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The NIHR I Am Research Campaign

The NIHR I Am Research Campaign Every year, the NIHR promotes International Clinical Trials Day on 20 May. This is a special day to celebrate clinical research all over the world, and highlight the important impact research has had on medicine to date. For the NIHR, International Clinical Trials Day […]

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‘Q’INITIATIVE

‘Q’INITIATIVE Q is currently open for applications in the East of England. The Eastern AHSN process is now live The initiative It is led by the Health Foundation and supported and co-funded by NHS Improvement. In NHS England Q is recruited and delivered regionally by the AHSN’s. Eastern AHSN, has […]

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Leadership for Healthcare Improvement and Innovation – Online Course

Leadership for Healthcare Improvement and Innovation Online Course Starts 22 May 2017 This free online course will explore how leadership can influence strategic outcomes in healthcare organisations. Spanning six weeks, this course will explore how leadership can influence strategic outcomes in healthcare organisations in a global context. This course is aimed […]

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Register your interest for a CLAHRC training and career development funding ‘Boot Camp’

Register your interest for a CLAHRC training and career development funding ‘Boot Camp’ Are you looking to apply to NIHR for training and career development grant funding? Would you be interested in attending a training and career development funding ‘Boot Camp’ to support you with the application process? Following the […]

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NIHR lets Get Digital Competition

NIHR lets Get Digital Competition The NIHR Let’s Get Digital Competition is now open! Closing Date for Entries Friday 30 June 2017 The competition is designed to recognise those people involved in NIHR research using video, photography, websites, infographics and online communities to promote research – and at the same time encourage more people to do so. The […]

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Now open: applications for the second Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Impact & Public Engagement with Research

Now open: applications for the second Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Impact & Public Engagement with Research Deadline 21 April 2017 Has your research led to excellent impact beyond academia? This Award recognises those whose research has impacted the economy, society, culture, public policy or services, health, the environment or quality of […]

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MQ: Transforming mental health Fellows Award

MQ: Transforming mental health Fellows Award Funding amount: £225,000 The Fellows Award supports the best and brightest early career scientists and clinicians as they establish their independence. We support researchers, from all disciplines, around the world who are asking challenging questions that will contribute to transformative advances in mental health […]

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Latest Themed Reviews, Highlights and Signals from NIHR – includes stroke recovery and care options for depression

Bringing you the latest from the NIHR Dissemination Centre, March 2017    Themed Reviews give an overarching view of published and ongoing NIHR research on a particular health care theme. “Roads to Recovery”: themed review of NIHR research on the organisation and quality of stroke services. Highlights explore the research evidence around […]

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‘Public Satisfaction with the NHS and Social Care in 2016’ – latest report from the King’s Fund

Public Satisfaction with the NHS and Social Care in 2016: Results and Trends from the British Social Attitudes Survey  Author: Mary Newton Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) are proposals developed by the NHS and local councils to make improvements to health and social care. STPs are place-based and built around the needs […]

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WANT TO INCREASE THE IMPACT OF YOUR RESEARCH?

WANT TO INCREASE THE IMPACT OF YOUR RESEARCH? Apply now for the Royal Society’s pairing scheme Deadline 3rd April Each year the Royal Society’s pairing scheme pairs 30 research scientists with UK parliamentarians and civil servants. By spending time together in Westminster and the researcher’s workplace, participants learn about each […]

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