North West London Research Symposium for NMAHPPs: Wednesday 27 September 2023 (12.00 - 17.00 hrs)

Imperial College London, South Kensington

This popular FREE symposium is aimed at NMAHPPs (Nurses, Midwives, Allied Health Professionals, Healthcare Scientists, Pharmacy Staff and Psychologists) and academics in North West London thinking of taking a research postgraduate course, those wondering about pursuing a research career and those involved in healthcare research already.

This year's event will run in-person and offers a great opportunity to meet, network and learn from the collective research experience of colleagues working across North West London.

Bookings are now open. Places are limited and early registration is advised.

Joining us for our keynote session this year is Professor Alison Metcalfe, Founding Executive Co-Director of LOHA Health Ltd. Alison is a researcher, clinician and entrepreneur focusing on the communication of genetic risk information and emotion regulation within families. Alison has previously worked in senior leadership teams in universities and the NHS. Her research work includes co-design activities to develop new interventions to provide families with support to enable them to manage risk information, living with a genetic diagnosis and managing emotional and mental health to provide families with support to enable them to manage the risk information and diagnoses.

You will have the opportunity to view posters, submitted by peers from across North West London, and to hear two research presentations selected from the best of the abstracts submitted.

Dr Margaret Coffey will also be joining us to talk about the highs, lows and her journey in clinical research and you’ll have the choice to attend two of our workshops on varying themes.

For those who are working through the Imperial College AHSC Research Training Framework attending this symposium will contribute towards your understanding of the following area(s) of the Framework: - Module 1: f) Presenting research.

Reserve your place today!

Information and enquiries: This event is being coordinated by the Imperial AHSC Clinical Academic Training Office. For information and enquiries please email