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Introduction to Evaluation Online Course

Introduction to Evaluation Online Course 7th May – 4th June 2019 Do you need to demonstrate the impact of projects in your organisation? Do you want to improve the implementation of your programmes? Are you tasked with carrying out an evaluation, but don’t know where to start? NIHR CLAHRC North […]

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Funding available for research to improve health care quality in the UK

Funding available for research to improve health care quality in the UK The Health Foundations £1.6m Insight Research Programme 2019 is now open for outline proposal applications – until 16 May 2019. They are inviting researchers to submit proposals for research that advances the development and use of data from national clinical […]

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Competitions now open – Doctoral and Advanced Fellowships

Competitions now open – Doctoral and Advanced Fellowships The NIHR Fellowships support individuals with the potential and on a trajectory to become future leaders in NIHR research. Now with increased flexibility and options to include clinical time, they support people at various points of their development from initial pre-doctoral training […]

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Quality Improvement in Practice Conference

Quality Improvement in Practice Conference – Workshop Submissions The Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI) are holding their annual Quality Improvement in Practice conference at the Royal College of Psychiatrists on 18 November this year. The day will focus on sharing successful examples of quality improvement (QI) […]

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Recruitment open for NIHR Academy Associate Dean posts

Recruitment open for NIHR Academy Associate Dean posts The NIHR Academy is recruiting two Associate Dean posts to support the existing NIHR Academy Dean with the development and delivery of the Infrastructure & Capacity Building Structures and Integrated Pathways programmes of work. Each role will focus on a dedicated programme […]

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Public committee member opportunites at the NIHR

Public committee member opportunites at the NIHR The NIHR involves patients and members of the public in the work of the advisory committees that prioritise and recommend health and social care research applications for funding. Two of the national coordinating centres, Central Commissioning Facility (CCF) and NIHR Evaluation, Trials and […]

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A toolkit for prison-university partnerships

A toolkit for prison-university partnerships The Prisoners’ Education Trust and Prison University Partnerships in Learning (PUPiL) have published a toolkit to support the continued growth and development of partnerships between prisons and universities. It shares examples of successful models – including many that use creative arts – and is designed […]

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Call for examples of arts and mental health projects

Call for examples of arts and mental health projects From 2020 onwards, the Baring Foundation will move its arts funding from arts and older people to arts and mental health as a theme, and will publish a scoping study in January to launch this. Central to writing this study will […]

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