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|NIHR Leadership Programme for Trainees||24/05/2013|
The NIHR Leadership Programme for Trainees has been specifically designed for NIHR Trainees to explore management and leadership in health research at four levels:
• Individual – what does it mean for me personally?
• Team – what does it mean for me and my team?
• Institution – what is my role and impact in relation to my institution?
• System – how do I understand my part in the NIHR and UK research context?
Places on the programme are fully funded by the NIHR.
The closing date for applications is 24 May 2013.
|NIHR Clinical Lectureships 2013 ||31/03/2014|
The NIHR Clinical Lectureships (CLs) are specialty-training posts that incorporate academic training. CLs are open to doctors and dentists who already hold a PhD and or equivalent and show outstanding potential for continuing a career in academic medicine. The duration of a CL is for a maximum of 4 years or until CCT is reached, whichever is sooner. Alongside clinical training, CLs are able to develop their academic skills and are encouraged to apply for funding to support further postdoctoral or educational training.
Recruitment is undertaken locally by University/Postgraduate Deanery partnerships. The 2013 recruitment round is now open and will end on 31 March 2014.
|NIHR Clinical Lectureships|
|NIHR Clinician Scientist 2013 competition||10/07/2013|
The NIHR Clinician Scientist scheme offers up to 5 years funding to undertake focussed training and development in order to develop specific skills that will enable a transition from basic research into clinical research or from clinical research into translational and applied research.
|NIHR Clinician Scientist 2013|
|NIHR/HEE CAT Clinical Lectureship competition round 4||31/07/2013|
The NIHR/HEE CAT Clinical Lectureship (CL) scheme represents the early post-doctoral element of the CAT Programme. Applicants require support from both an English NHS/healthcare organisation and an English higher education institution, and should propose to divide their time equally between their clinical and academic commitments. A Clinical Lectureship should enable the award holder to make a significant contribution to clinical practice whilst supporting their development as a potential clinical academic leader.
|NIHR/HEE CAT Clinical Lectureship|
|NIHR/HEE CAT Senior Clinical Lectureship competition round 4 ||31/07/2013|
The CAT SCL scheme represents the most senior level of the NIHR/HEE CAT career pathway. SCL awards are intended to support outstanding individuals who are currently independent researchers and can demonstrate the potential to become academic and research leaders within 5 years. Applicants require support from both an English NHS/healthcare organisation and an English higher education institution, and should propose to divide their time equally between their clinical and academic commitments. A CAT SCL is expected to enhance existing career opportunities for both the award holder and others in health related research, and to support the development of collaborative partnerships within and between HEIs and the NHS.
|NIHR/HEE CAT Senior Clinical Lectureship|