EPIC-Norfolk: Public Events
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|Future EPIC Events|
|March 2017||Come and Meet the EPIC Researchers Event at University of Cambridge Science Festival||info and how to book free tickets|
|Past EPIC Events|
|Sept 2016||Wymondham Surgery Patient Group||info|
|Sept 2016||'The RING'- Hethersett Village Hall||info|
|May 2015||Maids Head||info|
|March 2015||Big C Volunteers Training Day||info|
|March 2015||Cambridge Science Festival in the classroom
- 14th March at the Cambridge Corn Exchange
- 22nd March at the Clinical School, Cambridge Biomedical Campus
|March 2015||A free evening presentation to be given by EPIC Principal Investigator Professor Kay-Tee Khaw, titled 'Vitamin D: to D or not to D?'||info as well as how to book free tickets|
|Nov 2014||Wroxham and District University of the Third Age||info|
|Nov 2014||Watton Society||info|
|Sept 2014||Research Event: 'Reach out to Research with NCH&C NHS Trust'||info|
|May 2014||Old Buckenham Social and Wine Circle||info|
|April 2014||Watton Ladies Group||info|
|March 2014||Rocklands Ladies Group||info|
|Feb 2014||Attleborough and District Probus Club||info|
|Jan 2014||Diss Waveney Probus Club||info|
|July 2013||Briston Wives' Group||info|
|May 2013||Fellowship Meeting - Alpington - General Talk||info|
|Mar 2013||EPIC at the Cambridge Science Festival 2013||see below|
|Feb 2013||Ladies Group - Alpington - General Talk||info|
|Oct 2012||Ladies Group - Weybread, Suffolk - General Talk||info|
|July 2012||PPIRes - update talk on participant involvement in EPIC research planning and activities||info|
|Apr 2012||Harleston Ladies Evening Group - General Talk||info|
|Mar 2012||General Talk - Framlingham Earl||info|
|Mar 17-18||EPIC at the Cambridge Science Festival 2012||see below|
|Feb 2012||General Talk - The Tuesday Group||info|
|Feb 2012||General Talk - Easton WI||info|
|Nov 2011||General Talk - Poringland Wives Group||info|
|Oct 2011||WI Thorpe End||info|
|Oct 2011||General Talk - WI, Barford||info|
|Sep 2011||Women's Group - Old Catton||info|
|Aug 2011||EPIC-Norfolk, The Nutrition Games - The Forum, Norfolk||see below|
|Jun 2011||General Public - Women's Wednesday Group, Eaton Park||info|
|May 2011||Stand NHS Norfolk||info | pics|
|Apr 2011||General Public - Coronation Hall, Hellesden||info|
|Apr 2011||General Public - Cardioactives, Norwich||info|
of Cambridge Science Festival||see below|
|Mar 2011||Salvation Army Ladies Fellowship - Norwich||info|
|Feb 2011||'Mancroft Mardlers' - Norwich||info|
|Jan 2011||Old Buckenham WI||info|
|Oct 2010||National Osteoporosis
Society Support Group (talk),
Methodist Church, Aylsham Road, Norwich
General talk with emphasis on bone
|Oct 2010||Forum Fun - The Forum, Norwich||see below|
|May 2010||Norwich 050 Friendship Centre (talk)||info|
|May 2010||Norfolk Arthritis Register (NOAR) Symposium||see below|
|May 2010||ME Support Group (talk)||info|
|April 2010||Trefoil Guild, Acle (talk)||info|
|13 Mar 2010||Cambridge Science Festival 2010 - Biology Zone||see below|
|19 Jan 2010||St. Peter Mancroft Church Chantry Club (talk)||info|
|15 Dec 2009||Patient and Public Involvement in Research||see below|
|18 Nov 2009||Dementia and Palliative Care Conference, Norwich||info | pics|
|15 Oct 2009||Broadland's Older People Partnership (talk)||info|
|05 Aug 2009||Dementia Focus Group, Norwich||see below|
|13 Jun 2009||Cambridge Town, Gown and Country Show||see below|
|18 May 2009||Wroxham and Hoveton Rotary Club (talk)||info|
|14 Mar 2009||Cambridge Science Festival 2009||info | pics|
|2006||Participants Meeting, St. Andrew's Hall, Norwich||info | pics|
|Information about general talks|
Many of these general talks explain how the EPIC study has evolved and ends with a few of the main results to come out of the study so far. The audiences are made up of local people, some of whom may have been taking part in the study as participants, some who may have links with the study via the medical profession such as GPs and Practice Managers, and others who may not have heard of EPIC beforehand and who leave with a wider understanding of the research being carried out.
|Cambridge Science Festival 2013|
The EPIC generation game: become part of the bigger picture
Pit yourself against the grown ups or work together in the EPIC generation game. Throw yourself into fruit attack, play the pairs game, do the dish dash and become part of our giant population picture. That, and try and win the cuddly toy of course!
|Cambridge Science Festival 2012|
Saturday 17th March 10.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday 18th March 11.00am - 3.00pm
The EPIC bone of contention: how to grow up healthily
Play your cards right, balance the leaning tower of health, enjoy a 'trolley dash' through the EPIC supermarket AND tackle our frenetic fluency game, all whilst learning about the vital role that specific vitamins and minerals play in healthy development.
