Doncaster Festival of Research

Four day festival showcasing high quality health and wellbeing research within Doncaster and to encourage knowledge sharing.

Doncaster Festival of Research

Running from 17 – 20 October, the Doncaster Health and Well Being Board are holding the inaugural Doncaster Festival of Research, a FREE initiative set to showcase the high quality of health-related research taking place in Doncaster.

Opening Event

The keynote event on 17 October focuses on the work of Professor Steve Peters best selling author of the Chimp Paradox, a programme designed to help people achieve success, confidence and happiness and members of the public are invited to attend. It kicks off a week-long series of events designed to showcase Doncaster’s existing research and innovation and to demonstrate its potential for more research in an effort to positively impact the health and wellbeing of local residents.

  • Due to high demand the opening event is now fully booked.

Festival Fringe Events

The wider festival aims to encourage knowledge sharing and shed light on the research process by explaining why and how researchers carry out their work and what they do with the knowledge it creates, in keeping with the festival theme there will be a number of fringe events held across Doncaster. 
NB. This is a partnership event involving RDaSH and Doncaster Council.
Last updated: 17 October 2017 11:02:02