The Changing Face of Health and Social Care

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We’d like to invite BTEC students who are interested in studying a Health and Social Care course at university to participate in a research project and exhibit their work at NTU. All participants who submit a poster will be invited to attend a research conference on 18 April with some of our current first year students.

The Changing Face of Health and Social Care Research Conference has been designed to highlight a broad range of research and its importance to the university experience.

  • From: Monday 18 April 2016, 12 am
  • To: Monday 18 April 2016, 12 am
  • Location: Boots Library, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LS

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Event details

The Changing Face of Health and Social Care Research Conference aims to highlight a broad range of research and its importance to the university experience to prospective students.

BTEC students who are currently studying Health and Social Care are invited to participate in a research project which will culminate in the production of a poster.  The posters will then be exhibited at NTU during the research conference on 18 April.

This is a great opportunity for BTEC students to:

  • participate in a research project
  • attend in a preparatory session in Research Skills (in school or college)
  • develop skills for independent learning
  • meet current students, researchers and academics
  • learn more about the university experience
  • gain valuable information about the employment options of students who complete the BA (Hons) Health and Social Care course at NTU.

Preparatory session
A PhD student from NTU will deliver a Research Skills workshop prior to the event at the participants' school or college. Dates will be scheduled for individual schools and colleges following an initial meeting with teaching staff.

The preparatory session is likely to cover:

  • why research is important
  • the differences between qualitative and quantitative research
  • creating and using Google surveys
  • the research brief and creating a poster

Be part of a research exhibition
During the preparatory session, participants will be asked to conduct some research on one of the themes outlined in the workshop. Over the following weeks participants will be asked to create a poster of their findings to exhibit at the conference in April.

The research conference
The afternoon event will allow participants to learn more about our current first year students research. This will involve:

  • attending a Pecha Kucha event
  • participating in roundtable discussions
  • judging the research projects and Instagram competition
  • contributing to a networking session
  • meeting the Employability advisors at NTU

For more information about the agenda, please see the Programme tab above.

Participating schools and colleges are welcome to present their own Pecha Kucha or host a roundtable discussion.

Booking
To book, please see the Booking tab above.

Programme

Agenda

  • 12 noon: Welcome from Professor Di Bailey, Academic Team Leader for Health and Social Care
  • 12:30 pm: Parallel sessions
  • Group 1 – The Changing Face of Health and Social Care: Pecha Kucha presentations
  • Group 2 – Round table discussions
  • 1.35 pm: Refreshments. Opportunity to view the poster exhibition and judge the Instagram competition
  • 2.30 pm: Parallel sessions
  • Group 1 – Round table discussions
  • Group 2 – The Changing Face of Health and Social Care: Pecha Kucha presentations
  • 3.35 pm: Closing plenary and prize giving for competition winners
  • 4.00 pm: Finish

Please note that this schedule is might be subject to change.

Booking information

Who should attend
This event would be beneficial to a BTEC student interested in studying Health and Social Care at university. Please note that there are only 30 places available for this conference.

Booking
If you are interested in booking a place, please contact your relevant school or college contact to arrange an initial meeting prior to the Research Skills workshop or contact Sarah Barkley for more information.

Location details

Room/Building:

Boots Library

Address:

Nottingham Trent University
City Campus
Goldsmith Street
Nottingham
NG1 5LS

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