Institute for Health Research, Research Cafe Tickets, Wed 22 May 2019 at 12:30 | Eventbrite
LJMU’s Research Cafés are designed to bring researchers from across the University together to discuss and share their expertise.
LJMU’s Research Cafés are informal gatherings where established academics, PhD students and early career researchers can share their research and practice from across different faculties. Organised by LJMU Library Research Support team, these free lunchtime events will feature 15 minute talks from up to three different LJMU researchers – spanning a range of disciplines and research activities. There will also be time for questions and further debate.
This special research cafe will feature speakers from the Institute for Health Research.
The speakers are:
Dr. Caroline Brett (NSP) : How do our personal characteristics influence our subjective wellbeing? Findings
from older and younger adults
Beccy Harrison (PHI): Asset-based community development: what is it and who does it work for – A qualitative study with community practitioners
Sophie Holder (RISES): Age, sex and vascular function: what’s normal?
Who should attend? All staff, students and members of LJMU alumni as well as interested members of the public are welcome to attend these events. Join us for fascinating talks and a free lunch! To book visit our Eventbrite page