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9th December 2011, 28 Portland Place, London, W1B 1LY

The funding landscape for infectious disease researchers what money is out there and how to get it

This workshop is set up to provide information about some of the main funding sources that are available to infectious disease researchers. Confirmed speakers include representatives from the MRC, Wellcome, NIHR, European Commission and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

For more information: http://idrn.org/events/upcoming/funding.php

9th February 2012, 28 Portland Place, London, W1B 1LY

Arts and Wellbeing: Recent Developments, Future Challenges

Throughout the UK, health professionals and creative artists have worked together for over 25 years in using the arts to support healthcare and health promotion. Given the current uncertainties over reforms to the NHS and public health, and the Big Society agenda, it is timely to examine the achievements of arts and health collaborations to date and look forward to new challenges and opportunities. Speakers will look at the growing evidence-base for the value of involvement in creative activity for wellbeing and health - both in the UK and internationally. Workshops will provide opportunities for participants to learn about current arts for wellbeing projects from leading arts for health practitioners.

For more information go to www.rsph.org.uk or contact Claire Robins at crobins@rsph.org.uk

27th February-9th March, 2012, 28 Portland Place, London, W1B 1LY

Diploma in Occupational Medicine

The RSPH runs the Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM) approved course to prepare candidates for the Diploma in Occupational Medicine's written examination and the oral examination based on a portfolio.

The FOM Diploma has been designed for registered practitioners. …

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