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7th Aug 2018

Nurse, Midwife and Allied Health Professional Research Fellowships

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Nurse, Midwife and Allied Health Professional Research Fellowships for Staff Intending to Apply for PhD and Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship Awards

University College London NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) invites applications for clinical research fellowships from Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals (NMAHP) at UCLH who are intending to apply for funded PhD and Post-Doctoral Fellowship Awards.

The fellowships will provide part-time salary support (0.4WTE) and a consumable allowance for 6-12 months to provide the time to develop a competitive application for doctoral or post-doctoral research fellowship, for submission to the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Integrated Clinical Academic Programme for non-medical healthcare professions or equivalent charity or research council. The scheme will also provide you with research supervision, mentorship and peer support.

It is expected that successful candidates for 2018 will apply for nationally competitive research fellowships in 2019.

Please note: Application forms are different for doctoral and post-doctoral applications so please apply using the correct form

Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals interested in applying to the scheme should email a completed application form together with a covering letter, to Dr Rachel Taylor by 12.00 noon on 31st August 2018. Approval from the applicant's line manager is essential as is support from your supervisor for doctoral applications. The interviews will be held on the 10th September 2018.

Further information
For information about the NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme for non-medical healthcare professions, see: https:www.nihr.ac.uk/funding-and-support/funding-for-training-and-career-development/training-programmes/nihr-hee-ica-programme/

Informal enquiries:
Dr Rachel Taylor, Director of the Centre for Nurse, Midwife and Allied Health Profession Led Research: rtaylor13@nhs.net


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