Congratulations to Purba Bhattacharjee, Katie Fielding, Katie Gray, Victoria Jansen, Rachel Keetley, Nick Firth, Sian Wood, recipients of the 2017/18 Silver Scholar Awards.
Health Education England (HEE)/NIHR are excited to offer up to 5 East Midlands and 6 East of England places to join the Clinical Scholar Silver Award in 2018/19 for NHS Nurses, Midwives, Allied Health Professionals, Chiropractors, Clinical Psychologists, Healthcare Scientists, Health Visitors, Operating Department Practitioners, Optometrist and Dispensing Opticians, Osteopaths, Pharmacy Professions, Non-Medical Public Health Specialty Trainees, Specialists and Consultants and Wider Dental Team Professions, registered in the East Midlands and the East of England, to join the final Clinical Scholar Silver Awards 2018-19. This is the last opportunity to apply for these awards which are being replaced with the HEE/NIHR Pre-doctoral Clinical Academic Fellowships scheme.
Eligible professions and regulators
Lisa is an occupational therapist was a Health Education England (East Midlands) Clinical Academic Bronze award holder who has gone on to secure her PhD studies at the University of Nottingham.
Victoria, occupational therapist
Claire, oncology nurse
Applications are invited from clinicians in the East Midlands area (Lincoln, Leicester, Northampton, Derby and Nottingham) and East of England (Bedford, Cambridge, Chemlsford, Ipswich, Luton, Norwich and Peterborough) who have completed a master degree or equivalent postgraduate qualification and are looking to further develop their clinical academic.
This programme will provide the opportunity to prepare a PhD proposal in order to take the next step on the individuals’ clinical academic career journey.
(Those without a masters degree might be interested in the Bronze Award, managed by Lincoln University.)
As a Clinical Scholar Silver Award holder, you will:
As a Silver Scholar at Nottingham, you will be working alongside our clinical PhD students in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Rehabilitation and Healthcare Research (CDT-RHR) and mentored by leading academics in East Midlands to develop your PhD proposal and apply for PhD funding.
The University of Nottingham is pleased to host a comprehensive Clinical Academic Training Pathway for non-medical health care professionals hoping to pursue a clinical academic career – no matter what stage in your career!
We host the Health Education England (East Midlands) Clinical Scholar Silver awards and the Centre for Doctoral Training in Rehabilitation and Healthcare Research and together with CLAHRC-EM host the Gold awards and we can support you in applying for HEE/NIHR pre-doctoral, post-doctoral and career development fellowships.
To discuss these opportunities please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or visit the Centre for Doctoral Training in Rehabilitation and Healthcare Research.
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