CPD Opportunities

Should you be interested in advertising your CPD events on the BRA website, please contact us

at bra@britreflex.co.uk 

The following courses are being advertised on the BRA website as it is thought they might be of interest to members and others.   The BRA does not specifically endorse the content of these courses and all enquiries regarding the courses should be made to the relevant supplier.

RCCM Online Workshop: How to develop research strategy and support research within CAM
Thursday 21st October 9am -12pm

 

Includes advice on how to:

  •    Develop a profession-specific research strategy

  •    Effectively manage research issues impacting CAM

  •    Disseminate research insightfully and impactfully to advance your profession

 

Who should attend?

The event is mainly targeted at those with key roles in CAM professional associations but is also open to CAM researchers and CAM professionals with key roles in governance and CAM practitioners with an interest in research.  

Objectives

The event aims to provide participants with information and support to develop strategies for meaningful research in their practice and professional associations. 
By the end of the event, participants will:

  1. Begin to manage the challenge of conducting high quality research in CAM.

  2. Be able to problem-solve research issues specific to your CAM modality.

  3. Be aware of the range of research methods that are applicable for CAM studies.

  4. Know more about potential routes to disseminating research findings in an optimised manner for impactful and insightful change.

  5. Understand how to use networking to improve research impact.

Sessions will include

  • Why do you need a research strategy?

  • Talks from RCCM trustees on how they have developed research strategies themselves, and how you can apply this to your work.

  • Research methods overview including CAM-specific issues.

  • A brief overview of data collection, audits/service evaluation.

  • Small group session reflecting on the challenges of research for specific types of CAM.

  • Research dissemination and the benefits of planning this early on.

  • How professional bodies can link with universities to support research.

  • Question and answer sessions with a panel of RCCM trustees.

 

Tickets are available here 

European Congress for Integrative Medicine, 4-7 November 2021

 

It was hoped the 13th congress would have taken place for the first time in the United Kingdom, however with the continued uncertainty and travel restrictions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, ESIM, ISCRM and the organisers have taken the difficult decision to hold the congress online.

 

With more than 540 abstracts submitted for the call for abstracts and a fantastic line up of keynote speakers, the congress is brimming with the latest in Integrative Medicine. The aim is to bring together organisations and experts from multi-disciplines who share the same vision for a more holistic, patient-centred approach to healthcare and who recognise that real change occurs when people and organisations start working together. The advantage of holding the congress online is the ability to welcome speakers and delegates from across the globe.

 

Over the four days, the congress will feature senior level keynote speakers and a large number of oral presentations and posters presenting evidence-informed papers on the latest research and clinical applications of Integrative Medicine alongside an international exhibition of associations and companies providing integrative healthcare solutions.

Register here: https://www.ecimcongress.com/register

Discounted rates are available to BRA members, please contact us at bra@britreflex.co.uk for a code.