Would you like to engage the public in your research activities in a welcoming, relaxed environment in the heart of the community?
We are running a Café Connect event at the Nottingham Contemporary Café on Thursday 29 and Friday 30 June 2017.
You can engage with the public through all aspects of the research lifecycle from Patient Public Involvement, to data gathering to dissemination and demonstrations. Applications from all faculties across the University are welcomed as long as the activity is broadly health-related as the project is funded by a People Award from the Wellcome Trust.
We particularly welcome research activities that are suitable for a wide audience and that also include fun activities for pre-school age children.
For more information about Café Connect, please visit our website.
For an application form please visit the website or email Joanne Ablewhite.
Deadline for applications is Friday 28 April 2017.
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