This year, the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Kent, Surrey and Sussex (ARC KSS) will be holding its fourth Research Week from Monday 9 - Thursday 12 September.  The week will include a range of learning and development events, research insight talks and presentations specifically aimed at applied health and social care researchers, including early career researchers in practice and PhD students.

Launching the full programme of events, Beth Flowers, ARC KSS Academy Manager said:

"I am delighted to announce this year's programme with the focus on celebrating ARC KSS Research Capacity Impact: a Vision for the Future. Over the course of four days, we hope to bring as many people together, as possible, from across academia and health and social care to take part in and learn all about the projects and funding opportunities that we have been funding and supporting across the region. All events are free and available for anyone to sign up to, online.

"At the end of the week, we will be holding a free, all-day, in-person event at the University of Surrey, Guildford, that includes a range of keynote speakers, workshops, poster presentations, a session to celebrate the winners and runners up of this year's poster competition and the chance to network and meet colleagues from across the region."

View the programme and how to book here.

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