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This exclusive Catalyst Event, funded by Health Education North, kicked off on 20th January 2016 at the Macron Stadium as part of a series of 3 one day workshops delivered over 12 months.

Watch the short animation below to gain an overview of the discussions, collaboration and outcomes of the event in Health Education Research event in January. Click here to see the full report from the day (PDF)

To help build the community we created a Google Plus Page for everyone who is part of the network to capture the essence of the events to follow. To get involved in the community, you can request to join via this link: https://plus.google.com/communities/112648440199339645010?hl=en

If you would like further information contact Leanne 


 Health Education Research Catalyst Programme

Funded by Health Education North, it is designed to build the local community of health education researchers into a robust regional network, enabling greater collaboration across the region to build a strong evidence base for the commissioning of health education. With ongoing support from key leaders in health education research, this community will also develop improved communication through the guided use of digital platforms and social media.

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Ged Byrne

The programme was opened on 20th January by Professor Ged Byrne, Director of Education and Quality Health Education England (North) followed by a presentation from Professor Tim Swanwick, Postgraduate Medical Dean HEE NCEL.

This was a participative event that required full delegate contribution on the day.  Delegates were invited to take part in discussions and it was an opportunity for mutual sharing of expertise and knowledge.

To gain a better understanding of Open Space and Catalyst events, click on the animation links below.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vEBcr_YkHU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PwpQMtTSi5c

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