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Friday 1 July 2016

City University London, Northampton Suite, Northampton Square, EC1V 0HB

The second RCSLT Research Champion Workshop was packed full of opportunities to share projects and evidence-based practice initiatives and develop new contacts.

We were delighted that Professor Vicky Joffe, RCSLT Trustee for Research and Development, hosted and co-chaired the event along with Dr Emma Pagnamenta, RCSLT Research Manager. We also welcomed Dr Hazel Roddam, Reader in Allied Health Practice at the University of Central Lancashire, who jointly facilitated a workshop on mentorship and developing the role of a research champion.

Following feedback from last year, the day included a session on qualitative research and what it has to offer SLTs. Attendees had an opportunity to learn more about the Council for Allied Health Professions Research from its director, Professor Ann Moore CBE. Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, Dr Steven Bloch, also attended to run a writing for publication surgery over the lunch break.

Aims and objectives

This event gave RCSLT Research Champions the opportunity to:

  • Develop the role of a RCSLT Research Champion at a local and national level
  • Share good practice initiatives to support evidence-based practice and practice-based research
  • Develop contacts within the network to support research and development work
  • Develop knowledge in qualitative research methods
  • Gain advice on writing for publication
  • Gain knowledge in the strategic and operational research and development work of the RCSLT and the Council for AHP Research

    Event recording

  • RCSLT Research Champion workshop: Part 1
  • RCSLT Research Champion workshop: Part 2

    The best way to view the workshop recordings is by using a Chrome browser

Presentations

Posters

Audit:

Evidence-Based Practice:

Research projects:

We welcome new research champions, contact Lauren Longhurst to find out more.