SPHeRE Network 3rd Annual Conference

Venue: RCSI College Hall , 123 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Date: 12th January 2017

This SPHeRE Network annual conference creates a space for dialogue between all interested stakeholders in the field of Population and Health Services Research throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland and showcases existing studies which will be of interest to Irish policymakers and practitioners.The theme of the 3rd SPHeRE Network Annual Conference is “Supporting solutions: Connecting Research, Policy and Practice”. Considering this, the specific role of population health research and health services research in supporting solution for policy and practice will be discussed.

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Full Timetable 2017

This conference will be of interest to anyone involved in Population and Health Services Research, Policy or Practice in Ireland and Northern Ireland including healthcare professionals, health and social care managers, patient and citizen groups, universities and research institutes, government and voluntary sector agencies.

Registration for the 2017 SPHeRE Conference, Supporting Solutions: Connection research, policy and practice, is now open! The conference will be held on January 12th, 2017 in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. The 2017 SPHeRE Conference will, as always, offer a wide-ranging programme to support and facilitate the exchange of ideas between Population Health and Health Services Research (PHHSR) stakeholders on the Island of Ireland.

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Become a SPHeRE Conference Sponsor Partner and connect with Ireland’s PHHSR community during this unique networking forum. There are several exciting ways for your organisation to have a visible presence at the conference and reach out to a range of professionals at the forefront to improving health services research and provision in Ireland. Find out how:
For information on exhibition opportunities please contact Dr. Martin Davoren , Assistant Director for Networks and Knowledge Translation.