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NIHR workshop on Surgery Research interviews and videos now available

16 March 2012

On February 9th, the NIHR held a workshop at the Royal College of Surgeons, London. The aim was to provide information about the support and funding available from the NIHR for applied health research in surgery. The call opened on the 23 February and runs until 25 May 2012.

Over 275 delegates attended the workshop, representing a wide range of surgical disciplines and backgrounds.

You can now view videos of the presentations made at the workshop. In addition three interviews filmed at the event provide helpful tips for researchers and research teams that are interested in applying for funding.

For further information about the NIHR call for Surgery Research please visit the NIHR website.

 

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