In the K2 editorial last week Roland informed that he will leave the position as vice chair for research at the institute. He has had the position since K2 was established three years ago. Roland has done a great job to promote research within the institute. He has also done a significant effort to put focus on working groups with relevance for PhD training and also on supervisor training, both nationally and at an international level. Roland has also contributed significantly to the integration of the various parts of the four old institutes into one. Well done Roland!
The new vice chair for research is Helge Ræder. He is a professor within Pål’s research group, and holds a BFS grant. I am sure that he will follow up the good work started by Roland to promote research at K2.
On Monday 25th January at 1200 we will hold a memorial gathering for colleagues to come together and remember Helga. We will also have a condolence book available for colleagues who wish to pay their respects.
Location: room 8.1, 8th Floor lab building
22Welcome to the network conference in evidence-based practice 5 -6 April 2016!
This year we welcome you to the University College’s new and beautiful Campus Kronstad.
We invite you to two eventful days of exciting lectures, workshops and poster exhibitions. As usual we focus on the implementation of evidence-based practice in practice and education.
Here are some of the topics:
* Implementing the Patient Safety Programme
* User participation
* Evidence based research
* Implementation of guidelines
* Knowledge Translation
* National guidelines Continue reading
Service centre for international mobillity invites to introduction seminar for new employees 5 February,
The introductory seminar covers mutual prerequisites and expectations, equal opportunities, HR policy and HSE, among other things. The labour unions and various welfare offerings will also be presented.
Registration within 2 February.
More information here.
Metabolic and Mechanical Function of the Heart (MBI-8004)
This is a specialized course that may be relevant for several PhD students at UiB. Travel and subsistence are covered for PhD students who are members of NORHEART. Everyone doing cardiovascular research are welcomed in NORHEART, membership is free (www.norheart.no). For more information and registration, see here.