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Sheffield Children’s hosts second face to face 0-19 Research Network event

Speakers and attendees at the research network event speaking and listening
17 May 2023

The 0-19 Research Network held their second face to face research network event, hosted by Sheffield Children’s. The network welcomed 55 professionals from 0-19 public health from across Yorkshire and Humber to explore Connecting our Research Community.

The day was full of inspirational talks and presentations, engaging group discussions and chances to network and learn. We heard all about Dr Paul Watson’s PhD looking into understanding young carers of combat veterans who have PTSD, we met six Research Champions who encouraged us with the work they are doing to further research in their workplaces, and we were inspired by Alistair Hall, Clinical Director for NIHR CRN Yorkshire and Humber sharing his thoughts on research and the next generation.

Louise Wolstenholme, 0-19 Lead for Research and Health Visitor at Sheffield Children’s said: “We are incredibly proud of how the 0-19 (health visitor and school nurse) workforce is engaging with research across the Yorkshire and Humber region. Bringing people together for events like this really helps us to think about research priorities and the difference that research could make for our babies, children, young people and their families. We are delighted that we are being approached by colleagues from across England to learn more about what we are achieving, and we are excited to see how the Network will grow.”

Cat Stadon, Admin Lead for the 0-19 Research Network added: “I really enjoyed the event. I felt inspired listening to the speakers’ research projects and could see lots of people writing ideas down and making connections with people in the Yorkshire and Humber area, which is exactly what the event was intended to facilitate! I’m feeling proud to be a part of this team and I am looking forward to working on the next face-to-face CRN 0-19 Research Network Event.”

What a day of learning, engaging and networking! We’re excited to see what the 0-19 Research Network have in store next.

Research is believing in better 💙

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