Published on: 11th April 2017
16 May 2017
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3NY.
The Scottish Learning Disabilities Observatory is pleased to invite you to attend their second national conference ‘Integrating evidence, policy and practice’. This event will be held on Tuesday 16th May in the Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow. This event aims to showcase current evidence on the health and healthcare of people with learning disabilities, exploring the implications for policy makers and practitioners.
The Farr Institute will be represented by Dr Lamiece Hassan, Public Engagement and Involvement Manager, HeRC, University of Manchester, she will talk about innovative methods to support the public in engaging with health research.
To register & for more information on this event click here.
Further information on Scottish Learning Disabilities Observatory, can also be found on their website here.