29 Jan 2019
13:00 - 16:00
Roscoe Building, Room 4.3, The University of Manchester
The importance of a good lay summary cannot be over-emphasised. They are a powerful tool to persuade, inspire and make people understand and care about your research but are notoriously difficult to get right.
This session will help you prepare and test out your lay summary which will form an important element of your future grant applications, ethics applications and are increasingly being requested by research journals to increase the accessibility of research.
Specifically the session will cover:
Course Fee: £50.00
For more information:
Call: +44 (0) 161 275 1365
The Centre for Academic and Researcher Development (CARD) provides development opportunities for academic and research staff, postgraduate researchers and other professionals across higher education and the NHS in partnership with Health Innovation Manchester (HInM).
The goal is to create an environment that supports staff through every stage of their career, allowing them to excel and reach their full potential.