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BSG-NIHR Introduction to Trainee Research – Presentations

Please click the links below to download the presentations given at the BSG-NIHR Introduction to Trainee Research event on 1st April 2022 in Birmingham:

Session 1: Opportunities and Challenges for Trainee Research

Enabling trainee research – what the BSG and NIHR can offer you
Prof Iqbal, University of Birmingham and Prof Sebastian, Hull University
Teaching Hospital & Appointed Chair of the BSG Research Committee

Combining research and clinical responsibilities in the NHS
Dr Rachel Cooney, University Hospitals Birmingham

Pathways of getting involved in research
Prof Matthew Brookes, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

Session 2: Trainee networks

Introduction to trainee networks and why get involved
Dr Tim Hardy, Newcastle University

How to convert an audit into a regional or national project?
Dr Monika Widlak, University Hospital Coventry & Warwickshire

Keys to getting your research published
Dr Keith Siau, Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust

Session 3: Presentation of trainee project ideas

Duodenoscope Associated Infection Rate Post ERCP
Dr Rawen Kader, UCLH

The Pharmacogenomics of Thiopurine Induced Pancreatitis
Rebecca Smith, the Exeter IBD and Pharmacogenetics Research Group

End of life care in decompensated cirrhosis: a regional perspective
Dr Daniel Maggs and Dr Emma Saunsbury, Spring Network

Session 4: How did I do it?

What I wish I knew about doing research before I did it
Dr Prarthana Thiagarajan, University Hospitals Birmingham

Academic Gastroenterology: Entering academic and research career
Dr Johanne Brookes- East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust

Handling your data (small and Big)
Dr Nick Kennedy – Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital

Dos and don’ts of writing grant applications
Dr Tariq Ahmed, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital