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Research training opportunity - non-medical careers event 

Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) Clinical Academic Training Office (CATO) is running a free exploratory session for all non-medical healthcare professionals interested in research but who are unsure of where to start.

This course is for you, if: 

  • you’re not sure where to start
  • you’re curious about doing research
  • you’ve been thinking about ways to help your patients or improve how you do things in your job
  • you have some new ideas and you want to know what to do about them. 


Tuesday 28 November 2017


4pm tp 6pm


St Mary's Hospital

Download the event programme (PDF, 391KB)

To book your place on this course please use the booking form.

For further information, please contact Laura Henderson.

Exhale and exchange workshop

Come along to the Wellcome Collection in Euston to take part in our third creative workshop alongside members of the public and respiratory researchers from Royal Brompton Hospital and Imperial College.

This workshop will use poetry and creative language as a way of exchanging experience, knowledge and stories about breathing and lung health. The workshop will explore the potential of language to offer new ways of looking at breath and breathing, introducing playful methods to ‘remix’ and reframe how we give expression to the subject.

You do not need any previous experience of poetry or creative writing to take part in the workshops.

This is an Open Platform event, hosted by the Reading Room at the Wellcome Collection.


Wednesday 13th December 2017


2pm to 4pm


Reading room, Wellcome Collection, Euston Road, NW1 2BE

Please email us to sign up or call 020 7352 8121 ext 8575

To find out more about research events, take a look at some of our past  events.