Pre-recorded NIHR RfPB Information Event – June 2020
These presentations are pre-recorded, made available for viewing prior to a Q&A sessions with the speakers on 9th June at 1 p.m
If you are based in the East of England, and would like an online one-to-one meeting with a research adviser from the Research Design Service to discuss your RfPB application, please complete the RDS East of England client enquiry form or, if you have already met with a RDS adviser about the RfPB application, please contact them directly. If you work outside of the East of England, please contact your regional Research Design Office to set up a meeting with them.
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1. What makes a successful NIHR RfPB Application?
Tracey Sach, Chair of the NIHR East of England RfPB Research advisory committee
2. Overview of the RfPB programme
Simon Goodwin, RfPB programme manager for East of England
3. How can RDS help you?
Suzanne Murphy, RDS Lead who has recently completed an RfPB project
4. My experience of RfPB
Janine Hawkins, Successful RfPB applicant
5. Evidence-based valuation of patient-centred outcomes in cystic fibrosis (VALU-CF)
Jenny Whitty, Successful RfPB applicant (Tier 3)