Rhiannon Evans visited Aarhus and Aalborg Universities in Denmark, teaching DECIPHer research methods at Aarhus University’s PhD course on complex interventions. She also spoke to the Danish Psychological Society.
Graham Moore, Rhiannon Evans, Jemma Hawkins and Emily Lowthian delivered the Short Course at Stellenbosch University in Capetown. Read about their experiences in Emily’s blog.
Graham Moore, Rachel Brown and Jemma Hawkins delivered the Short Course at University College Cork, Ireland.
Jemma Hawkins and Graham Moore adapted to Covid-19 restrictions by delivering their two-week remote doctoral course Developing and Evaluating Complex Interventions: Effective implementation to 19 PhD students at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. Rhiannon Evans and Rachel Brown supported the teaching.
Jeremy Segrott attended the Schools for Health in Europe Research Group online meeting, where school health research, Research Group activities, and the COVID-19 situation were discussed.
Rachel Parker presented at the ISSS (International Society for the Study of Self-Injury) Annual Conference, which was to be held in Vienna and then moved online. Her presentation was titled: Managing the potential risk of harm to secondary school pupil participants in adolescent self-harm prevention intervention research. An example of a successful school-based research safety plan for secondary school pupils in Wales. Read about her experience here.
Rhiannon Evans gave an online presentation at the Society for Prevention Research Conference in July, originally planned to be held in Vancouver. She discussed SHRN and adaptation guidance.