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Inaugural MDRT PGR Seminar

CLC107 Coach Lane Campus

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Inaugural MDRT PGR Seminar

MDRT Subtheme: Prevention of Long Term conditions

 

Speakers

Ms Anastasia Fadeeva

‘Promoting health and physical activity in the transition to retirement using self-determination theory’

 

Mr Paul Ansdell

‘Alterations in neuromuscular function and fatigability across the female menstrual cycle’

 

About the Seminar

This inaugural MDRT PGR Seminar is the first of a programme of seminar sessions for our postgraduate research students. The seminars are part of an effort to explore ways of collaborating and to increase interaction among the three Integrated Health and Social Care (IHSC) MDRT subthemes – Innovative Health Interventions in Context, Vulnerable Populations and Social Justice, and Prevention and Management of Long Term Conditions.

The seminars will cover all aspects of research within the IHSC MDRT and will take place monthly, alternating between the two campuses. The fist seminar is scheduled to take place on 14 February at Coach Lane Campus at 13.00 (CLC107).

We feel that giving PhD students the opportunity to present their work to colleagues across the IHSC MDRT will encourage collaboration and develop students skills in disseminating their research. The subject of presentation may vary from early stage study design to presentation of final results of a study.  

For this to be successful it is important that the seminar program is fully supported by you and your academic leaders. 

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Event Details

CLC107 Coach Lane Campus
Northumbria University
Coach Lane
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE7 7XA


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