Research training and events

The Health and Social Care Institute hosts a number of seminars and training events to which all are welcome. Please check with the HSCI administrator if you wish to attend in case of last minute venue or timetable changes and to allow us to ensure we have sufficient accommodation to cope with changing numbers.

Regular events

Health and lifestyle journal club

HSCI seminar series

HSCI postgraduate research students' seminar

Knowledge exchange seminars

North East medical sociology study group

North East Obesity Forum (NEOF)

Physical activity group

Quarterly research meeting (QRM)
These are half day meetings which enable research findings in public health to be disseminated and debated between Fuse members and policy and practice partners, in a setting that combines presentations, round table discussions and workshops. Generally each meeting is themed and you can find examples of the topics, together with the presentations and reports arising from the events, on the Fuse website . QRMs are open to anyone from any sector interested in the topic concerned. Fuse welcomes proposals for QRM topics and is happy to collaborate in the planning of a QRM with a partner organisation or practitioner group. Put your idea on paper briefly and e-mail to .

Sexual health research practice network

Research training opportunities

HSCI mounts occasional training opportunities for researchers.

  • For information about training courses on research run by the Graduate Research School please go to research training .
  • For information on other training opportunities that may be relevant contact the Department for Learning Development.
  • You may also find training opportunities listed below.

Seminars and workshops

Centre for Translational Research in Public Health: quarterly research meeting. For more details of the regular quarterly research meetings of FUSE - visit the FUSE website .

Special events

Select the event title for more details.

Travel directions and maps

There are 0 current events. Displaying events 1 to 0.
Event Title Start Date