CLAHRC NWC Open Day takes place in Leyland

A CLAHRC NWC Open Day was held in Leyland on 11th April.

Partner representatives, public advisers and staff came together in discussions about work to date and what could help drive the dissemination and implementation phase for the remainder of the current CLAHRC NWC.  Discussions also focused on what could shape the next CLAHRC, with a planned call for CLAHRC renewals expected early summer. Copies of the compendium containing CLAHRC NWC and national projects were available and the work of themes was outlined with the use of posters and more.

Another open day, following the same format, will be held on 19th June. This will be held at Blackburne House in Liverpool and will be open again for staff, public advisers who didn’t attend previously and for partners unable to attend the April event. A staff only meeting took place at the tail end of the day with key work outputs being:

  • Ensuring Partner information is up-to-date in relation to their participation in projects, listed on the internal CATS system
  • Ensure key contacts in Partners are made aware of their role in the CLAHRC NWC portfolio of work through either interns, PhD students or the Partner Priority Programme (PPP)
  • Make opportunities for implementation more accessible - small group to be established to work out options on how to take these forward as other models may exist 
  • Compendium – how we make it easier for users to navigate our catalogue of research
  • Ideas from Partners for PPP3

To register for the 19th June please visit the Eventbrite page here

More articles     Posted on: 14 May 2018