UK Critical Care Research Forum (UKCCRF) June 8th & 9th, Birmingham
The UK Critical Care Research Forum (UKCCRF) was established in 2008 and is open to all who are interested in undertaking research in critical and emergency care in the UK. The main objective of the UKCCRF is to advance the field of critical care research and enhance patient outcome and care, translating knowledge into practice.
The forum meets annually to: share and critically review new study proposals; to share updates on the progress of ongoing studies; and to discuss research methodologies. Colleagues are encouraged to present their research ideas in this collaborative and supportive environment.
This is a two-day event organised by a different host each year with support from a committee of consultants, nurses, allied health care professionals and researchers in critical care and emergency medicine.
Online registration is now open via the link here.
Registration Fees - Nurses & Non-Medical Delegates:
- Full Registration & Networking Dinner £130
- Full Registration £70
- 1 Day Registration & Networking Dinner £90
- 1 Day Registration £50
A link to the course programme can be found here.
Opportunities exist for anyone wishing to present their research protocol for peer review. Further information can be found here.
The event will be held in the Medical School, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston campus. Further information can be found here.