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 Liz Harmer-Griebel

Liz Harmer-Griebel

Research Support Manager

School of Healthcare Sciences

Email
harmerl@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 (0)29 206 88560
Campuses
13.13, 13th Floor, Eastgate House, 35-43 Newport Road, Cardiff CF24 0AB
I provide support for the school's research activities, disseminating opportunities for research funding, advising on processes, financial considerations, supporting the preparation of CAP forms, proposals and applications for funds, supporting the management of projects awarded, assisting with the drafting of research related reports and policy documents, supporting and maintaining the School's Internal Peer Review process and assisting with the preparation of data for the School's  Research Excellence Framework submission.

I co-ordinate the School's Research Ethics Procedures in conjunction with the School's Research Ethics Officer. I am Secretary to the Schools Research Ethics Committee which includes processing all ethics applications, maintaining associated records, providing feedback to researchers, and administering the monthly committee meetings.

I provide administrative support to Directors of Postgraduate Research with regard to PGR enquiries; PGR admissions; PGR enrolment; PGR monitoring; PGR submissions; arranging Viva Voce Exams for research degrees. Taking lead responsibility for obtaining and analysing Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) results for dissemination, working with academics to develop an action plan and applying a system to monitor improvements.

I was  a co-applicant on the Tenovus Funded Project "The Cancer Survivor Voice: messages for education and practice, an evaluated co-production for Wales"

The project aims to develop a postgraduate course to improve education for qualified healthcare professionals (HCPs) to enable them to meet the physical, practical and emotional needs of people living with and beyond cancer diagnosis and curative treatment.

I also served on the Project's Steering Group.

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