Events

Our searchable listing of Vitae courses and events plus other events that might interest our communities.

Also in this section: presentations, reports and other outcomes from past events.

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Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference 2015
8-9 September 2015

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference 2015

Read more about our range of sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available at the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference 2015

Connections event: Supporting Open Researchers
Tuesday 1 December 2015

Connections event: Supporting Open Researchers

This event will look at the practical implications for researcher developers of providing appropriate professional development and support to ‘open researchers’, in light of changing expectations.

Times Higher Education Awards 2015
26 November 2015

Times Higher Education Awards 2015

Vitae is sponsoring the awards in the category: Outstanding Support for Early Career Researchers, given to the individual, team or institution that has developed the most innovative or exemplary scheme to enhance and develop the professional and career development of doctoral researchers and research staff... Find out more...

Forthcoming events


Vitae Researcher Development International Conference 2015

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The established annual Vitae Researcher Development International Conference is the largest dedicated event that brings together all those with a strategic and practical role in developing researchers.


MedComms free careers day

Are you interested in a career in medical communications? Meet with a number of medical communications professionals for a highly engaging session which presents medical writing and account management in MedComms as attractive career options.


Vitae Connections: Supporting Open Researchers

Researchers are under increasing pressure to be more ‘open’ in their research, such as open access publication, open data, and having a social media presence. This event will look at the practical implications for researcher developers of providing appropriate professional development and support to ‘open researchers’, in light of changing expectations. Factors such as the requirements of funding bodies and the REF will also be considered.