Celebrating the end of the five year IQuESTS Project
To celebrate the end of CLAHRC (Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care) South Yorkshire's five year applied research collaboration - Improving the Quality and Effectiveness of Services, Therapies and Self-Management for Longer-Term Depression (IQuESTS), a one day conference is being held this November on the theme of co-production.
The conference will be held in Sheffield, on Tuesday 12th November 2013, at The Edge Conference Centre, University of Sheffield, from 9.30am to 4.00pm. The aim is to to share learning on the benefits and challenges of co-production in applied mental health research, using the resources developed in South Yorkshire and other mental health related CLAHRCs to date.
The day will feature key note speakers, including ScHARR Professor of Applied Psychological Therapies Glenys Parry, as well as talks, workshops and a poster session.
The audience and participants will include: current national and local CLAHRC partner organisations and representatives; IQuESTS local and national stakeholders; service users and carers and others involved with PPI; prospective CLAHRC2 partners and collaborators; Local Authorities and relevant Clinical Commissioning Groups, Health & Well-Being Boards. Limited funding will be available for service user/ carer travel expenses.
Click here to see a video from the IQuESTS project, titled "Living Well With Longer-Term Depression"
For more details about IQuESTS please click here.
Click here to download the event flyer.
Click here to download the booking form.