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NIHR National GP ACF Annual Conference 18th & 19th April 2023
This is the annual national conference for academic GPs in training
The aim of this annual conference, supported by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) School for Primary Care Research, is to bring together all GP ACFs and other early career GP researchers on the academic track to share their research ideas and pilot results, and to hear from experts in the field on a variety of relevant research findings and methodological innovations.
Option 1: 2-day Delegate Ticket – £200
Option 2: 2-day Delegate Ticket + drinks reception & dinner on day 1 – £250
Main Conference Venue: Edge Hill University, Ormskirk Campus, St. Helens Road, Lancashire, L39 4QP
Venue for drinks reception & dinner on day 1: Liverpool City Centre, exact location TBC
Exact timings and scientific programme to be confirmed.
For any delegates wanting to submit an abstract, please complete the Abstract Submission Form (open in new tab/window)
Directions to Edge Hill University are here – How to find us
Local hotel recommendations will be provided as part of the delegate information packs which will be sent out once delegates have confirmed and payment has been received
British and Irish Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference
10th-12th July 2023
The 2023 British and Irish Association for Jewish Studies (BIAJS2023) conference will explore how race has affected, and been a part of, Jewish lives and beliefs across Jewish time and space, around the globe. In addition, BIAJS2023 will include papers on all aspects of Jewish Studies, and will provide the opportunity for participants to network with peers in Jewish Studies from Ireland, the UK, continental Europe, and the wider world.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AT BIAJS 2023
Professor Miri Rubin, Professor of Medieval and Early Modern History, Queen Mary, University of London, and President, Jewish Historical Society of England. Author of Cities of Strangers: Making Lives in Medieval Europe (Cambridge University Press, 2020).
Dr Richard Benjamin, Head, International Slavery Museum, and Visiting Professor of Slavery and Public Engagement, University of Liverpool.
Professor David Horrell, Professor of New Testament Studies and the Director of the Center for Biblical Studies, University of Exeter. Author of Ethnicity and Inclusion: Religion, Race, and Whiteness in Constructions of Jewish and Christian Identities (Eerdmans, 2020).