The new and exciting Research Bites programme is open to the School of Nursing & Midwifery.
Research Bites are short, monthly sessions where staff, students and honorary research fellows at the School of Nursing & Midwifery can hear about some of the different research projects that the School is involved in.
Researchers will present a short, snappy presentation that gives the highlights and key messages from current research. Presentations will typically last 10 to 15 minutes followed by discussion.
Who can attend Research Bites?
Research Bites are run by staff and students in the School of Nursing, but are open to staff and students at the University of Sheffield.
Why should I attend Research Bites?
Staff and students from the School of Nursing and Midwifery are leading and conducting a wide range of interesting health and social care research relevant to nursing practice.
Research Bites will provide snapshot of some of these research projects in bite sized presentations.
When and where will I find Research Bites?
Research bites will take place at 12.30 on the second Thursday of every month in Barber House.
What do I do if I want to attend Research Bites?
Just turn up! There is no need to book. Come along and bring your lunch. You can listen to some fascinating research and join in the discussion afterwards.
For details of forthcoming sessions please see Downloads box.
Should you have any queries regarding the Research Bites sessions or would like to suggest a speaker, please do not hesitate to contact Kate Chadwick
T: (0114) 222 2076