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Join our upcoming DPhil Forum, for current or aspiring DPhil Students at the University of Oxford who are involved in Implementation Science and Health Systems Research. Come and learn from current DPhil students. This event primarily targets DPhil Students but is also open to MSc Students and other research staff, both in Oxford and in our overseas Africa and Asia Programmes.

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Join us for cross-departmental DPhil presentations on Monday 10th July 8:30am - 5pm, at the Pharmacology seminar room (Pharmacology Building, University of Oxford, Mansfield Road, OX1 3QT).

Our themes:

  • The use of secondary data
  • Conceptual frameworks
  • Policy advocacy / Ethics
  • Fielwork challenges


  • Keynote speakers Prof. Tim Colbourn and Dr. Nehla Djellouli from UCL on network of care
  • 13 DPhil student presentations focusing on experiences using secondary data, policy and advocacy and ethics, conceptual framework and fieldwork challenges
  • Presentations from MedSci Research Funding team and NIHR Research Design Service on funding opportunities in implementation science and health systems research
  • Panel discussions with Tata Chandturidze (Oxford Policy and Management), Reshania Naido (EY), Ryan Walker (TGHN), and more academic and industry experts on career trajectories after a DPhil, chaired by Chris Jeff (Oxford Career Service)

We strongly recommend in-person participation with lunch provided, online participation is also available however we might not be able to cater for online Q&A activities and you would only be able to listen in.