'0-19 Research Network: Yorkshire and the Humber'


Established in 2016 and, funded by the NIHR Clinical Research Network Yorkshire and Humber (YH), the '0-19 Research Network: Yorkshire and the Humber' is an innovative initiative that aims to enhance the research engagement and capacity of the 0-19 public health workforce in the region.  This network, that is supported by the NIHR CLAHRC YH, has as a key audience health visitors and school nurses although all engaged in public health work with 0-19s or undertaking research in this field are welcome to participate.

The '0-19 Research Network: Yorkshire and the Humber' holds regular meetings across the region.  These enable participants to hear about ongoing NIHR studies, engage with clinical and academic researchers and develop confidence to network and take up local and national research opportunities.  Network members have contributed to co-production of proposed research studies and have supported the recruitment of children and families in health services and public health research.

You can read about the next meeting of the network here

For further information please contact Liz Flower (administrator) at Sheffield Hallam University  Elizabeth.Flower@shu.ac.uk