Manchester Clinical Research Facility would like to invite people to come and celebrate the ‘What Research Means to Me’ photography competition exhibition and awards 2018 at 6.30pm Monday 19th November 2018.

Health research often starts from the need to improve peoples’ wellbeing – by finding a cure for an illness, or a way to improve a condition or treatment.

As part of the NHS at 70 celebrations the NIHR Manchester Clinical Research Facility is asking people to share their photographs showing what clinical research means to them and they want to share the images submitted.

The informal night will celebrate and showcase the shortlisted entries from the photography competition. It’s a chance for you to grab a cup of tea and cake and enjoy the images and learn about the ways people’s lives have been touched by health research and the treatments that they produce.

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It’s not too late to enter!

The winning entry will receive £300 and a framed print of their image. Winning photo’s will be displayed at the Manchester Clinical Research Facility.

For information on how to enter please follow the link below:

The closing date for entries is 9th November 2018. Entries submitted after this point will not be accepted. The winners will be announced on the 15th November 2018.

‘What Research Means to Me’ photography competition exhibition and awards