre (SISCC), the Research Unit for Research Utilisation (RURU), and The Social Dimensions of Health Institute (SDHI) at the Universities of Dundee & St Andrews. These studentships (fees plus stipend at Research Council rates) are to explore aspects of research-informed change in the Scottish NHS. More details can be found here or through links at www.siscc.dundee.ac.uk and www.ruru.ac.uk.

PhD Studentships: exploring research-informed service change in the Scottish NHS

Funded PhD opportunities are available, hosted jointly by The Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre (SISCC), the Research Unit for Research Utilisation (RURU), and The Social Dimensions of Health Institute (SDHI) at the Universities of Dundee & St Andrews. These studentships (fees plus stipend at Research Council rates) are to explore aspects of research-informed change in the Scottish NHS. More details can be found here or through links at www.siscc.dundee.ac.uk, and www.ruru.ac.uk

Forthcoming Seminar – Mining the management literature to improve healthcare

SDHI (in partnership with the School of Management, University of St Andrews) are delighted to announce the following seminar ‘Mining the management literature to improve healthcare’ which will be led by Karen Harlos, Associate Professor, Department of Business and Administration, University of Winnipeg.  This FREE seminar will be held in The Boardroom, Gateway Building, University of St Andrews at 3.00pm on Tuesday 8th October.

For further information please see seminar flyer – Karen Harlos Seminar 8 October 2013 – St Andrews