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On the May 10, 2013 the University of Warwick will be holding IDEA Symposium 2013, a day demonstrating the benefits of close collaboration between researchers and research users, and discussing strategies to overcome the barriers to such collaborations. Speakers will reflect on key issues, tools and strategies for integrating and communicating academic, clinical and social research findings ‘on the ground’ and to a wide variety of audiences, from politicians to   Read More ...

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Patient and Carer Education Seminar The Sickle Cell Society is holding the first Patient Education Day for 2013. The event entitled “Commissioning what does it mean for me?” will look at welfare reform, discuss what commissioning will mean for patients and how the patient watchdog body HealthWatch England will work locally. To view agenda click here Date: Saturday 9th March 2013 Time: 9am Venue: Grand Connaught Room 61-65 Great Queen   Read More ...

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Harlesden Routes is a free family history programme which will run in March 2013 to support local people in taking the first steps in learning and researching their family history. We are looking for committed individuals who live, work and/ or have strong family connections with Harlesden. Participants must be willing to develop a case study based on interviews and or research of an aspect of their family history which   Read More ...

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After launching the successful website and campaign of the 100 Great Black Britons over 10 years ago where Marcy Seacole was voted the Greatest Black Briton by the public, Michael Grove, Secretary State for Education wanted to remove her from the National Curriculum along with Olaudah Equiano.

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