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Registration is now fully open for the inaugural NLMHP Research Conference

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23 April 2024

The day will see the launch of the partnerships ambitious five-year research strategy and showcase recent and future research across the partnership from clinicians and academics, taking place on 9th July 2024 at the prestigious Francis Crick Institute. Register now to book your place!

Register on our Eventbrite page: NLMHP Research Conference Registration

The partnership is embarking on an ambitious five-year research strategy to build upon the successes so far. As the trusts come together, the strategy aims to provide more opportunities for our patients and staff to participate in research.

The Partnerships inaugural research conference will launch the new strategy, showcase the innovative research from our world-leading academics, explore impacts on clinical practice and policy as well as showing how research partnerships have sparked wider benefits across the sector.

This is a chance for you to connect with leading researchers, service users and clinicians throughout the day. Whether you're a seasoned researcher, eager to take your first steps, or simply keen to celebrate the ground-breaking research underway, you're warmly invited to join us!

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Vincent Kirchner
  • Lynis Lewis
  • Angela Hassiotis
  • Mo Abdelghani
  • Rob Howard
  • Gill Livingston
  • David Osborn

The full day event will take place on Tuesday 9th July at the Francis Crick Institute, just down the road from the trusts future Institute of Mental Health and coinciding with the Crick’s current exhibition exploring the functions of the mind.

The venue is easily accessible from King’s Cross and St Pancras stations as well as being a short walk from Euston station. Bus routes 46, 63, and 214 stop outside the venue and routes 30, 73, 91, 205 and 390 stop just round the corner on Euston Road.

The venue is fully accessible but please state any additional needs when booking so we can ensure preparations are adequately made.

Prepare to be inspired by a line-up of trailblazing speakers, with topics spanning Dementia, Intellectual Disabilities, Neuroscience, CRIS (Clinical Records Interactive Search), and updates from the Policy Research Unit.