The 13th Annual Health Services Research UK Conference will go ahead on 1-3 July 2020: it will be an entirely virtual and online conference, completely free to anyone to attend – from the UK and internationally.
Health Services Research UK (HSR UK) is dedicated to the promotion of health services research in policy and practice. The annual conference is open to everyone interested in health and care services and systems research.
This year, the Health Services Research UK annual conference is going online, and it's completely free to join. With six live plenaries, over a dozen sessions and 150 research presentations, all available to watch on our website, we hope there'll be something for everyone with an interest in health services and care research, and its use in policy and practice. Spread the word about the conference to your networks, through newsletters, tweets and other means.
The opening plenary at 10am on 1 July will be 'Lessons for International HSR from the COVID-19 Pandemic' featuring keynotes from Prof. Trish Greenhalgh and Prof. Josep Figueras. Other plenaries and sessions will explore topics including mental health, urgent and emergency care, data analytics, workforce, co-production, and equality, diversity and inclusion in HSR. Pre-recorded sessions and presentations will be published in the run up to the live webinars on 1, 2 and 3rd July (which will also be made available afterwards) to give participants the opportunity to watch and join in the discussion at a time that suits them.
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