Maximising the impact of your masters degree 22 May, 15.00 to 17.00, Charing Cross Hospital
This session is aimed at healthcare professionals (nurses, midwives, allied health professionals, pharmacists and healthcare scientists) within the Imperial Academic Health Science Centre who are their masters degree. We will explore how doing a masters can have a maximum impact upon your clinical practice. It will include a session on writing for publication and help you consider how you can use your masters to further your personal, academic and clinical development. If you have any questions please contact (CATO) team (email@example.com
CATO annual research symposium 19 June
The research symposium is a key part of clinical academic training and research career development for clinicians at all levels of training. It gives the opportunity for healthcare professionals to present their own research, allows space to think of novel collaborations and provides excellent networking opportunities. Visit the CATO website for more information: imperial.ac.uk/medicine/
Save the date: Walk for Wards 6 July
Slip on your scrubs and join Imperial Health Charity for a sponsored walk through Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill while raising money to support your favourite ward or department. Join Trust long or short route through the scenic surroundings. Scrubs will be provided for everyone joining in the fun, but you’re also welcome to bring your own! Registration is £10 for adults, £5 for open on Wednesday 1 May. For more information or if you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Save the date: Make a 11 July 2019, 17.30 – 22.00, Royal Lancaster London Hotel, Lancaster Terrace, W2 2TY.
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Wilhelmina Barns- Graham exhibition comes to St Mary’s Hospital
A calming, meditative collection of works by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham is our latest exhibition to open at St Mary’s Hospital.
We’ve worked with emerging curator Briana Oliver to display a series of abstract artist, now on display in the Cambridge wing.
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Briana took the meditative qualities of Barns-Graham’s drawings as the basis for the exhibition. When displayed within the hospital environment, she says the artworks have helped to engage patients and visitors, “In our modern world of never-ending to-do lists and handheld distractions, and in a societal and political atmosphere that can feel daunting, capturing people’s attention – even for a moment – is no easy feat. “Yet the pieces in this exhibition are able to do just that: engage people, engross them in the repetition of form and colour, and transport them into a world of linear meditations.”
The exhibition will be on display until the end of June before moving to Hammersmith Hospital. our arts programme, visit imperialcharity.org.uk/arts
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