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We've lots to share with you in this May email including the link to book for the final CHSE Staff Development workshop of the cycle and a call for abstracts, posters and 'show & tell' for the CHSE Conference 2020. We'd love for you to take part! Please see below for a little more information:

Writing for Publication
Tuesday 21st May, 12 noon - 2 pm
This session is aimed at anyone who would like to publish in the scholarship of teaching and learning for the health sciences.This workshop will help you to:
  • Identify outlets for your education scholarship
  • Structure your writing to fit your chosen outlet
  • Get started on writing
With -  Dr Ellayne Fowler

Book your places now through the links provided for the event or by visiting the CHSE website events page. (Places are free but booking is required for space management). Staff are welcome to bring their own cold food for lunch and tea/ coffee will be provided.  CPD attendance certificates can also be provided for the sessions. You can view information about events that have been previously run in Blackboard as we build up a library of material relevant to education in the Faculty of Health Sciences.


Theme: Educational Research in Health Sciences
Call for abstracts, posters and 'Show & Tell'

Date: March 20th 2020, Engineers House

The landscape of Higher Education in England is undergoing significant change and the need to truly focus on delivering a high-quality student experience is greater than ever. This requires our academics to continually evaluate and enhance the quality of our educational offerings to an increasingly diverse student body in health sciences. To that end we are offering the opportunity for novice and experienced presenters and researchers alike, to come and present their research and teaching innovations within the field of health sciences education.

This will be a wonderful opportunity to present your work in a safe, friendly and welcoming environment. There will be other like-minded researchers, both new and very experienced and will offer the chance for everyone to gain support, feedback and research collaboration opportunities. Please click on the link to the abstract submission below or follow the QR code to join in.

We hope to see you there.
Creative Reactions Bristol explores the relationships between science and art. With 50 artists and 50 scientists from across the University collaborating on works from sculptures and wood carvings to canvas, digital and performance art, this years exhibition runs across two venues; Northstreet Gallery from from Thursday 2nd May to Sunday 19th May, and The Island from Monday 20th May to Saturday 1st June. Join us for our launch at Northstreet Gallery

Alongside the exhibition, a series of free events will take place that complement the artworks and science on display; events will range from talks with artists and scientists, workshops for schools and adults such as an evening with Rising Ape. Please follow our Facebook page for more information about these events.

Northstreet Gallery - Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm
The Island - Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm

Northstreet Gallery - Thursday 2nd May to Sunday 19th May
The Island - Monday 20th May to Saturday 1st June

Northstreet Gallery
Website -
Address - 135 North Street, Southville, Bristol, BS3 1EY
Accessibility - The gallery space is on the ground floor with a small door step from the street into the gallery.

The Island
Website -
Address - The Gallery Space, Bridewell Street Entrance, 1st Floor, Bristol BS1 2LE
Accessibility - There is a set of stairs leading to the Gallery space and we regret to inform you that the 1st-floor space areas are not accessible to wheelchair users.
Attending the monthly CHSE workshops will earn you a CPD Certificate of Attendance. These certificates are recognised by the Royal College of Physicians and are also suitable for dentists, vets and others as evidence of CPD.