Submission of Abstracts - Final Call Deadline 23.59pm GMT, 25th April 2017
This Oxford-based conference series seeks to bring together researchers who aim to promote health and wellbeing throughimproved health services in Europe and around the world.
The aim of the event, building on the 2016 congress, is to highlight the link between research and practice by gathering together a wide range of papers on health and health services research close to practice and/or policy. These will come from the full range of allied disciplines including primary care, acute medicine, public health, psychiatry, paediatrics, and ageing as well as economics, psychology, statistics, social science and ethics, clinical trial design, health informatics and implementation research.
The Conference series has been established by academics in Oxford and elsewhere and is open to researchers in health, particularly those related to health services in the UK, Europe and beyond. We hope that you will contribute to what promises to be an exciting new opportunity to develop research networks and encourage the uptake of research and evidence based innovations in all areas of science that contribute to health and wellbeing through better health services.
Invited Speakers Confirmed:
Professor Ralf Schwarzer, Freie Universität Berlin
Professor Theresa Marteau, University of Cambridge
Professor Susan Brundage, Queen Mary University of London
Professor David Hunter, Durham University
Professor Jonathan Emberson, University of Oxford
Professor Rajesh Chopra, The Institute of Cancer Research
Professor Winette Van der Graaf, The Institute of Cancer Research
Professor Peter Scarborough, Nuffield Department of Population Health
Submitted papers are welcomed on:
General Practice, Cancer and Health Services, Public Health, Community Care, Acute Health, Hospitals, Mental Health, Paediatrics, Older Age, Dentistry, Health Economics, Health Psychology, Medical Statistics, Social Science and Medicine, Health Policy and Systems, Health Management, e-Health, Big Data, Health Informatics, Human Resources, Nursing, Leadership, Medical Decision Making, Research Utilization, Inequalities, Social Determinants and Patient Reported Outcome Measures