How can psychology make healthcare safer?: A half-day interdisciplinary seminar for early career researchers
Advance booking essential
Healthcare has considerable benefits but many patients can also experience avoidable harms as a result of failings in the system itself. We know that healthcare is falling below standards from over a decade of research on medical error and harm, a series of high-profile cases of failure, such as Mid-Staffordshire, and important governmental inquiries like the Berwick Report and the Francis Inquiry. Psychologists have so far played a relatively small role in improving healthcare, but the potential role of psychology is considerable.
We invite early career researchers to join us for a half-day seminar that will address the following questions:
* How can we use psychological knowledge and methods to improve healthcare?
* What are the opportunities and challenges for early career researchers wanting to work in this field?
There will be a strong focus on networking and the event will include a discussion panel where you ask your questions about career progression, challenges working as a research psychologist in medical settings, and much more.
Registration from 11:00 | 11:30 Event start | 3:30 End of last talk & refreshments
This event is free of charge but spaces are limited and advance booking is essential. Please email the organiser to register for your place.
12 January 2017, 11:00 (Thursday, 0th week, Hilary 2017)
Tinbergen Building, South Parks Road OX1 3PS
Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, 9 South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3UD
Prof Charles Vincent (University of Oxford),
Prof Rebecca Lawton (University of Leeds),
Dr Lucie Byrne-Davis (University of Manchester),
Dr Joanne Hart (University of Manchester),
Dr Lauren Morgan (Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, University of Oxford)
Department of Experimental Psychology
Eleanor Chatburn (Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford)
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Free to attend
Early career researchers are welcome, but please contact the organiser to reserve a place in advance as space is limited.