Date: 5 - 9 September 2011
A 5-day course for nurses and allied health professionals who wish to develop research and publication skills.
This summer school will focus on developing research proposals and writing for publication. It will include a mixture of lectures, seminars and workshops with a focus on participants developing their research proposals and plans for publication through the week.
The summer school will be of value to nurses and allied health professionals (AHPs). Participants should be qualified practitioners who wish to develop research and publication skills. Completion of this summer school could lead to participants enrolling in postgraduate research in Nursing Studies.
All participants will be given a certificate of attendance.
Talks will be given by:
Participants will learn to:
All teaching faculty have editorial experience, successful research proposal submissions to funding bodies, publishing track records and experience in delivering the core research methods courses in nursing.
Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. With streets steeped in history and a thriving cultural scene, Edinburgh offers the perfect balance between all things traditional and contemporary.
The city has many top-class restaurants and lively bars as well as museums, theatres and galleries. It is close to the sea and the hills and has something for everyone. The course will be held in the central University of Edinburgh campus in George Square.
Limited accommodation is available at The University of Edinburgh’s student campus. Please contact the organisers to obtain a preferential rate on student campus accommodation, details of which can be found here:
The University also has nearby Bed and Breakfast accommodation available at very competitive prices. Please book direct with Kenneth Mackenzie:
There is a wide variety of accommodation from hostels to 5* hotels within a short distance of the course venue. You can find assistance with accommodation here:
The cost for this 5-day summer school is £450. You will be able to book a place directly from the Office of Lifelong Learning
Alternatively, you can contact the course tutors for a registration form.
This article was published on Mar 3, 2011