The Researcher, edition 4

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Useful Links Who we are? • NHS Research & Development North West • Health Education England • NIHR Trainees Coordinating Centre • Involve Thinking of a career in research? • Thinking of a career in research? Produced by NIHR, Building a research career is a helpful handbook with things to consider. • Intrigued about opportunities for all professions available as part of HEE’s Clinical Academic Career Pathway? Watch this animation to find out more. • The HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic (ICA) Programme is for non-medical healthcare professionals. • Are you wanting to take a first step into research? Find out more about HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic (ICA) Internships which offer an introduction to the world of research. • What is it like to be an NIHR trainee? Hear from various researchers on the NIHR You Tube channel or read more in this special issue of Faculty World, the magazine for NIHR people.

If you would like to write for Issue 5, we’d love to hear from you! Contact Rob Young at: Issue 5 (to be released Summer 2018) will be all about Meeting the Challenge. Please take our short survey to help make the next issue even better. The Researcher Magazine Survey We hope you enjoyed reading the fourth edition of The Researcher magazine. We’d love to hear your opinions.

‘Meeting the Challenge ’ Thank You to everyone who helped make this magazine possible: NHS R&D NW, HEE, NIHR, the editors, contributors, designers, administrators and readers.

Research Funding: • Need Funding? There is a wealth of other research funding opportunities available through NIHR. Find out more on the NIHR website . • Need some help with your research funding application? Contact the NIHR Research Design Service (RDS) which has advisers based across England offering confidential and free advice to help improve your application. Mentoring: Find out more about mentoring opportunities provided as part of the HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme. The Academy of Medical Sciences offer a mentoring scheme, see their website for further information.


Patient and Public Involvement (PPI):

INVOLVE is funded by the NIHR to support public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research. It’s website contains information and resources which will be helpful as you develop and undertake your research.

Why not take a look at this PPI handbook for researchers developed by the RDS.


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