Webinar – Training and Career Development Opportunities for Pharmacy Professionals

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Webinar – Training and Career Development Opportunities for Pharmacy Professionals

Thursday 27 April

The NIHR is the UK’s major funder of applied health research. The NIHR develops and supports the people who conduct and contribute to health research and equally supports the training of the next generation of health researchers. NIHR training programmes provide a unique opportunity for all professionals to improve the health of patients in their care through research.

Training and career development awards from the NIHR range from undergraduate level through to opportunities for established investigators and research leaders. They are open to a wide range of professions and designed to suit different working arrangements and career pathways and offer full support for dedicated research and clinical development.

This is a special one-hour webinar specifically for pharmacy professionals who would like to find out more about the opportunities available from the NIHR to pursue a career in clinical and health service research research.

This webinar covers:

  • An overview of the funding opportunities available from the NIHR for pharmacy professionals to pursue a clinical academic career
  • Details about the HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme (for non-medical professions) and the NIHR Fellowships Programme – including advice and guidance on applying
  • An overview of the funding support available from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (around clinical academic careers and research in professional development) and recognition of research excellence in the profession
  • A live Q&A session

The webinar is presented by Dr Mal Palin, Senior Programme Manager at the NIHR Trainees Coordinating Centre and Dr Mahendra Patel, Board Member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and Pharmacy Research Champion at NIHR Clinical Research Network: Yorkshire and Humber.

The link to sign up for the webinar is here.

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