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Please see below for some of the latest updates within the R&D department.  

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The NHS is turning 70 this year and you are all invited to our NHS70 Tea Party!

Please click here to download the above flyer with more details on the event and who to contact to confirm a place.

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Congratulations to one of our staff members, Jazz Ruttle, who was awarded the 'Outstanding Clinical Trials Assistant' award at the recent CRN Awards. Keep up the good work!

We are now recruiting to a new phase 4 clinical trial; DigiMedS.

This study is looking at evaluating the use of a digital medicine system for a mental health population. For more information on the study and the criteria for taking part please click here.

One of our Mental Health studies, VIS, has now stopped recruiting participants. Thank you to everyone who took part.

Please follow the link below to read about the latest funding calls and other opportunities from the NIHR.

https://mailchi.mp/6d270b38ab49/latest-nihr-funding-calls-and-other-opportunities-15062018?e=d64c00b6d3

Health Education England (HEE) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) have established an overarching Integrated Clinical Academic (ICA) Programme for healthcare professionals, other than medics and dentists. This programme is intended to increase research capacity in the NHS in order to improve health and healthcare, by developing people with the potential and aspiration to become leading clinical academics and independent researchers in the future.

For more information click here to download information on the programme and the application process.

There is also a checklist that must be downloaded and completed alongside any application. This can be downloaded here.

 

The closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 2nd July 2018.

Health Education England (HEE) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) have established an overarching Integrated Clinical Academic (ICA) programme for non-medical healthcare professionals, other than medics and dentists.

The ICA programme is intended to increase research capacity in the NHS in order to improve health and healthcare, by developing people with the potential and aspiration to become leading clinical academics and independent researchers in the future.

This year (2018/2019) we have secured funding to support up to five Transitional/Bridging awards for non-medical clinical academics who:

  • Already have a Master’s degree and are looking for an opportunity to prepare for doctoral level study; or

  • Already have a doctoral degree and are looking for an opportunity to prepare for post-doctoral research and study

These awards offer the unique opportunity to develop an individualised, structured, six-twelve months development plan. With their clinical academic supervisor, successful individuals will have the opportunity to design a bespoke educational programme tailored to suit their specific needs and aspirations.

The awards can be completed on a full or part-time basis, as long as all costs remain within the maximum funding envelope of £15,000.

For more information on the award and the application process, please click here.

The closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 2nd July 2018