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Collaborative Learning Events

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Why are they important?

A collaborative approach to learning emphasises the role social interaction plays in effective learning. Learning when seen as a social phenomenon (delivered through interactions and experience rather than didactic teaching), rather than an individual one, allows better understanding of a range of perspectives on real world problems experienced by practitioners.

Who will benefit?

Our events are open to all healthcare professionals, carers, patients, academics, third sector and industry partners in northwest London, interested in population health, translating evidence into practice and achieving improvements in health behaviours. CPD credits are available for those who attend. 

What's involved?

The events showcase projects and work done by the seven research themes in NIHR ARC NWL and allow networking and collaborative learning through a series of workshops, plenary and innovative interactive sessions.

When does thet happen?

Our Collaborative Learning Events are held twice a year. 

The next event will be held on Thursday 14 November 2024, visit our Events Page for more information and to book your place.

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