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24 June 2024 to 26 June 2024

A summer school in stunning surroundings including the historical Bangor University Main Arts building, the beaches of Anglesey, and the mountains of Eryri, often referred to as the most beautiful national park in Europe.

PLEASE NOTE Registration includes a summer school dinner with delegates and faculty in the elegant Teras Lounge

Accommodation, if needed, can be booked at:
• The Management Centre 4* accommodation in a heritage building which offers views of the Menai Straits and Anglesey
• Halls of Residence single ensuite accommodation, room only


Detailed Description

What to expect:

Workshops including health economics, working with non-academic partners, using the health inequalities assessment tool (HIAT), publishing, public and patient involvement, arts-based approaches and impact.

An opportunity to present your research

Special Guest speaker

Career Development session

Summer School dinner in the elegant Teras Lounge

CPD Hours

Certificate of attendance

Special guest plenary: 'Fugitive coproduction community and healthcare in Shetland', Prof Ellen Stewart, Glasgow University

Ellen is Prefessor of Public Policy & Health at the University of Glasgow having previously been co-Director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Strathclyde and Chancellor's Fellow in the Centre for Biomedicine, Self & Society at the University of Edinburgh, she currently leads research looking at the contenporary charitable fund raising in the UK NHS and in 2023 published How Britain Loves the NHS: Practices of Care and Contestation (Policy Press)

For more information contact Dr Lorelei Jones, Senior Lecturer, [email protected]