SPHeRE Events

2018 Seminar Series: Prof Linda Collins

Date: 19 April 2018 Introduction to the multiphase optimization strategy (MOST) for building more effective, efficient, economical, and scalable interventions Presenter:  Prof. Linda M. Collins, The Pennsylvania State University, United States; Fulbright Specialist at the Health Behaviour Change Research Group, National University of Ireland, Galway Attendance is free, but Registration […]

2018 Spring Seminar: Prof Paul Cairney ‘The Politics of Evidence Based Policy-Making’

Date: 26 February, 2018 Professor Paul Cairney, Professor of Politics and Public Policy, University of Stirling, Scotland, will present the 2018 SPHeRE Spring Seminar, entitled ‘The Politics of Evidence-Based Policy-Making’. Attendance is free, but Registration is required as we expect a full house. Please go to https://form.jotform.com/80222253477958 to register. Location: Albert […]

SPHeRE Network 4th Annual Conference, 2018

Venue: RCSI College Hall , 123 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 Date: 11th January 2018 CONFERENCE PROGRAMME NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD SPHeRE 10 CONFERENCE OVERVIEW This SPHeRE Network 4th annual conference, taking place on the 10th anniversary of the SPHeRE & HRB Scholars’ Programmes, creates a space for […]

SPHeRE Network Autumn Seminar 2017

Forging a Career in Population Health and Health Services Research Delivered by Prof Charles Normand, TCD 29th September 2017

SPHeRE Network Autumn Seminar 2016

From the Art to the Science of Implementation: Perspectives from the King’s College London Centre for Implementation Science Delivered by Prof Nick Sevdalis, King’s College London 28th October 2016

SPHeRE Network Summer Seminar 2016

The Use of Randomised Controlled Trials for Complex Interventions Delivered by Prof Ken Ward, University of Memphis 18th May 2016

SPHeRE Network Autumn Seminar 2015

Participation in Health Research – Who, Why, How? Delivered by Dr Ruth McMenanmin, University of Limerick 2nd October 2015

SPHeRE Network Spring Seminar 2015

To do the Service no Harm: The Dangers of Quality Assessment delivered by Prof Nick Black, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine 10th March 2015