The inaugural BMJ Research Forum is taking place in-person in London, on Thursday 8 and Friday 9 December 22. This two-day event will facilitate collaborative learning, cross-sector knowledge sharing and connection by bringing together people from across the health and research ecosystem to improve dialogues, build relationships and spark debate.
The dynamic programme will be chaired by Kamran Abbasi, Editor-in-Chief, The BMJ, and delivered by a host of expert speakers including Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer, UK Government; Kaigham Gabriel, Chief Operating Officer, Wellcome Leap; and Adam Tickell, Vice Chancellor, University of Birmingham, UK.
Key programme themes
Presentations are complemented by our inspiring plenary speakers and panels, who will present on the themes of:
- DISCUSS: pertinent topics affecting the research ecosystem through panel discussions, lectures and inspiring keynotes
- LEARN: embedding best practice, gain and share cross-sector knowledge with peers and showcase your expertise through interactive workshops
- DO: make an impact on real change by participating in roundtable discussions and contribute to policy dialogue, white paper creation and more
- MEET: leadership and team science representatives from across the health and research ecosystem
The programme will be underpinned by ‘Driving real-world impact from health research’ and driving this agenda forward.
Register by 4 November to benefit from their early bird discount. Alternatively, as one of BMJ's selected partners those registering from HSR UK members are eligible for a 20% discount. See flyer below for details.