Partnered with: HEE (NW), NIHR Clinical Research Network Greater Manchester, NIHR Clinical Research Network North West Coast and University of Liverpool.
Health and Care EXPO North West 2022 is now LIVE!
Health and Care EXPO NW 2022 is now LIVE – come and join us at a number of incredible live events taking place across the life of the EXPO. The gallery space is now open for you to view at your leisure, click the button below to have a look around!
Come and join us at a number of incredible live events taking place across the life of the EXPO.
In week three of EXPO starting on 4th April, 2022, join us for a week of music focussed events and the University of Liverpool Provocations series.
Monday 4th April at 1.00 pm - Dr Lucienne Loh, Senior Lecturer from the Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty, University of Liverpool. Dr Loh is a specialist on postcolonial identity and immigrant subjectivities. She will be exploring with NHS researchers the concept of “racialised consciousness”, or what it means to be both self-conscious about one’s racialised self and the racialised perspective of others. How does/can “racialised consciousness” affect NHS clinicians’ interactions with their patients? And how can structures and practices throughout the NHS themselves reflect greater racialised consciousness?
Wednesday 6th April between 1.00 - 4.00pm - Dr Eduardo Coutinho welcomes you to our live “Provocations” session. He will be looking at ''How could you use musical listening interventions in your clinical research practice?” Dr Coutinho is a Senior Lecturer of the Department of Music at the University of Liverpool. His work spans a variety of fields with an emphasis on the interdisciplinary areas of Music Psychology, Affective Sciences and Healthcare Informatics. He is also the Director of the Applied Music Research Lab (AM Lab), an interdisciplinary research group that aims to harness the benefits of music for improving people's lives through the development of methods and tools that permit using music in systematic ways for improving different aspects of health and well-being.
Thursday 7th April at 12 noon - Join Professor Vicky Karkou, Director for the Research Centre for Arts and Wellbeing at Edge Hill University and Dr Joanna Omylinska-Thurston, an experienced Counselling Psychologist. for a fully immersive session with the research team bringing you their project “Arts for the Blues: The development of a new evidence-based creative group psychotherapy for depression” which has been selected for inclusion in a new special virtual issue of Counselling and Psychotherapy Research to coincide with the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) consultation on the guidelines for treating and managing depression in adults.
Thursday 7th April, 2022 at 7 - 9pm - Lynn Sudbury-Riley, Professor of Marketing and the Director of Education for the Marketing Subject Group at University of Liverpool. Lynn’s research has incorporated health, and in particular palliative and end-of-life care. She has completed research projects with several NHS palliative care providers and several different hospices around the UK. Working with her colleague, Dr Benito Giordano, Senior Lecturer in Innovation Management in the Management School at the University of Liverpool (ULMS), they will discuss their project focussed on COVID Bereavement. This session is a fore runner of a full Provocations workshop taking place on 10th May 2022 at 1pm.
Saturday 9th April at 11am - Dr Hazel Roddam FRCSLT, who led the development work on the Allied Health Professions’ Research & Innovation Strategy 2022. The strategic aims and objectives presented in the national Strategy align directly with the priority agendas in national health, care, and wellbeing strategies. It has been developed in a co-production approach, working closely with the research leads of the 14 Allied Health professional associations, as well as a wide range of other key stakeholders including the public voice. It comprises a definitive collective national reference statement that encompasses and supports the existing research & innovation strategies of all the Allied Health professional associations. Come and see how you can get involved in the next phase of developing the delivery programme for the strategy.