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Call for Papers: Enhancing Interdisciplinary Research in Manchester for Child Health & Well-being (Due 1st March)

Organised jointly by the Child Health Research Network and the Centre for Paediatrics and Child Health, Institute of Human Development, Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences

Enhancing Interdisciplinary Research in Manchester for Child Health & Well-being

Friday 22nd March 2013

9.30 until 3.45pm (with lunch)

Seminar room G306b, Ground Floor, Jean McFarlane Building, University of Manchester


First Announcement

The final timetable will be available shortly

Aims: This event will showcase research developed from links forged during the eight years of the Child Health Research Network. The network focuses on the health, education and social needs of children and young people. More details of our activities here.

We will highlight

  • the potential for future development of  interdisciplinary research studies and
  • opportunities for developing research with the launch of the Centre for Paediatrics and Child Health in the Institute of Human Development at the University of Manchester (

Audience: This showcase will be of interest to paediatricians, academics and practitioners from all backgrounds and disciplines working for children’s health and well-being.

Poster session: We will be holding a poster session showing some of the diverse research occurring in child health research

If you would like to submit a poster: We need the title of your poster, authors, your name, your role, organisation and whether you’re a PhD student. Note: we only have limited space so will prioritise PhD students, Research Assistants and early career researchers based at the University of Manchester. Please send these details to (Health Sciences Co-ordinator) before 1st March 2013.

Any queries
Please contact or call +44 (0)161 306 7900


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