Our next CAHPR East Anglia Research evening is on Wednesday 7th February 2024 (5.30-7.30pm) on Zoom. More details to follow.
The evenings are a great opportunity to share your research, practise your presentation skills, or get feedback on your ideas in a friendly and informal forum. We can usually accommodate four speakers within the session.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the Zoom invite if you would like to attend and/or present your research at future events.
Most Recent Research Evening – Wednesday 4th October 2023
5:30-5:45pm: Introduction to the evening and CAHPR East Anglia. Prof Ruth Strudwick, Chair.
5:45-6:05pm: “Supporting the pastoral needs of undergraduate diagnostic radiography students: Exploring the educator’s experience using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA)”. Hollie Hadwen, Senior Lecturer in Diagnostic Radiography, University of Suffolk.
6:05-6:25pm: “What Just Happened? Enhancing Video Analysis for Music Therapy with the aid of Machine Learning”. Richard Parker, Postgraduate Researcher, Anglia Ruskin University.
6:40-7:00pm: “Setting up a university-run community aphasia choir: Experiences of People with Aphasia and Speech and Language Therapy Students”. Elissa Manzi, Lecturer in Speech and Language Therapy, University of East Anglia.
7:00-7:20pm: Help Seeking Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: an interview study. Helen Hall, Senior AHP for Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions (NMAHP) Research, James Paget University Hospital.
7:20-7:30pm: Close and future plans. Prof Ruth Strudwick.
The date for our next conference is Saturday 18th May 2024 at the Innovation Centre in Thetford. Further details will be published on the website later in the year.
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