Two participants in Iwona's researching looking at the photographs they had taken

2018 Funded Projects

Congratulations to all of our funded projects for our recent Beacon Bursaries and Train and Engage rounds. We had some fantastic applications, and both panels…

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Chris and Thomas' paper features in the latest edition of Rheumatology: Advances in Practice

Going Viral in Rheumatology – using social media to assess what patients with rare diseases think is important in medical research

In the Public Engagement Unit we often come across researchers developing new ways of having conversations with public and patient groups. I had a fantastic…

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The Community of Engagers: facilitating conversations with public and patient groups

The Community of Engagers: facilitating conversations with public and patient groups

On Tuesday 1st May 2018 the UCL SLMS Community of Engagers met to share their different experiences and techniques for facilitating public engagement and public…

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Train and Engage: bringing poetry, neuroscience and older adults together

Train and Engage: bringing poetry, neuroscience and older adults together

Flavia Schechtman Belham is a PhD student in the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, and a fantastic project leader from our Train and Engage program….

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Public Engagement in your PhD: See Science Festival

Public Engagement in your PhD: See Science Festival

The Train and Engage fund is now open for applications from anyone who has completed our PhD training programmes. The fund gives applicants a chance…

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Lorna (centre) with her Bangladesh-based project partners

The Community of Engagers: discussing ways of making connections with diverse groups

On Wednesday 21st February the UCL SLMS Community of Engagers met to discuss ways of connecting with diverse public groups. Community of Engagers meetings are designed…

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Addressing the health challenges of hostel workers and homeless people - A Beacon Bursary funded project

Addressing the health challenges of hostel workers and homeless people – A Beacon Bursary funded project

Dr Briony Hudson and Dr Caroline Shulman from Pathway and The Marie Curie Palliative Care Research department, University College London, collaborated to create an important…

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