Evidence Synthesis Programme (ESP) is seeking to appoint a member to the Evidence Synthesis Programme Advisory Group (ESPAG).
Experienced representative from the NHS with a good understanding of evidence synthesis (Ref - ESP/21/02)
The Evidence Synthesis Programme (ESP) is seeking to appoint a member to the Evidence Synthesis Programme Advisory Group (ESPAG).
The NIHR is seeking to appoint new members to serve on Programme Grants for Applied Research sub-committees that consider researcher-led proposals to the programme.
Surgeons (Ref - HTAFC/21/07)
The Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Programme is seeking to appoint members to its funding committees.
This opportunity is for Surgeons.
We have several roles for surgeons, one of which would particularly suit an orthopaedic surgeon.
HTA funding committees assess the scientific merit of research proposals submitted to both the commissioned and researcher-led workstreams, including themed calls and evidence synthesis proposals, and makes funding recommendations to the Programme Oversight Committee.
Applicants should have previous experience at a senior level within their area of expertise and have a significant record of research and publication, and/or extensive senior management or clinical experience within the NHS. Applicants should also have previous experience with the HTA Programme, for example through reviewing applications or as a member of a prioritisation committee.
We particularly welcome applications from people with expertise in current NIHR priority areas and those areas that are likely to become priorities for the NHS due to the changing population structure.
The term of office is 4 years starting in late 2021/2022. The committees meet three times a year, usually on a Tuesday and Wednesday; the schedule depends on the particular Funding Committee as follows:
Commissioning Committee: January, May & September
CET & General Committees: March, July & November
All meetings are currently being held remotely. When face-to-face meetings resume these will be held in London; travel and expenses will be paid.
NIHR is committed to a supportive, inclusive, caring, and positive community. We warmly welcome those of different cultures, ages, ethnicities, and beliefs. Diversity and inclusion are fundamental to our values and vital to our success. We are currently looking to diversify and enrich our committees. We particularly welcome applications from disabled candidates and candidates from an ethnic minority background as they are currently under-represented.
We strive to host inclusive and accessible events that enable all individuals to engage fully. We will do everything we can to meet individual committee member’s needs. To make a request or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact Kathy Tier at Kathy.Tier@nihr.ac.uk.
You will find advice on how to apply in the guidance document linked below:
The application close date for this role has been extended until midnight on Friday 30th July 2021.