Fuse Quarterly Research Meetings

What is a QRM?

QRM is an acronym which stands for Quarterly Research Meeting.  They are half day meetings which enables research findings in public health to be disseminated and debated between Fuse members and policy and practice partners, in a setting that combines presentations, round table discussions and workshops. Generally each meeting is themed and examples of the topics can be found below together with the presentations and reports arising from the events.

QRMs are open to anyone from any sector interested in the topic concerned. Fuse welcomes proposals for QRM topics and is happy to collaborate in the planning of a QRM with a partner organisation or practitioner group. Put your idea on paper briefly and e-mail to info@fuse.ac.uk.

The programmes for 2017/18 have been confirmed as follows:

Dates for your diary:

Community Pharmacy and Public Health: the perfect match?

  • Venue: Room 2.21, Research Beehive, Newcastle University
  • Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2017 09:30:00 BST

This event will bring together practice partners, policy-makers, commissioners, and academics to explore the role of community pharmacy in delivering public health services.

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