Old Examination Hall Free School Lane
|EPIC-Norfolk, The Nutrition Games - The Forum, Norwich|
Saturday, 20 August 2011
The Atrium 9am – 5pm
A study looking at the links between diet, lifestyle and health – the nutrition games. Come and meet the study team to play your nutritional cards right; balance the leaning tower of pizza; and enjoy a ‘trolley dash’ through the EPIC supermarket, all whilst learning about the vital role that specific vitamins and minerals play in our daily lives.
For more information: http://www.theforumnorwich.co.uk/events/view/epic-norfolk/20-08-2011
|Stand NHS Norfolk|
EPIC and promoting research projects in Norfolk on International Clinical Trails Day.
|Cambridge Science Festival 2011|
Adults and Children of all ages
EPIC mayhem: the nutrition games - in the Biology Zone, New Museums Site, Cambridge
Play your nutritional cards right; balance the leaning tower of pizza; and enjoy a 'trolley dash' through the EPIC supermarket, all whilst learning about the vital role that specific vitamins and minerals play in our daily life.
|Forum Fun 2010 - The Forum, Norwich|
Adults and children of all ages
EPIC repeated the stall used at the Cambridge Science Festival in March 2010 to bring our research to a Norwich audience. Visitors were encouraged to compete in 'The great gut race'. Visitors could also test their food knowledge, strength and see how quickly they could squeeze a fruit through the life-size model of a human gut in the EPIC/CNC Challenge 2010!
|Norfolk Arthritis Register (NOAR) Symposium|
EPIC will be hosting an information stand at the symposium.
|Cambridge Science Festival 2010|
EPIC had a stall at the Cambridge Science Festival in the Biology Zone (New Museums Site, Arts School, Large Exam Hall) on 13th March 2010. Visitors were encouraged to compete in 'The great gut race'. Visitors could also test their food knowledge, strength and see how quickly they could squeeze a fruit through the life-size model of a human gut in the EPIC/CNC Challenge 2010! For more information about the Cambridge Science Festival please go to: www.cambridgescience.org
For pictures and information from EPIC's participation in 2009 click here.
|Patient and Public Involvement in Research (PPIRes)|
PPIRes is a volunteer panel of lay members from a wide range of backgrounds who are trained in the basics of research and are willing to give their time to assist researchers in gaining a users perspective on their work. The panel is hosted by Norfolk Primary Care Trust on behalf of the East Norfolk & Waveney Research Consortium.
Panel members could be involved in reading and amending materials intended for the public such as information sheets and consent forms, advising on study design and questionnaires, debating ethical and governance issues, promoting lay interpretation and dissemination of information.
Shabina Hayat, Nichola Dalzell and Mark Francis (EPIC Research Nurse) were in attendance at this event. A talk was given covering the EPIC activities to date and some of the results to come out of the study so far. There was also the opportunity for panel members to ask questions surrounding our activities. We were also able to gain some feedback from panel members regarding our future public involvement plans.
|Dementia and Palliative Care Conference, Norwich|
Poster presentation and stall on cognitive and ageing research activities dementia patients, carers, medical professionals and commercial company representatives.
A short video of the 3rd Health Check appointment was compiled for this and projected in order to show people a little of what is involved.
|Dementia Focus Group, Norwich|
Presentation on EPIC-Norfolk research into cognition, audience of dementia patients, carers and professionals.
|Cambridge Town, Gown and Country Show|
Fun activities for adults and children of all ages.
EPIC held a 'strongman' style grip strength activity, highlighting the importance of physical function and maintaining it in later life. Well-known 'strong' characters King-Kong, Princes Leia and Superwoman helped people to take part. The aim was to show people that science can be fun and that physical activity is important.
|Cambridge Science Festival 2009|
EPIC held a stall in the Biology Zone encouraging children and young people to take part in activities relating to the current health check. These focused on cognition and physical performance and healthy ageing.
Interactive activities were particularly popular, including ‘test your memory’ using CANTAB and ‘test your strength’ using grip strength.
Stickers and pencils were given out with the EPIC website as well as leaflets with key findings and general information about the study.
|Participants Meeting, St. Andrew's Hall, Norwich|
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